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Review: Singles of the week 8/25

Review: Singles of the week 8/25

By Molly Fitzsimons, Co-Life and Culture Editor September 1, 2023
Singles for the week of 8/25.

Review: ‘Starboy’ shines in the Weeknd’s latest release

By Colin Barrett, Staff Writer December 3, 2016
The Weeknd has created one of the most fun and hypnotizing albums of 2016. His themes of materialism and betrayal immerse listeners into “Starboy”.
Review: Foo Fighters mellow album plays smoothly

Review: Foo Fighters mellow album plays smoothly

By Allie Hartley, Contributing Writer November 19, 2014
Foo Fighter's latest album "Sonic Highways" is an excellent portrayal of the group's signature rock sound.
Review: Rock icons say goodbye to fans with enchanting CD

Review: Rock icons say goodbye to fans with enchanting CD

By Ashley Wolf, Staff Writer November 19, 2014
Pink Floyd's final album, "The Endless River," is a great send-off for the iconic group.
Review: Metal group Obliterations poisoned by tired vocals

Review: Metal group “Obliterations” poisoned by tired vocals

By Evin Billington, Life & Culture Editor November 12, 2014
Lackluster vocals turn "Poison Everything" into an abrasive musical experience.
Review: The Ting Tings mend past mistakes with modern disco fever

Review: ‘The Ting Tings’ mend past mistakes with modern disco fever

By Frances Johnson, Opinion Editor November 11, 2014

Recovering from a disastrous second album, which the Guardian described as “saying goodbye to their audience,” The Ting Tings have re-emerged to produce a new album with a new sound. Though it may...

Review: Taylor Swift ventures into pop realm with 1989

Review: Taylor Swift ventures into pop realm with ‘1989’

By Serena Weiss, Contributing Writer November 5, 2014
The celebrated country singer is back with her new, more pop-oriented album, "1989."
Review: Newest release from Grouper finds beauty in detail

Review: Newest release from Grouper finds beauty in detail

By Liam Whalen, Contributing Writer November 5, 2014
Songwriter Liz Harris offers up intricate, detailed music in her newest release, "Ruins."

Review: Neil Diamond manages to stay fresh with “Melody Road”

By Matthew Radulski, Contributing Writer October 29, 2014
Folk veteran Neil Diamond may touch on some tired topics in "Melody Road," but the album still succeeds as an enjoyable listen.

Review: Singer-songwriter Ben Howard taps into darker sounds

By Serena Weiss, Contributing Writer October 29, 2014
Acoustic guitar meets new, darker instrumentals in Ben Howard's newest studio release.

Review: Dual release from Childish Gambino showcases rapper’s versatility

By Corey Hess, Assistant Photo Editor October 21, 2014
Childish Gambino finds rap nirvana in his newest dual release.

Review: Indie duo ‘Wampire’ survives transition to full band

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer October 21, 2014

Going from a two-piece act to a full band can be an awkward or convoluted process. But with indie-rock band Wampire’s new album, “Bazaar,” songwriters Rocky Tinder and Eric Phipps make the transition...

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