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“Let The Light In” Tour Reaches, Des Moines, IA

by Rachel O'Brienon May 11, 2018
  Strutting onto the stage in a sports bra and red joggers, Mandy Lee’s voice filled the air with the sound of their hit single “Machine.”   On Monday night, MisterWives performed their Des Moines, IA show with immense energy. The show was their fourth stop on their, “Let the Light In” tour. The tour […]

The 1975 Tease Upcoming Album: “Music For Cars”

by Ben LaScolaon May 9, 2018
It started with a cryptic message, typed up in white text on a black background. “THE 1975 A BRIEF INQUIRY INTO ONLINE RELATIONSHIPS.” The mysterious post, which was published on, April 29th by The 1975 on the band’s Twitter and Instagram pages, has a subheading that reads, “If I don’t get to see the beauty of […]

New Release – Dr. Dog: Critical Equation

by Teagan O'Connoron May 7, 2018
Album Titles   Whether it’s a self-titled debut album, or the first release of new music in 5 years, an album’s name is the most pure way to get a peak inside a musician’s head. Are they saying, “I’m Harry Styles and this is my sound”, or are they cluing you into the spark that […]

New Release Round-Up: The Hidden Gems of Pop Music

by Alyssa O'Brenskion April 7, 2017
Spring has sprung for pop lovers of every subgenre. In case April showers have you down, these bands are offering a sun-shining relief. Ranging from punk to indie, each artist showcases their own unique pop attitude, cultivating to form an array of addictive hits you don’t want to miss out on. Alternative Pop Oh Wonder, […]

Smaller Acts Not to Miss at Lollapalooza 2017

by Erin Riedlon March 30, 2017
The highly anticipated Lollapalooza lineup was released Wednesday,  Mar. 22.  Headliners include Muse, Lorde, Cage the Elephant, Wiz Khalifa, Blink-182, The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Zeds Dead and others. Once a long-awaited lineup is revealed, many are quick to jump on the news and elaborate on the headliners and more “well-known” acts. This article does the opposite […]

The 1975: The Voice of a Genre and a Generation

by Alyssa O'Brenskion January 11, 2017
If you are a 90’s baby, the world around you is a constant reminder of the rapidly evolved culture and society within our short lifetime. The memories of Polaroids and portable CD players are nearly as clear as those of iPhone photography and headphone jack-less earbuds. We are constantly playing catch-up with technology as much […]