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The Garden performing during their Kiss My Super Bowl Ring tour at Paper Tiger in San Antonio, TX.

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Concert Review: The Garden at Paper Tiger

By Cassidy Segovia Music Journalist After postponing their Kiss My Super Bowl Ring tour twice since 2020, The Garden is back and performing on tour once again! The Garden is an experimental rock band from Orange County, CA consisting of twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears. They have released six full-length albums since 2012, and have even published their own record labeled, Vada Vada, based on their self-created musical genre. […]

todayJanuary 26, 2022 5

Three Vinyl albums standing up (Awaken My Love by Childish Gambino, Hozier by Hozier, and Are You Experienced by Jimi Hendrix), with the vinyl of Texas Sun by Khurangbin and Leon Bridges and HONK by the Rolling stones laid down.

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Why I Hate Albums

By Christian Villarreal Music Journalist When a band or artist has a lot of songs across multiple albums, I get disheartened. I enjoy discovering a new artist that has a good supply of music that can offer a diverse palette of tone, but it seldom works out that way. More specifically, I have grown to hate albums. Saying this seems strange, but the more music I listen to, the more […]

todayDecember 13, 2021 32

Nayome sitting on an orange couch in front of an orange background framed by a galaxy-themed boarder.

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Nayome’s New Single “Universal Lover” is the Perfect Love Affirmation

By Samantha Oesch Music Journalist Naomi Sutton, performing as Nayome, is one to be on the lookout for with her new track “Universal Lover." The Texas State University alumna recently moved from Central Texas to Atlanta, Georgia where she now resides. Although she is not in Texas anymore, she continues to work with her strong ties back in the state with artists like Deezie Brown, producer Sam Hinds and more. […]

todayNovember 29, 2021 36

Blurried picture of ada lea with a white dress laying down.

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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 40

Blue and Pink background with a black head and blue text saying "International Men's Day"

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International Men’s Day: How IDLES Frontman Joe Talbot Explores the Toxic Expectations of Masculinity with “Samaritans”

By Jared Dudley Music Journalist As KTSW airs its day-long Brocast in celebration of International Men’s Day, and with British rock band IDLES hot off the heels of their fourth record Crawler, now is a great time to look back at their song “Samaritans,” a track that dives into society’s interpretation of masculinity and the harm it can cause to people of all genders. IDLES lead singer Joe Talbot has […]

todayNovember 19, 2021 172 1

An album cover of Diamond Cafe’s Say You Will

Features

Artist on the Rise: Diamond Cafe

By Cassidy Segovia Music Journalist As a huge fan of R&B, soul and funk music, I have always been on the lookout for new artists and songs to listen to. A few years ago while I was scrolling through YouTube’s underground music selection, my attention was caught by the solo project of Diamond Cafe. As I listened to the nostalgia-filled sounds of his 2018 single, “The Way You Used To […]

todayNovember 18, 2021 42

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

Lira and Caufield with a microphone

Interviews

Artist Interview: Sweeping Promises

By Jared Dudley Music Journalist The unfiltered, energetic sound of Sweeping Promises is one that easily stands out as something special in today’s music landscape. The latest project from musical duo Lira Mondal and Caufield Schnug debuted last year with Hunger for a Way Out. The record, recorded in an underground concrete laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a collection of tracks that capture the band’s DIY sound and emotional vocals, […]

todayNovember 13, 2021 31

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

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