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Review: “Not a Pop Song” is self-aware

The cover art for Confetti, the upcoming sixth studio album for Little Mix.

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor

October 14, 2020

Little Mix is the rare girl group that lasts, having celebrated their nine-year anniversary in Aug. 2020. Despite them continuously releasing quality pop albums, they remain underrated and constantly criticized. Their recent single, "Not a Pop Song," from upcoming album Confetti is a strong hit, and...

Review: Rex Orange County Live at Radio City Music Hall

Rex Orange County releases a live album for his concert at Radio City Music Hall.

Ella Wertz, News/Features Editor

October 8, 2020

One of my favorite concerts ever was Rex Orange County. I flew to New York to see him perform in Radio City Music Hall and it was definitely one of the best nights of my life. Recently, Rex Orange County released a Live at Radio City Music Hall album, which includes almost all of the songs on the setl...

Review: Fleet Foxes return with Shore

Fleet Foxes' album cover for

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

A few years back, a stranger on the internet told me the Fleet Foxes were "soccer mom indie rock" when I said I had liked their latest album. And that's not really too far off, as "White Winter Hymnal" has remained the band's begrudging stake to claim on Sirius XM's Christmas radio since its release...

Review: Shawn Mendes comes back with a bang in “Wonder”

The single cover for Shawn Mendes' latest single,

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2020

No matter how many reviews I write or how many artists I discover, I will always look forward to staying up for a new Shawn Mendes single. After a diminished presence on social media, Mendes revealed that he was releasing a single on Oct. 2 earlier this week, and later, an album on Dec. 4. "Wonder,"...

Review: Tenet is not a 10/10

Review: Tenet is not a 10/10

Ella Wertz, News/Feature Editor

September 28, 2020

There hasn't been an overwhelming amount of movies coming out due to the pandemic, so I was super excited when Tenet made its debut in the theaters. Tenet follows the storyline of an American spy attempting to avoid the start of World War III based on climate change. The film utilizes time travel and m...

Review: Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones

The cover art for

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor

September 28, 2020

L.A. alternative band The Neighbourhood first found success in 2013 with "Sweater Weather," but seven years later, their music hasn't evolved past the cool nothingness that created their first hit. Their most recent album Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones is pleasant on the ears, but only if the list...

An introduction to lowercase music

Steve Roden: Forms of Paper

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer

September 15, 2020

Steve Roden, a Californian sound artist begrudgingly considered the "father" of lowercase music, is quoted as saying that the genre “bears a certain sense of quiet and humility; it doesn’t demand attention, it must be discovered... It’s the opposite of capital letters— loud things which draw...

Review: Petals for Armor lets Hayley Williams bloom

The cover art for Hayley Williams' solo debut Petals for Armor.

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

May 19, 2020

Hayley William’s debut album is not what I expected to save my sanity this year, but is now the only thing helping me cling on. Williams, frontwoman for the band Paramore, recently released her solo debut Petals for Armor, a refreshing take on identity in the face of trauma. If you're listening to Peta...

Review: Jeff Buckley’s Grace is inimitable

The album art for Jeff Buckley's iconic debut Grace.

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

May 8, 2020

This review is part of a new RHSToday series where we review albums from before 2000 as if they were just released.  Before there was Adele or Lana Del Rey to show off their melodrama, there was Jeff Buckley. In 1994, Buckley released his first and only studio album Grace, a masterpiece showi...

Review: Lennon Stella is a breath of fresh air

The dark yet intriguing cover art for Lennon Stella's debut album Three. Two. One.

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

April 27, 2020

The perfect pop song is something artists can spend years creating, always searching for their summer hit. With her first album, Lennon Stella managed to take what others strive for and make it her own, combining mainstream pop with something only she can make, resulting in the daydream that is Three. Two...

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