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Though, of course, the figure who looms largest over the whole enterprise is Steinfeld’s friend Taylor Swift.
(Though don’t you always kinda want to put “friend” in scare quotes when the next phrase is “Taylor Swift”?
And let’s not forget the latest entry into the canon, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce’s power-duet “Feeling Myself,” which pulls off its unapologetic raunch with such gusto, humor, and precision that it becomes a kind of manifesto.
At least two of our aforementioned mysteries here remain unsolved: “Huh? “Rock Bottom” is a propulsive but forgettable 1989-indebted power ballad about a troubled relationship; the sassy, Charli XCX–esque “You’re Such A” brings a welcome dash of honest-to-goodness ’tude (“See you smoking those electric cigarettes, are you joking? It is sort of a version of SATC, but it's not totally, because it's about Hollywood. I never watched it when it was on originally on Movie Central because I thought it was another "Sex and the City" rip-off, only Canadian, and I wasn't the hugest fan of SATC to begin with..I turned it on the other day on Showcase (where it reruns the same 6 episodes ad-nauseum...please get the second season) and on Movie Central, and I was pleasantly surprised.Steinfeld is a perfectly competent blank slate, which makes this EP a pure time capsule of Pop Music Trends in 2015.There’s definitely a post-Lorde streak of (carefully studied, if not deeply felt) defiance here, along with a subtle nod to the alt-pop sensibility of self-styled rebels like Halsey, Charli, and Tove Lo.