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Review: Louis Tomlinson sticks in the same direction with Walls

Review: Louis Tomlinson sticks in the same direction with Walls

Jennifer Le, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

Louis Tomlinson was the last former One Direction member to debut their solo career with his new album Walls. The English singer and songwriter had already released five singles from the album prior to the release, but those hadn't stood out from recent music. Tomlinson played the safe road when it ...

Review: Selena Gomez is back in business

Review: Selena Gomez is back in business

Jaylen Stasio, Staff Writer

January 18, 2020

There's nothing harder than going through a breakup or getting over someone who--at one point--held a special place in your heart. Selena Gomez expresses those feelings and process of recovery through her new album, Rare. Gomez expresses the difficulties that come with rough experiences through her uniq...

Review: Harry Styles just wants to be known

Review: Harry Styles just wants to be known

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

December 14, 2019

There is quite frankly nothing more daunting and inescapable than figuring out who you are, but Harry Styles conquers that fear with an entire album, Fine Line. Embedded in each part of the album, whether it's the explosive first single "Light's Up" or the opener "Golden," Styles is screaming to be ...

Review: My Name Is Michael Holbrook

Review: My Name Is Michael Holbrook

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

October 9, 2019

Waiting for an artist that you love's new album might be one of the most emotionally painful experiences, and I spent much of the last four years waiting for MIKA's new album by relistening to all his old ones. But when My Name Is Michael Holbrook came out, it felt exactly like I was still listening to his o...

Review: Taylor Swift is both the best and the worst on Lover

Review: Taylor Swift is both the best and the worst on Lover

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

August 25, 2019

I have been conflicted about Taylor Swift for as long as I could form coherent thoughts. If you'd ask me about any of my opinions on her, my only response would be "I don't know." I'd oscillate from screaming her lyrics and dancing around my room, to giving an in-depth analysis of the stupid things she'd...

Review: Social Cues is underwhelming

Review: Social Cues is underwhelming

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2019

In an era in which hip-hop and rap have surpassed rock and roll's influence and popularity, Cage the Elephant is part of small set of bands whose music hearkens back to classic rock and roll. Unfortunately, Cage the Elephant's fifth album "Social Cues," is disjointed and underwhelming, with just a few...

Review: The future of rock is female

Review: The future of rock is female

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor

April 22, 2019

Jade Bird is, if anything, a rock star. With her raspy but powerful voice, her heavy use of guitar and strong "screw you" lyrics, Bird is sure to be one of the greats someday- but even the greats had to start somewhere. After years of only releasing singles and EPs, Bird released her debut album "Jade...

Review: Billie Eilish releases sinister album

Review: Billie Eilish releases sinister album

Nicole Perdigon, News Editor

April 10, 2019

Billie Eilish is a standout artist and tries to sit outside of modern labels for music. With her songs not standing in any specific genre, Eilish's music has truly brought something to the world that no other artist has. With her new album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go," Eilish shows off ...

Review: Wasteland, Baby! embraces the end

Review: Wasteland, Baby! embraces the end

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor

March 4, 2019

I don't think anyone could make an album about love during the apocalypse as well as Hozier. Haunting and beautiful, Wasteland, Baby! is one of a kind. Hozier's sophomore album explores themes of anxiety about impending doom, strange love and acceptance in the face of the end. I knew that "No Plan...

Review: A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

Review: A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

December 3, 2018

Bold and fresh, The 1975 has released yet another album that is perfectly modern. The English band, which consists of Matty Healy, George Daniel, Ross MacDonald and Adam Hann, recently released their third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The album was highly anticipated and fans hop...

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