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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...

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Taylor drops three new songs

Jacob Martenson June 5, 2023

On May 26, Taylor Swift dropped three new songs as a deluxe edition of her tenth studio album, “Midnights.” Two of these three singles were new takes on previously released songs. Taylor Swift ft....

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Summer Walker living a ‘SOFT LIFE’

Nafisa Kahin May 30, 2023

Summer Walker is back again for this year’s summer. She is always releasing music during the spring or summer season. Walker has released an EP (Extended Playlist) which is longer than a single but shorter...

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Lewis Capaldi’s new album gets stuck in your heart

Leo Justesen May 25, 2023

Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi released his new album called “Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent” on May 19. This is Capaldi’s second album and it hit every note that it needed to hit. With...

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‘The Album’ of the summer?

Layla Mickelson May 19, 2023

Disney's favorite trio is back with a new album, “The Album,” which was released May 12. The Jonas Brothers have come back together after their release of “Happiness Begins” in 2019. It was an...

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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...

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‘Higher Than Heaven’ isn’t that high

Layla Mickelson April 9, 2023

After a few long years, Ellie Goulding released a new album called, “Higher Than Heaven" on April 7. It’s been three years since the release of Ellie Goulding's last album, “Brightest Blue,” and...

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Lana Del Rey releases captivating album

Ena Mekic March 27, 2023

It has been two years since Lana Del Rey released her last album, “Blue Banisters,” and fans have been patiently waiting for another release from the singer-songwriter. “Did you know that there's...

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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...

Sophomore Hawkins Moore doodles in class June 8. He recently illustrated the song cover for Will Gohmans single Vertigo.

Sophmore designs album cover

Abby Meisler June 8, 2022

When sophomore Hawkins Moore found out his friend, Willis Gohman, was going to release a song, Gohman asked him if he could design the album cover. Moore said had always been into his art. From drawing...

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‘Harry’s House’ is artist’s third masterpiece

Modesty Manion May 31, 2022

For such a talented and popular musician, it’s surprising to think that Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House” is only the third album in his discography. Styles released his sophomore album, Fine Line,...

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