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


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 […]

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the cover is a psychedelic photograph of subatomic particles in a bubble chamber


The Strokes: Is This It Album Review

By Paris FosterMusic Journalist In the early 2000s, a figure hung around the streets of New York City smoking cigarettes and drinking 40s. With two glazed eyes, unkempt hair, and a post-punk leather jacket, this individual represented The Strokes. Everyone wanted to be one…. Arguably the most important plural indie rock band of their time, (i.e The White Stripes, The Killers, The Arctic Monkeys, etc.) The Strokes obtained much of […]

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The cover features a pitch black background with sharp streaks of white, grey, and red. The album title and band name is written out on each corner of the cover.


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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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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Collage-like album cover


What is “The New Abnormal?”

By Joseph EsquivelMusic Journalist The Strokes are delivering on the promise of a new album in 2020. The band announced The New Abnormal at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire on February 9.  Set for release on April 10, the Rick Rubin produced project gives fans nine new Strokes tracks. The group shared the first single for the new album “At The Door” on February 11. New tour dates […]

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My Quest to See The Strokes at SXSW

By Ashley Galvan SXSW Street Team South by Southwest is the craziest time of the year in Austin, Texas, but it is hands down my favorite fest of the year. From day 1 to day 10, there is nothing but madness. Some of you may or may not have experienced the hustle and bustle of the SXSW festivities but if you haven't, you will, because you should. Free shows, food, […]

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