All posts tagged album review

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Adam Young recreates history through musical scores

“Not long ago, I found myself reminiscing the last half decade of my career. I recalled what it was like writing my fi...

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Joyce Manor delivers with “Cody”

In 2014, Joyce Manor released “Never Hungover Again,” a ten-song burst of pop-punk that served as a big leap for a b...

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Michigan born and Tennessee raised rapper Derek Minor (formerly known as “PRo”) has been adding his flavor of southe...

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“22, A Million” a symbolic journey for Bon Iver

Bon Iver, the primary creative vehicle of Justin Vernon, has returned with the follow-up to their 2011 expansive self-ti...

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Review of Frank Ocean’s “Blonde”

“Boys do cry, but I don’t think I shed a tear for a good chunk of my teenage years. It’s surprisingly my favorite ...

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Letter to the Editor: Kendrick Lamar

Dear editor,   This letter pertains to the music review, “Kendrick Lamar’s surprise mixtape unsurprisingly provocat...

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Long-awaited “The Life of Pablo” encapsulates the bizarre existence of Kanye

In what was perhaps the most unorthodox album release in music history — complete with name changes, a live-streamed f...

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Local electronica band Filmloom releases new album, ‘Perennial’

Listening to the sonic spectacle of “Fog Magic,” the second track on “Perennial,” you would be forgiven for thin...

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Kendrick Lamar’s new album: artistry, poetry, and bitter truth

When I sat down to write a review of rapper Kendrick Lamar’s newest venture, I already knew I had a tall task ahead of...

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Album review: Steven Wilson’s ‘Hand. Cannot. Erase.’

Whether progressive rock was ever truly progressive (or ever truly rock for that matter) is a point of much tedious deba...