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It is perhaps fitting that one of the saddest years in music should have offered such an inspiring mix of new releases. We may have heard the final notes from Baby Boomer heroes David Bowie, Leonard Cohen and Prince but outstanding new releases from old favourites Radiohead, Nick Cave and The Rolling Stones prove rock never loses its ability to regenerate. Given the headlines that have dominated — think politics, climate change, terrorism, sexism and an international refugee crisis — it is not surprising that there is a distinctly serious tone amid this year's best releases. In a great year for new Australian bands, Melbourne's Camp Cope stood out with a self-titled album that tackles some weighty issues — homelessness, grief, anxiety, and perhaps most importantly, the everyday sexism that women face.

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