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Indie takes a turn with new Two Door Cinema Club release

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Sarah Biernat

October 20, 2016

isco is coming back… kind of. After a long four years, Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club is back, and this new record is so good. I really was not expecting them to come back with such a bang and new sound. That sound being disco. With the old becoming the new, old music trends are ru...

Wiz Khalifa Disappoints with New Album ‘Khalifa’

Wiz Khalifa's new album

Sarah Biernat

February 9, 2016

am slowly having no faith in music. Everything is trash now, no creativity, nothing original; everything is just basic. I thought there was still faith in rap music because of G-Eazy’s album “When It’s Dark Out,” but I was sadly mistaken. When it comes to Khalifa, his “art” is a hi...

Coasts releases unique album ‘Coasts’

Coasts releases their debut album,

Sarah Biernat

February 2, 2016

ell, they aren’t necessarily from any coast… On Jan. 22, England’s indie pop band Coasts released their debut album “Coasts.” The album is a combination of old singles, songs off an old EP, and new songs. Although there are no real oceans to be inspired by, the band produces a sound that is app...

Top three mixtapes of the decade

Hoodie Allen remains one of top artists who holds a prominent mixtape (Courtesy of

Sarah Biernat

December 7, 2015

rom Chicago, to Los Angeles, to Long Island, different vibes come together to create one unison sound. Different collaborations, to the talk of drugs, love and partying, these three artists bring it all. All but one shared on SoundCloud, they all have one thing in common. That thing is their love fo...

The Neighbourhood gives fans a variety of new songs in “Wiped Out”

The Neighbourhood's new album

Sarah Biernat

November 11, 2015

am feeling "Wiped Out!" from all the excitement I’ve been feeling for the last few months. Once again, there is another amazing pun to start off this review.  The Neighbourhood is back with their sophomore album, you guessed it, “Wiped Out!” To be honest, Rutherford’s sultry tone and every...

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