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May 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Album journeys through vivid synth landscape

By | May 21, 2020

“Earth” by Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien, known as EOB is fresh and organic, complete with an electronic soundscape and dreamy vocals.

Review: Vulnerable lyrics empower Diet Cig album

By | May 15, 2020

“Do You Wonder About Me?” is Diet Cig’s latest, harrowing album that uses witty and vulnerable lyrics that catapult it to success.

Review: The Strokes delivers striking addition to discography

By | Apr 26, 2020

“The New Abnormal,” the first album from The Strokes in seven years, is nostalgic of the ’80s and will keep longtime fans satisfied.

Review: Grouplove creates dance tunes with catchy lyrics

By | Apr 8, 2020

While Grouplove sticks to its same techniques and sound, the band brings its listeners upbeat, catchy lyrics and dance-worthy songs.

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: 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.