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The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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‘The Family’ is a complex ending to an influential band

Scott Schmidt December 4, 2022

In 2018, Ameer Vann departed from Brockhampton because of multiple sexual assault allegations. The group wasn't the same after his departure, so after the band’s previous album, “Roadrunner,” it...

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‘The Car’ is uniquely masterful

Modesty Manion November 29, 2022

Arctic Monkeys, the classic indie band, has done it again with their newest album, “The Car.” Their seventh studio album and first original release in nearly four years, “The Car” has been highly...

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Carly’s comin’ back for us, baby

Sarah Peterson November 11, 2022

As a veteran in the music industry, Carly Rae Jepsen has no problem with making hit after hit. The Canadian has been in the game for a while and shows no signs of stopping soon. Her newest album, “The...

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Meet me at midnight

Modesty Manion November 9, 2022

Highlights: “Lavender Haze,” “Question…?,” “Mastermind” After months of anticipation, the world has finally been graced with Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album, “Midnights.” Swift...

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Maya Hawke’s ‘Moss’ is breathtaking

Modesty Manion October 11, 2022

Maya Hawke has been all over the media lately. Over the summer, she starred in Stranger Things Season 4, as well as Netflix’s new movie, “Do Revenge.” As the daughter of actors Ethan Hawke and Uma...

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‘HORSESH*T ON ROUTE 66’ proves punk isn’t dead

Ena Mekic September 30, 2022

The identical twins have done it again. Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, the bass and drums duo from Orange County, California are at the top of the SoCal art punk scene. They have been producing experimental...

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Not the best, just another one

Alicia Mainjeni August 29, 2022

Record producer DJ Khaled dropped his newest album, “GOD DID” on Aug. 26th, 2022. It is full of surprises and has the media buzzing. The album features various artists, but rarely Khaled himself. Khaled...

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Andy Grammer exudes joy

Sergei Bovee June 8, 2022

Andy Grammer released his newest album June 3. . His music is generally positive, and this album is no different. The new album, “The Art of Joy,” works to encourage positive thoughts.  All songs,...

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Twelve Carat Toothace’ gives opening to artists life

Lex Lee June 8, 2022

“Twelve Carat Toothace” by Post Malone dropped after a three year long wait June 3, 2022. The hit artist Post Malone's goal of this album was to give you an open look at his personal life and struggles.  “Twelve...

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‘Further Joy’ in rose-tinted glasses

Elena Ortiz Fishman April 10, 2022

When life is unfair and it feels like things are going nowhere, Lydia Night’s vocals are the only consolation. Following their hit album “How Do You Love?” released in 2019, The Regrettes finally...

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‘WHO CARES?’ stirs excitement

Cece Jensen March 22, 2022

Alex O’Connor (also known as Rex Orange County) has been building up the excitement among his fans with the release of his album “WHO CARES?” for quite some time. Since March, his supporters have...

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‘Laurel Hell’ to break the world

Elena Ortiz-Fishman February 13, 2022

Nobody does melancholy like Mitski. Long-awaited, her newest album, “Laurel Hell,” felt like being submerged in a can of coke — fizzy, bright and spilling over the edges. As a precursor to this...

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