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Tyler, the Creator Redefines Artistic Boundaries with New Album: IGOR

by Daniel Friedland
The long awaited and highly anticipated IGOR finally dropped, drawing a rift between Tyler fans, with half of them mildly disappointed and the other half bewildered by Tyler’s creative dive into gritty emotion. With such a big divide, is Tyler, the Creator‘s new project really a step up from Flower Boy, or has he digressed […]

Reactions to ‘Ride Waves’ – Griz’s New Album

by Katy Clark
After wiping his social media last year and going MIA, Grant Kwiecinski, also known as his stage name GRiZ, is back and better than ever. Known for his funky-fresh, glitch hoppin’, sexy saxaphone tunes, he intertwines electronic, soul, and funk music together to create an identifiable sound that is one of a kind. Up until […]

Why Lil Pump’s Harverd Dropout is Actually Good

by Daniel Friedland
Gazzy Garcia, the 18 year old rapper better known as Lil Pump, just dropped his long-awaited album, Harverd Dropout, on Friday. With more than a year’s worth of memes and press backing up the anticipation for the album, one question can finally be answered: Was the wait worth all the hype? The short answer is: […]

Arctic Monkeys: Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino Album Review

by Ben LaScola
 It’s a balmy night in Las Vegas…       Blurred neon lights decorate the sky overhead, and the chaos of the street leads you to duck into a small club off the strip. You make your way down a few crooked steps, past a bouncer who waves you inside with a curt […]

Me and That Man’s Songs of Love and Death – Review

by David Gagnon
Many were surprised when Nergal, the frontman of the notorious Polish death metal act Behemoth, announced that he was working on a folk/blues/country project. The project went unnamed for the longest time, with only clips of songs that Nergal posted to his Instagram. Eventually, we got a name, “Me and That Man,” and that Nergal […]

Griswolds Vocalize “High Times” in New Album

by Alyssa O'Brenski
Indie rock from down under invaded the new release wave last Friday, when Australian band The Griswolds released their newest album. High Times For Low Lives offers far more highs than lows, making this album one to consider adding to your music library. This album could not have started itself out on a higher note. […]