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‘Staying at Tamara’s’ espouses highest form of positivism

‘Staying at Tamara’s’ espouses highest form of positivism

Eli Curran-Moore

April 4, 2018

Already topping the charts at number one in the UK, British singer-songwriter George Ezra’s new album “Staying at Tamara’s” is inspired by Ezra’s world voyages, titled from his recent stay at an Airbnb in Barcelona owned by said Tamara. It's no surprise then the 11 track album is described by the a...

‘Rainbow’ illuminates Kesha’s once-suppressed evolution

‘Rainbow’ illuminates Kesha’s once-suppressed evolution

Isaac Wert

August 13, 2017

Following a five-year hiatus from releasing music, and while dealing with ongoing legal battles, former party-girl icon Kesha released her triumphant third album, “Rainbow,” and we’re lucky to hear it. Kesha Rose Sebert, formerly known as “Ke$ha,” was once an international pop-star. Her...

Pure Comedy reveals more cynicism than musical creativity

Pure Comedy reveals more cynicism than musical creativity

Samyu Yenamandra, Writer

April 27, 2017

In 2015, Father John Misty’s album, “I Love You, Honeybear,” gained popularity and critical acclaim. With Misty’s purpose of creating a collection of love songs for his wife, “I Love You, Honeybear” resonated with listeners with its romantic undertones. Yet, with Misty’s new album, “Pure Comed...

‘Memories…Do Not Open’ leaves no impression

‘Memories…Do Not Open’ leaves no impression

Isaac Wert

April 12, 2017

Stuffed to the brim with indistinguishable drops and meaningless lyrics, the Chainsmokers’ debut album fails to meet expectations set by their previous hit singles. The Chainsmokers, DJ/producer duo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, first caught my attention last year when their hit ‘Roses’ from their...

Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ thrives in uncertainty

Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’ thrives in uncertainty

Ethan Brown

August 23, 2016

After four years of rumors, speculation and frustration, R&B singer Frank Ocean reappeared to release “Blonde,” his follow-up to 2012’s critically acclaimed “Channel Orange.” While the project differs from Ocean’s previous work, his continued success never falters throughout the album’s 17 songs. ...

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