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Doja Cat Enters a New Era of Transformation

By Ariana Mendoza Music Journalist Doja Cat has just dropped her latest single and music video, “Attention”. This song shows us a new side of Doja and gives us something we’ve never seen in her usual music. Attention is more of a traditional 90’s rap and hip-hop record. The music video even includes some 90’s visuals and wardrobe. While Doja had addressed, she was going to change her style, many […]

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3x3 album cover collage consisting of Jamestown Revival’s Young Man, Sunny Sweeney’s Concrete, Randy Rogers Band like it used to be, The Oh Hellos Eurus, George Strait’ Blue Clear Sky, Kyle Park’s Beggin’ For More, Roy Head and the Traits Live It Up!, Charlie Robinson’s Step Right Up, and Randy Rogers Band Hellbent.


Five notable musicians from Texas State University

By Tyson Taylor Music Journalist Throughout its history, Texas State University has produced elite talent in various fields, from 36th President Lydon B. Johnson to Olympic Gold Medalist Charles Austin. Texas State alumni are leaving the university ambitiously driven and aiming for the stars. However, one field that I feel doesn’t get enough respect within Texas State is the music alumni. There are numerous, very talented artists and bands that […]

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Concert Review

Oblivion Access: Duster, Spirit of the Beehive and Nuclear Daisies

Jewel Ogungbamigbe Local Music Journalist I was fortunate enough to see one of my favorite bands ever, Duster, perform this past Thursday through the Oblivion Access Festival which took place at several different venues across Austin, one of them being the Empire Control Room and Garage where said band performed. I had ordered the tickets back in late May with urgency as I was surprised that they were going on […]

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Album Review

Album Review: To Learn by Leith Ross

Michael Ybarra Music Journalist TW: Discussions of sexual assault In an overcrowded sea of albums, most of which seek to steal five minutes of virality, one can yearn for the truly transformative. Leith Ross’s debut album, To Learn, released on May 19, fulfills this quota perfectly, and if people are not careful, they just might miss its understated excellence. Ross, like most other up-and-coming artists these days, first found fame […]

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