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Album features a black and white portrait of Omar Apollo, shirtless. A shadow is cast and covers Apollo below his shoulders. “IVORY” is written across his frame.


Why Fans Can’t Wait for Omar Apollo’s Newest Album Ivory

By Avery Viers Music Journalist Within one year of uploading his first single to Spotify in 2017, then 19-year-old singer-songwriter Omar Apollo received over 15 million streams. Now, at 24 years old, Apollo begins his “Desvelado” Tour with Deb Never on April 5th — just a few days before the release of his first full-length debut studio album, Ivory, on April 8th, 2022. Since the release of “Ugotme” just five […]

todayApril 13, 2022 52

An image of the album cover design for Butterfly 3001. A thin yellow rectangle in the top-right corner shows the album name with a yellow butterfly beneath it. On the right side of the rectangle are the band’s initials, “KGLW,” and beneath that is a serial code, “KGLW-014-2LP.” A white circle is in the center of the image where the label would go on the center of a vinyl LP. The bottom half of the label is cyan, and within it reads “King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.” The top half has a red semicircle with the album title on it. On the left and right sides of the circular label are a red and cyan butterfly respectively, each within a small yellow circle. Beneath the red butterfly is the serial number again, and beneath the cyan butterfly is text which reads “Side A.” The rest of the album cover displays a field of white and a flurry of red, yellow, and dark blue butterflies all flying towards the top left corner of the cover.


King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard: Butterfly 3001 Album Review

By Hayden Hovsepian Music Journalist When you hear about King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, the first thing that probably comes to mind is the band’s prolific discography. The Melbourne psych rock outfit has released many projects in many styles, but Butterfly 3001 is the first remix album to join the band’s catalog as of Jan. 2022.  Butterfly 3001 is a  two-hour compilation album fully comprised of remixed tracks from […]

todayFebruary 18, 2022 172 5

The album cover is a pencil sketch of the main character of the album, Dood, standing next to his mule named Shamrock and his dog, Sam.


Sturgill Simpson: The Ballad of Dood and Juanita Album Review

By Olivo Castillo Music Journalist For the longest time when someone asked me “what kind of music do you listen to?” my go-to answer was “pretty much anything but country.” That changed once I discovered Sturgill Simpson. The Ballad of Dood and Juanita is the latest release from the modern-day country outlaw, released via the High Top Mountain label on Aug. 20, 2021. The most exciting part about a new […]

todayOctober 2, 2021 296 1

Red blotches on a plain background make the shape of a woman’s face down to her shoulders.


Donda’s Release was a Bizzare Journey

By Jared Dudley Music Journalist Kanye West is a person who knows how to get attention. Of course, this has been evident for over a decade. From interrupting Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at MTV’s Video Music Awards in 2009, to making a meteoric impact on the fashion industry, few artists have grab headlines like West. Even among his peers of bombastic rappers, West has always stood out. Rising stars and […]

todaySeptember 14, 2021 36 1

The photo is a rainbow explosion with rainbows text colors of the album name, In Rainbows


Radiohead: In Rainbows Album Review

By Stephanie Giannuzzi Music Journalist In Rainbows by Radiohead is an album that is difficult to resist not writing about. It is noticeable that the impact of a great album does not hit you entirely unless you completely embrace yourself in it and take it in for what it is, a work of art. The appreciation for Radiohead's undeniably unique sound is a massive influence when it comes to one-of-a-kind […]

todaySeptember 10, 2021 58 1


Add To Queue: Noga Erez

By Marcus BrooksMusic JournalistWelcome to the first installment of Add To Queue, a series where I do a deep dive into the most interesting artists on the rise you have not heard of. Today’s artist is Noga Erez, an Israeli singer, songwriter and producer. Her sound is an eclectic mix of dance/electronic with frequent use of live instruments and influences from hip hop, rock and alternative. In 2017, Erez released […]

todayJuly 7, 2021 97 1 2

A picture of Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast, clothed in yellow with yellow decor and accessories.


Japanese Breakfast: Jubilee Album Review

By Cassidy SegoviaMusic Journalist Not even two months after appearing on the New York Times’ Best Sellers list for her heartfelt memoir, Crying in H Mart, singer/songwriter Michelle Zauner recently launched her third studio album, Jubilee, under her indie-pop project Japanese Breakfast. From the release of her first two albums to her new book, Zauner’s well-deserved recognition from the media automatically placed the new album at a high value. Music […]

todayJune 26, 2021 75

The cover art has a male squatting at the center with a green background the photo was most likely taken in a field or forestry area, the image appears to be edited in such a way that makes it look like a double exposure. The first 3 words of the title on the cover art say “pick me up” the words are larger than the rest of the title which is most likely to emphasize the meaning or maybe just for style reasons. The top portion of the cover art is labeled with the collective name “running to utopia” and under it is braille wording. The cover art gives a very spacey feel that captures the music’s essence


Interview With Running to Utopia

By Jesse RodriguezMusic Journalist Running to Utopia is an art collective based out of the Lehigh Valley. The collective consists of rappers and overall artists Kon Grey and Mo Gardens. Their music is rooted in hip-hop and rap but their use of synths, experimental loops, and elements of spoken word makes their music genre-bending all while their lyrical content keeps it grounded and relatable. Pick Me Up from the Middle […]

todayFebruary 15, 2021 27

A golden skull with a frilled collar around its neck


Apashe Renaissance Album Review

By Michael KaiserMusic Journalist John de Buck, a.k.a. Apashe, is a 27-year-old DJ/producer from Brussels who is now based in Montreal. In his album Renaissance, Apashe showcases his production and compositional expertise by combining traditional classical music with hip-hop and electronic beats. After creating his own compositions, Apashe flew to Prague to record a 69-person orchestra playing his music. The orchestral tunes can be heard throughout the album, and Apashe managed […]

todayFebruary 12, 2021 394

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