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Re:Mixing - In-person Cyberbullying with Alexis Manore and Frankie Walls

‘Re:Mixing’ – “In-person Cyberbullying” with Alexis Manore and Frankie Walls

By Eva Salzman, Eva Salzman December 9, 2021

 In this episode of Re:Mixing, host Eva Salzman sits down with Editor in Chief Alexis Manore and Managing Editor Frankie Walls. The two talk about their 10-song collaborative playlist “In-person...

AJR has mastered the ability to write heavy and moving lyrics without weighing down the tracks. It offers listeners a sense of community, allowing beauty to be found in a sea of darkness.

Review: Dynamic trio shows off talents in latest album

By Sydney Brumfield, Staff Writer April 6, 2021
AJR has mastered the ability to write heavy and moving lyrics without weighing down the tracks. It offers listeners a sense of community, allowing beauty to be found in a sea of darkness.
MGMT, the band best known for songs Kids and Electric Feel, have returned to its electronic roots in its fourth album Little Dark Age.

Review: Psychedelic pop album has presence and permanence

By Hannah Fitzpatrick, Contributing Writer February 18, 2018
“Little Dark Age” proves that though MGMT is not as currently popular as other well-known indie artists, the group is back — and it’s here to stay.
Most famously known for for its song Sail, alternative band AWOLNATION has released a new album. Here Comes the Runts breaks the boundaries of the bands previous genres.

Review: AWOLNATION admirably executes ambitious album

By Charlie Musante, Staff Writer February 6, 2018
"Here Come the Runts" is an album that has sailed far beyond the constraints of pop security and ends up a piece of art.
Alternative rock band They Might Be Giants is known for its exploration of different genres and absurd lyrics. Its newest album I Like Fun combines these characteristics to create a fresh and cohesive sound.

Review: ‘I Like Fun’ masterfully mixes musical influences

By Kara Bowen, Assistant Life and Culture Editor January 30, 2018
Unexpected instrumentals and a wide range of influences in "I Like Fun" keeps the signature quirkiness of They Might Be Giants from becoming stale.
Blue Madonna is the newest album from indie artist Børns. His usual heavy guitar and percussion are replaced by softer instrumentals and vocals, leading to songs that are both strong and delicate.

Review: Børns brings a softer sound to ‘Blue Madonna’

By Noa Covell, Staff Writer January 23, 2018
Back and more indie than ever, Børns was able to keep listeners hooked with each head bob–inducing track.
Fall Out Boys new album MANIA contains more electronic and pop elements than the band has produced before.

Review: Electronic experiment ‘MANIA’ misses the mark

By Kara Bowen, Assistant Life and Culture Editor January 23, 2018
“MANIA” would be acceptable as the early stages of a musical experiment, but is disappointing and disjointed as a final product.

Review: ‘Remember Us to Life’ accents Spektor’s vocal skills

By Olivia Riggio, Staff Writer October 17, 2016
Spektor’s method of manipulating the dynamics and moods of her songs, gives them a playful feel and demonstrates her technical musical prowess.
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