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"The New Abnormal" album cover by Jean-Michel Basquiat, a painting of an abstract blue bird.

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Revisiting The New Abnormal One Year Later

By Lesly Milan Music Journalist It has been over a year since The Strokes released their sixth studio album, "The New Abnormal." Throughout this last year, the album has received mixed reviews from devoted fanatics and new listeners. Overall, "The New Abnormal" has proven to be a successful album and even won the Best Rock Album Grammy Award at the 2021 Annual Grammy Awards.   The 45-minute long album consists of nine songs that […]

todayMay 12, 2021 4 1

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Podcasts

Behind the Sounds: Episode 3

By Ryan DuprePodcast Producer In this third episode of “Behind the Sounds” we dive into the sounds of modern, indie pop music production, creating a new track from scratch and showcasing all of the techniques used along the way to produce an energetic, vibrant sound. Featured image by KYSW Multimedia.

todayApril 21, 2021

The cover of Pyke’s sophomore album features a painting of roses in the foreground of a beach front view.

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Cosmo Pyke: A Piper for Janet EP Review

By Dillon Veazie Music Journalist Four years after the release of his debut album, South London artist Cosmo Pyke brings us A Piper for Janet EP. It is safe to say Pyke has leveled up exponentially during his four year hiatus from releasing music. For Pyke’s sophomore album, he moved away from the conventional indie sound and into his own league. A Piper for Janet is a jazz record at […]

todayApril 3, 2021 10

Renaissance-esque painting of a woman sitting, with the middle of the painting looking badly damaged, masking the woman’s lower jaw and chest

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The Veils: Total Depravity Album Review

By Joaquin RoblesMusic Journalist Cover art for The Veil's album Total Depravity by Nicola Samori As the Catholic doctrine of total depravity speaks to the sinfulness and corruption of human nature, The Veils parallel this mindset in their 2016 album of the same name. Total Depravity speaks volumes, features dark and ominous tones, prominent and capturing bass lines, and an overall eerie soundstage and profile. Total Depravity is like a […]

todayMarch 17, 2021 4 1

Art cover for album Blood, Piss, Religion, Pain which features an illustration of a surreal-like naked fairy, swan, apple and ladder leading up to a burning candle.

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Karaoke: Blood, Piss, Religion, Pain Album Review

By Victor GuevaraMusic Journalist The second full-length album by Karaoke (a fairly new collaborative band based out of Atlanta) is nothing less than hypnotizing. Before even listening to the album, the title alone already sets the tone for the kind of experience you are in for. While the album still shows elements of the band’s dream-pop sound from their debut album How to make you Boil, the new album took […]

todayMarch 16, 2021 1

Image of Twenty Twenty's album cover with a dark blue background and the text "Twenty Twenty" and "Djo" on top in gold lettering

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Joe Keery: Twenty Twenty Album Review

By Maddy LehrMusic Journalist Most people know Joe Keery as Steve Harrington from Netflix’s "Stranger Things." You might be surprised to hear that he makes music as well. Keery started off in the psychedelic rock band, Post Animal. Once he landed his role as Steve, he made the tough decision to leave the group. However, he didn’t stop there. He went on to create his own music, under the name […]

todayMarch 14, 2021 10

Tommy Siegel's album cover.

Music

Tommy Seigel: Another Century Wasted Album Review

By Jennifer AriolaMusic Journalist As his first-released album, Tommy Siegel introduces us to Another Century Wasted--an indie alternative album that tackles the chaotic Trump era. Before he released this album, Siegel became well-known by conducting a challenge to create a cartoon every day for 500 days. His political cartoons got the attention of many, including Alexandria Ocasio-Ortez. Since then, he released Another Century Wasted, which in my opinion, is a […]

todayNovember 2, 2020 5

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Entertainment

“Empathy, Inc.”: a Review

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Empathy, Inc., directed by Yedidya Gorsetman, is an indie sci-fi thriller with a plot that keeps you guessing. Exploring sci-fi concepts involving virtual reality (VR), striking visuals, and a dynamic cast, Empathy, Inc. is full of secrets and thrills the whole way through. The film follows Joel, played by Zach Robidas. Joel is a disgraced venture capitalist who takes a chance on a new VR […]

todayMarch 18, 2020

Still Woozy in a car. His friends are inside and on top of the car. The words “Still Woozy” are placed over the side of the car.

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Are You Listening to Still Woozy?

By Caitlin Dunn Music Journalist Twenty-six-year-old Oakland, Calif. local Sven Gamsky goes by the alias Still Woozy. Although Still Woozy is Gamsky’s one-man solo project, only releasing a couple of songs, he has been playing for 16 years or so. While still being a solo project, he has a band when performing live, and a little help with mixing and mastering, but other than that, Gamsky is independent of any […]

todayApril 28, 2019 8 1

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