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While The Weeknds new album is emotional and soul-bearing, it fails to experiment beyond his usual R&B sound.

Review: The Weeknd delivers emotional synth-pop album

By Lucas Jafet April 4, 2020

Returning from a four-year album hiatus, R&B icon The Weeknd has released his latest project, “After Hours.” From start to finish, The Weeknd uses an array of synthesizers, auto-tune and echo to...

Review: Singles for the Week of 3/29

Review: Singles for the Week of 3/29

By Olivia Riggio, Life & Culture Editor March 30, 2019

“Mi Persona Favorita” Alejandro Sanz & Camila Cabello Released March 28, 2019 Universal Music Spain This collaboration between Spanish musician Alejandro Sanz and American pop star...

Review: Singles for the week of 9/15

Review: Singles for the week of 9/15

By Jake Leary, Life and Culture Editor September 16, 2017

“Misbehaving” Labrinth Released Sept. 15 Simco Limited   The first 30 seconds of Labrinth’s “Misbehaving” sound like an alien abduction. A warbly synth is followed by a modulated,...

I See You is the latest release by English indie pop band, The xx, and topped the UK charts within a week of release.

Review: Indie group The xx hits the mark with ‘I See You’

By Kate Nalepinski January 20, 2017
Though the individual tracks on "I See You" fall flat, the album as a whole comes together to form a compelling, cohesive indie pop experience.

Review: Relaxing tracks pleasantly groove in ‘Grace/Confusion’

By Jared Dionne, Senior Writer December 10, 2012
On his new album, “Grace/Confusion,” Dayve Hawk draws from a broad spectrum of instrumentation.
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