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If you go down to the woods today, you're sure for a… well, if not entirely 'big', at least a diverting surprise.
While 'In The Forest of the Night' isn't likely to go down in classic Who history, it was at least a refreshing tonal shift from the season's predominately dark, gloomy and morally disruptive undercurrent thus far.
And while 'The Robot of Sherwood' swung a little too violently towards 'Slapstick LOLZ' banality, this week's eco-themed fantasy was more successful thanks to a blend of lighter storytelling shades with more mature emotional beats.
Hype for Taylor Swift's 1989 has built over two months of pre-release singles, television appearances, and online chatter. The Nashville-bred singer had said the record represented her coming-out as a full-fledged pop—not country—artist, and on Friday, it leaked online days ahead of its planned October 27 release. Below, The Atlantic's Julie Beck, Emma Green, Lenika Cruz, and Kevin O'Keeffe discuss first impressions, what tracks stand out, and what the album means for Taylor Swift the pop star.