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Album Review

Disclosure-Caracal

Disclosure-Caracal

By: Megan Bockrath After reaching worldwide success in 2012, Disclosure just revealed why they are on top of the music world with their second studio album “Caracal”. Disclosure started in the early 2010s as a duo composed of siblings Guy and Howard Lawrence, with their ...

Brian James

December 3rd, 2015

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The Neighborhood – Wiped Out!

The Neighborhood – Wiped Out!

By: Jenny Goyer October 30th marked the release of the American soft alternative rock band: The Neighbourhood’s second full-length album titled Wiped Out!.  The group’s previous full-length, I Love You. broke records with the hit “Sweater Weather” and “Female Robbery”. ...

Brian James

December 1st, 2015

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5 Seconds of Summer – Sounds Good Feels Good

5 Seconds of Summer – Sounds Good Feels Good

By: Matty Jiles (@mattyplayzbass) Opening for One Direction’s 2013 “Take Me Home” tour was the breakout moment for 5 Seconds of Summer. After this tour, the pop punk band came home to Australia to play a sold out tour, and signed to Capitol Records, which released their ...

Brian James

November 10th, 2015

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Mayday Parade – Black Lines

Mayday Parade – Black Lines

By: Matty Jiles (@mattyplayzbass)   In 2006, Mayday Parade’s debut album A Lesson in Romantics provided the pop-punk community with anthems of hardships, and was included on Rock Sound’s “The 51 Most Influential Pop Punk Albums of All Time” list. These songs got Mayday ...

Brian James

October 27th, 2015

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City and Colour- If I Should Go Before You

City and Colour- If I Should Go Before You

By: Logan Sellers Dallas Green recently released his fifth album as City and Colour, entitled, If I Should Go Before You. Green’s song, “The Girl”, captured my heart when it was first released in 2008, but for some odd reason, I failed to explore any of his other

Brian James

October 20th, 2015

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Gary Clark Jr. – The Story of Sonny Boy Slim

Gary Clark Jr. – The Story of Sonny Boy Slim

By: Ryan Blair (@festivalforcast) There once was a time when the music industry was littered with iconic guitarists, but recently there has been a Rock n’ Roll void that needs to be filled. With the exception of a few recent greats like John Mayer and Dave Grohl, there

Brian James

September 17th, 2015

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Toro Y Moi – Samantha

Toro Y Moi – Samantha

By: Taylor Bauer @taylorbauersays It’s been a lackluster summer, in my opinion. It rained, a lot. It went by too fast, as always. The most disappointing aspect of the season? Music. Other than a few albums that I really, REALLY, loved (looking at you, Wilco’s ...

Brian James

September 10th, 2015

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My Morning Jacket – The Waterfall

My Morning Jacket – The Waterfall

By: Taylor Bauer (@taylorbauersays)   It’s been four years since My Morning Jacket’s (MMJ) last studio album Circuital made everyone collectively drop their jaws in disbelief that such a classic rock album could be written in a time that rock was, for lack ...

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May 5th, 2015

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Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

By: Khia Donald (@hipsterbandita) Three years ago Kendrick Lamar released one of the greatest hip-hop albums in the history of the genre. On March 20th Kendrick dropped his third studio album entitled To Pimp a Butterfly. This album is a reminder of Kendrick’s immense talent

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May 3rd, 2015

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Lady Lamb – After

Lady Lamb – After

By: Taylor Bauer (@taylorbauersays) There’s a fever spreading across the alternative punk scene right now, and that fever is girl power. The amount of quality albums that have been released this year by female-fronted punk outfits is incredibly rewarding for fans of ...

Brian James

April 29th, 2015

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