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The Strokes: First Impressions of Earth Review

By Gabriela SolisMusic Journalist Released right at the cusp of 2005, First Impressions of Earth is rock band The Strokes' third studio album. Considering this album single-handedly kicked off my angsty teen years, I can’t help but hold First Impressions of Earth near and dear to my heart. Full of pessimistic lyrics and rough instrumentation, this album is the perfect piece to blast alone in your car. The second track, […]

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Tame Impala: Lonerism Album Review

By Gabriela SolisMusic Journalist Just over 8 years ago, in early October 2012, Tame Impala released their second studio album, Lonerism. Kevin Parker, the man behind the music, said in an interview with DIY Magazine that he desired to experiment with his friend’s vintage synthesizer after focusing so heavily on guitar with his first album, Innerspeaker. In addition to this newfound world of this vintage synth for Parker, he also […]

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Julian Casablancas: Phrazes For The Young Review

By Gabriela SolisMusic Journalist Over a decade ago, in 2009, Julian Casablancas released his debut solo album Phrazes For The Young. Best known as The Strokes’ frontman, Casablancas took some time after the band’s short hiatus in 2005 to compose his very first alternative rock album without most of his usual bandmates. Phrazes For The Young, a reference to an Oscar Wilde book, is a mere eight songs long and […]

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Van Halen: Van Halen (1978) Album Review

By Gabriela SolisMusic Journalist On Oct. 6, 2020, world-renowned rock legend Eddie Van Halen passed away at age 65. Van Halen was the co-founder and guitarist for the classic rock band Van Halen, so it’s safe to say the world of rock music has been shaken to the core with the tragic loss of such an influential rockstar. Reviewing his band’s first studio album seems only necessary during this grieving […]

todayOctober 17, 2020 85

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Lorde: Pure Heroine Review

By Gabriela SolisMusic Journalist In late September of 2013, the alternative pop star Lorde released her iconic debut album "Pure Heroine." Lorde, impressively writing most songs at the young age of 16, discusses themes of rebellious youth and disobeying many societal norms. With relatable lyrics, "Pure Heroine" shaped many Generation Z kids’ teenage years and ruled the now-infamous website, Tumblr. The third track, “Royals”, is what skyrocketed Lorde to fame […]

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