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Ada Lea:one hand on the steering wheel the other sewing a garden Album Review

By Shack Khoza Music Journalist "Expressive Indie Rock" are the perfect words to describe this amazing album titled one hand on the steering wheel the other sewing a garden by singer/songwriter Ada Lea. This album is for those who are more invested in lyrics and listening comprehension than the music or instrumentals. Every song in this 11-track album more than tells tales or stories. They illustrate narratives about remorse, resentment, and regret, […]

todayNovember 21, 2021 37

The screenshot is of a music video where Cornelius is performing a cover of Passionfruit cover at a Spotify event

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Cornelius’ Fantasma: A Journey of Colors

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist After a usual night of scrolling through the YouTube recommended page, I stumbled upon a bright orange-colored album with the title of Fantasma. With it instantly catching my eye, I clicked and was taken on a journey through different worlds and colors. Initially released on Aug. 6, 1997, and reissued in 2016, the third studio album by Japanese musician, Cornelius, is as fresh as ever. The […]

todayNovember 16, 2021 16 1

A skull on a black background with the eyes also looking like the faces of two character drawings. The skull has teeth missing and is surrounded by an array of incarnations and roses with the album title “Yours, Dreamily” coming from the top and “The Arcs” coming from the bottom.

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The Arcs: Yours, Dreamily, Album Review

By Christian Villarreal Music Journalist Music has always been a big part of my life, but for some reason, I had never listened to many different genres until high school. The album that changed what I knew about music was Yours, Dreamily, by The Arcs. The album had an interesting cover, so I decided to give it a listen. Listening to the first track on the album was a strange experience. “Once […]

todayNovember 8, 2021 21

Album cover is an illustration of Cullah’s face close up. The color of the illustration is split in the middle of his face, with gold on the left and blue on the right.

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Cullah: ½ Album Review

By Isaiah Gatlin Music Journalist Cullah is a genre-bending master. Bouncing from folk, rap, and western; the visionary within Cullah is not bound by the typical frame of an independent artist. In fact, ½ (Half), Cullah’s newest album released on April 27, 2021, makes this his 15th album over 15 years to be released royalty-free. Cullah prioritizes his music’s accessibility rather than profit. His music is created from a place […]

todayNovember 5, 2021 10

Picture of the lead singer used for the album cover. She is standing in front of a junkyard with crushed cars and debris.

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Wednesday’s Twin Plagues: Playing with Noise

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist On their sophomore album, North Carolina's five-piece collective, Wednesday, grimes up their shoegaze-like sound, adding distortion, wailing guitars, and haunting vocals to create a noise-filled album sure to catch any listener. Starting the album off, the title track “Twin Plagues” throws the listener into an ominous, eerie environment. Slowly building momentum through the layers of fuzzy distorted guitars and lead singer Karly Hartzman’s emotion-filled vocals instantly […]

todayOctober 26, 2021 13 3

A red album cover that is an illustration of a heart with pink and purple flowers blooming from the top.

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Album Review: Turbulent Heart – Hein Cooper

By Isaiah Gatlin Music Journalist Pop artist Hein Cooper, who gained popularity with his hit song "Rusty," strays away from his indie-pop roots in his newest EP Turbulent Heart. Released on August 13, 2021, Turbulent Heart's strong suit is its chronological storytelling. Though the heavy acoustic melodies are replaced by pop electronic beats on the EP, Cooper's storytelling remains strong alongside his catchy pop harmonies. The EP follows the journey […]

todayOctober 22, 2021 18 1

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The 1975: The 1975 Album Review

By Stephanie Giannuzzi Music Journalist The 1975 consists of four members, drummer/producer George Daniel, bassist Ross Macdonald, lead guitarist Adam Hann, and lead singer, lyricist, producer, and guitarist Matty Healy. This band came together from humble beginnings forming in 2002 in Wilmslow, United Kingdom during their early high school days. They have been releasing successful albums ever since. The 1975 was signed to Dirty Hit Records after multiple attempts with […]

todayOctober 12, 2021 31 2

Album cover is black and white half Devora’s face and half a scorpion with a red censor bar over the eyes.

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Devora: Outlaw Album Review

By Isaiah Gatlin Music Journalist Growing up in the desert heat of Arizona, Devora spent most of her time singing and writing songs. Some of her biggest influences include Johnny Cash and Fields of the Nephilim. On June 25, 2021, self-proclaimed “Goth Dolly Parton,” Devora debuted a mixture of sultry, dark, and femme fatale tones in her debut EP Outlaw. Of course, Devora continues to remain true to the western […]

todaySeptember 30, 2021 18 1

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Mudhoney: Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge Album Review

By Shack Khoza Music Journalist Underrated Grunge Music are the words to describe this discrete garage rock album/project titled Every Good Boy Deserves Food by Mudhoney. This album is dedicated to those who love alternative and punk rock. It also fits outdoor activities, such as skateboarding or bike riding, since the album gives a certain sense of ferocious, aggressive, and daring characteristics! Some would describe this kind of genre as alternative rock music, […]

todaySeptember 29, 2021 96 1

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