The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Fair use from Big Machine Records

Dolly does it again

Thomas Halverson November 21, 2023

Dolly Parton is a world renowned country artist who has been releasing music since 1967, and has only grown in popularity ever since. Her career is covered in hits from the last 56 years, and her 49th...

Fair use from Columbia Records

Debut album impresses for ‘THE FIRST TIME’

Ted McCarren November 17, 2023

At just 18 years old, Australian singer-rapper The Kid LAROI has already made a significant impact on the music industry. After releases of successful projects like “Let Her Go,” “Diva” and “Addison...

Fair use from Genius

Blink-182 rocks the world ‘One More Time’

Leo Justesen October 24, 2023

The 31 year old rock band Blink-182 came out with their new album “One More Time” Oct. 20. The album consists of 17 tracks, totaling 44 minutes of that punk-rock style you thought you wouldn’t hear...

Fair use from Genius

‘A Great Chaos’ doesn’t live up to its great hype

Lex Lee October 19, 2023

After a long 10-month wait, Ken Carson’s album “A Great Chaos” finally dropped on Oct. 13 by Opium and Interscope Records. Ken Carson has been teasing and messing with fans by dropping glimpses of...

Fair use from Genius

‘For All The Dogs’ delivers subpar, lackluster beats

Lex Lee October 17, 2023

After being announced in Aug. of this year, Drake has been hard at work creating his new project “For All The Dogs.” With 23 tracks, this album runs a long one hour and 24 minutes. Drake has some of...

Fair use from Genius

Doja demands attention for her new album ‘Scarlet’

Miles Johnson September 27, 2023

With fame comes criticism. Doja Cat’s fourth studio album “Scarlet” came out Sept. 22. Doja received a lot of fame from her 2019 album “Hot Pink,” but when Doja released “Planet Her” in 2021,...

Fair use from Genius

‘Revamped’ is pretty amped

Jana Faust September 25, 2023

Demi Lovato is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Since releasing their first album in 2008, Lovato has continued creating and putting out music.  Lovato started their career as a pop artist,...

Fair use from Genius

Mitski’s melancholic return

Ena Mekic September 18, 2023

Following rumors of her retirement, the singer-songwriter Mitski returned with the release of her seventh studio album Sept. 15. Titled “The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We,” the album has a warm...

Fair use from Warner Chappell Music

Laufey bewitches listeners with beautiful modern jazz

Modesty Manion September 17, 2023

Icelandic-Chinese artist Laufey (pronounced lay-vay), released her newest album, “Bewitched,” Sept. 8. Her musical style is very unique, as she combines bedroom and jazz-pop to create what she calls...

It’s going to be a ‘KAYTRAMINÉ’ summer

It’s going to be a ‘KAYTRAMINÉ’ summer

Anisa Kahin May 30, 2023

Rap artists and new duo KAYTRAMINÉ dropped the album of the summer. “KAYTRAMINÉ” was released May 19 and became the duo’s first studio album. Their strong passion for music and blossoming friendship...

Fair use from Genius

No autotune needed on ‘Live at Electric Lady’

Sarah Peterson May 19, 2023

Following her latest album, “Sling,” released in July 2021, Clairo stunned fans by dropping her first live-recorded album May 12. The album, “Live at Electric Lady,” came as a surprise — the...

Fair use from Genius

Nine hours of ‘One Wayne G’

Ena Mekic April 28, 2023

Following his latest release only three months ago, Mac DeMarco returns with an unexpected album titled “One Wayne G.” Released on April 21, it's a whopping 199 song album — eight hours and 43 minutes...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

The Echo intends for this area to be used to foster healthy, thought-provoking discussion. Comments are expected to adhere to our standards and to be respectful and constructive. Furthermore, we do not permit any of the following inappropriate content including: Libel or defamatory statements, any copyrighted, trademarked or intellectual property of others, the use of profanity and foul language or personal attacks. All comments are reviewed and approved by staff to ensure that they meet these standards. The Echo does not allow anonymous comments, and requires a name and valid email address submitted that are variable. This email address will not be displayed but will be used to confirm your comments. Online comments that are found in violation of these policies will be removed as quickly as possible. Please direct any further questions to [email protected].
All The Echo Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
album review