October 21, 2021
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Review: Indie album lacks lyrical substance

By | Feb 26, 2021

“Get a Good Look Pt. 1” is a cut-and-paste Sports EP with little experimentation. This EP is indistinguishable from the band’s previous works.


Review: Foo Fighters maintain its usual sound

By | Feb 16, 2021

“Medicine at Midnight” is for the most part just like every prior Foo Fighters album, but there is still some fun to be had.


Review: Singles for the weeks of 2/28

By | Mar 4, 2020

“17”
Pink Sweat$
Released Feb. 28
Atlantic Recording Company
This song’s smoothed out vocals and simple beat are the perfect match.


Review: 70s-inspired album rushes away from band’s roots

By | Feb 26, 2020

After teasing fans with four singles off its upcoming album, Tame Impala finally released “The Slow Rush.” As anticipated, the album follows the band’s neo-psychedelic rock style, but it also offers a nod to the 70s and experiments with disco-funk elements. 


Review: Bieber transforms former pop style into electro-R&B

By | Feb 25, 2020

What is the sign of true growth?


Review: Album is a refreshing twist on bands traditional style

By | Feb 19, 2020

Emerging from its four-year hiatus, Green Day’s new album “Father of All…” works to incorporate a new sound into the band’s repertoire.


Review: Album hindered by forgettable sound

By | Feb 11, 2020

Louis Tomlinson was never one of the flashiest members of One Direction, even during the band’s peak of success.


Review: Posthumous album is a fitting goodbye

By | Jan 29, 2020

After his arrival to the hip-hop scene in the late 2000s, rapper Mac Miller’s music was characterized by nonstop, exponential growth.


Review: Indie-pop album embodies “All The Feels”

By | Oct 8, 2019

Fitz and The Tantrums, the six-person indie-pop and neo-soul band from Los Angeles is on a high note with its new album.


Review: Singer delivers outlandish addition to punk anthology

By | Sep 17, 2019

Iggy Pop is one of the few artists who perfectly represents the spirit of punk.


Review: Lana Del Rey offers somber self-reflection in album

By | Sep 8, 2019

Two years after taking a dreary look at Hollywood in “Lust For Life,” Lana Del Rey returns to her nostalgic roots with her sixth and latest record, “Norman F—— Rockwell!” The album cover features a painted blue sky and Del Rey with a male companion, reaching out to the camera, inviting the listener to join her.


Review: Loss and pain explored in moving R&B album

By | Sep 4, 2019

Raphael Saadiq’s 40-year-long music career is one well–versed in R&B.