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Music Talk 2: 21 Savage’s “I Am > I Was” Album Review

Music Talk 2: 21 Savage’s “I Am > I Was” Album Review

Riyana Walker

February 4, 2019

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“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” Album Swings in with Revolutionary Music

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” Album Swings in with Revolutionary Music

Ayman Mirkhan

January 21, 2019

Music tells a story. It can reveal basic details like a generic plot or scale to the vivid emotions held within each character of a story. Latest Marvel movie “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse” was able display all the details and emotions from the motion picture into their featured album. T...

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

Sarah Biernat

February 15, 2018

Hi, my name is Sarah Biernat, and parties cause me great anxiety. A group any bigger than half a dozen people makes me want to crawl in a hole, so the possibilities of seeing me out at a rave are very slim. I have worked around human interaction by jamming out to trap EDM when I’m locked in my r...

Now and On Earth album review: Blacked Out

Now and On Earth album review: Blacked Out

Ryan Mills

April 19, 2015

ow and on Earth is a metalcore band that recently released their new album “Blacked Out." Going into this review, I had never heard of this band before and probably never would have because I do not normally listen to metalcore music.  I had many presumptions about that genre of music and this ba...

Madonna album review: Rebel Heart

Madonna album review: Rebel Heart

Rachel Brands

March 13, 2015

elving into this album, I was completely unsure what to expect. I have never considered myself a fan of Madonna’s and was worried that I would have to sit through a bland music in which I have no interest. “Rebel Heart” quickly proved to me that I shouldn’t be so quick to make assumptions.  The album started out great with songs l...

Falling in Reverse album review: Just Like You

Falling in Reverse album review: Just Like You

Ryan Mills

February 25, 2015

alling in Reverse released their album “Just Like You” earlier this week. This band may not be well known, but based on their consistent, unique sound, they should be a more popular name in the near future.   At first glance of the cover of this album I started to make a few presumptions, ...

Fifth Harmony review: Reflections

Fifth Harmony review: Reflections

Sarah Henderson

February 20, 2015

ifth Harmony released their first studio album “Reflections” on Feb. 3, 2015. The all- female pop group released their EP, “Better Together”, in 2013, following their third place finish on the “X-Factor” in 2012. They then spent the following year producing “Reflections," even pushing ba...

Fall Out Boy album review : American Beauty/American Psycho

Fall Out Boy album review : American Beauty/American Psycho

Courtney Thomas

January 25, 2015

all Out Boy’s newest album, “American Beauty/American Psycho” was released Jan. 16. “Centuries” was the first single released from the album in September and reached number 12 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The single, although a great song, gave the wrong impression of the album. “Centuries” ha...

Charlie XCX album review: Sucker

Charlie XCX album review: Sucker

Kat Gorospe

December 18, 2014

aybe it’s her wavy black hair, the signature red lipstick, or edgy fashion sense that makes her stand out from typical American artists. However, that doesn’t make Charli XCX any different than other UK singers such as Lorde or Cher Lloyd. Charlotte Emma Aitchison, a 22-year-old artist from Ca...

1989 album review: Taylor Swift

1989 album review: Taylor Swift

Courtney Thomas

October 29, 2014

or most people, the name Taylor Swift brings a sour taste to their mouth, but for the few 70 million of us who are die-hard fans, she is one of the few things we talk about and today, we could not stop talking about the new album, “1989.” The sound is something new for all of us. Swift no longer re...

“Us Against Them” is a little too good

“Us Against Them” is a little too good

Kat Gorospe

November 11, 2013

Since 2011, rapper Jake Miller has come a long way. He first started out making YouTube videos of himself singing and rapping, and then won a singing contest that came with a prize of $35,000 and the chance to work with famous artists. Within a year, Miller got to perform and work with other singers such ...

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