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Mac Miller’s “Circles” Is the Rolling Credits to His Beautiful Existence

by Maddy Ipema
Mac Miller has come down and gifted the universe with a posthumous album almost two years after his tragic, unexpected death. As I die hard fan myself, I never thought I would ever hear another Mac album again; let alone an accompaniment to his last album, “Swimming.” His family took to Instagram last week to […]

Governors Ball Lineup Released

by marissabachrach
The lineup for Governors Ball, the NYC summer music festival, was released on Thursday, January 16. Headliners include Tame Impala, Missy Elliott, Flume, Vampire Weekend, Solange, and Miley Cyrus. The festival’s lineup also features many popular up-and-coming artists such as Steve Lacy, Dominic Fike, Cuco, YBN Cordae, and Princess Nokia. The festival will take place over […]

Earl Sweatshirt’s “FEET OF CLAY” Finds Re-Birth Amongst Destruction

by Maddy Ipema
Earl Sweatshirt emerged from his cave with the release of his new EP, “FEET OF CLAY” that dropped on November 1 of 2019. Sweatshirt’s last project, “Some Rap Songs” was only 25 minutes in length total, averaging out to each song only being about a minute and a half long. “Some Rap Songs” proved Sweatshirt […]

Pre-Release Review: Bandaid Brigade’s Breakout Album

by Sarah Roberts
Bandaid Brigade drops their debut album “I’m Separate” on January 21. The band consists of Zach Quinn (PEARS) on guitar, bass and vocals, Brian Wahlstrom (Scorpios, Gods of Mount Olympus) playing keys and vocals, Paul Rucker (Armchair Martian, Street Dogs, Drag The River) on drums and Chris Fogal (The Gamits) playing guitar. With Wahlstrom being […]

Camouflage—A Blend of Old and New

by Sarah Roberts
The Front Bottoms (TFB) released a new single, “Camouflage,” along with a music video on December 20. The New Jersey based band’s last release was in March of 2018 with Tie Dye Dragon, so this release was a pleasant surprise with little indication of a new track coming out. Back in September, the band’s twitter […]

The Rise of Gibbs

by Eric Hendrix
There has been an argument around the state of Hip Hop and Rap recently. Concerns with where the importance of the genre is being placed right now have been raised. Is the focus on the lyrics and subject matter or is the focus on the sound and production quality? This is an argument I see […]

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