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Album Review: Skylarking by XTC

When you hear the term underrated, in terms of music, you probably have a few artists that come to mind. Anyone who enjoys music, which is practically everyone, has at least a couple of artists they don’t believe gets the fair share of credit they deserve…

Album Review: “The Cars” by The Cars

The rise of 1980s new-wave music can be attributed to many driving factors: the death of disco, a seemingly endless output of prog-rock bands, the stigma attached to rising punk bands — so when The Cars released their self-titled debut in the summer of 1978, it was a breath of fresh air…

Album review: Four of Arrows by Great Grandpa

I was shown the song “Digger” from this album by our Music Director, Noah. I remember vividly he said to me, “hey, come listen to this awesome song,” so I did and we so into it….

Album Review: Fiona Apple – Fetch The Bolt Cutters

*Trigger Warning – themes of sexual assaultFetch The Bolt Cutters is the fifth album by Fiona Apple McAfee-Maggart, professionally known as Fiona Apple. Apple’s music can be considered art-pop with a sprinkle of jazz. Best known for her sultry 1996 hit, “Criminal,” Apple’s voice is full of depth and emotion….

Album Review: The Strokes – The New Abnormal

The New Abnormal is the first album The Strokes have released in over half a decade on April 10, 2020.r  Originally from New York City, they’ve been making music together since 1998, and are now considered quintessential indie rock…

Album Review: Hot Fuss by The Killers

When I think of albums that will likely stick with me for the rest of my life, one of the first that comes to mind is “Hot Fuss” by The Killers. Released in 2004, it’s the first album I vividly remember hearing …

Album Review: Childish Gambino’s “3.15.20”

3.15.20 is the fourth studio album by rapper Donald Glover, AKA Childish Gambino. After initially being uploaded onto his website…

Album Review: Wanderwild's "Sleep Tight, Socialite"

Wanderwild’s “Sleep Tight, Socialite” is a skillfully crafted indie rock album. With a run time of only thirty minutes, they bring back early aughts influences and give it a modern twist….

Album Review: Yaeji "WHAT WE DREW"

WHAT WE DREW 우리가 그려왔던 (We’ve Been Drawing) is Yaeji’s first full-length album, but she likes to refer to this project as a mixtape since each track closely resembles a diary entry…

“BLONDE” TRACK-BY-TRACK REVIEW

“Blonde” has a special place in my heart. In the months I moved away from home and began going through life entirely on my own for the first time, this is the album I listened to the most…

Album review: “Nothing Happens” by Wallows

“Nothing Happens feels to me like the pinnacle of indie rock. It sounds to me like how indie rock should sound and expresses the emotions that the genre was…

Album review: Conan Gray’s “Kid Krow”

At only twenty-one years old, Conan Grey has taken on the social media and music industry by storm. Beginning his career as a YouTuber, he discovered a passion for music and began….