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BROCKHAMPTON’s New Album, “ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE” Confronts The Immortality of Systems of Oppressions

by Maddy Ipema
BROCKHAMPTON took a two year hiatus in order to figure out exactly what new sound and message they wanted to convey with their sixth studio album, ”ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE.” The extended timeout and reclusiveness that 2020 ushered in seems to have forced BROCKHAMPTON inherently towards self-discovery, reflection, and self-mastery.  The definition of the […]

BROCKHAMPTON Drops New Single, “BUZZCUT” Featuring Danny Brown

by Maddy Ipema
“BUZZCUT” is the first single to be released from BROCKHAMPTON’S upcoming sixth  studio album, ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE. The album title alone sets the theme for not only what we can anticipate from the album in the future – but perfectly encompasses and describes what “BUZZCUT” looks like and sounds like as a stand […]

Three New Singles for Your Summer Playlist

by Marissa Bachrach
“Get Back on You” by Summer Salt If you’re looking for an effortlessly chill song to add to your summer playlist, “Get Back on You” by Summer Salt is the perfect one. Summer Salt is an indie band based in Austin who describes their sound as having a “vibrant, yet breezy vocal harmony and colorful […]

BROCKHAMPTON Drops Two New Singles

by Maddy Ipema
The infamous self-proclaimed boyband, BROCKHAMPTON, has just dropped two new singles almost in secrecy earlier this week. The two new singles, “N.S.T.” and “Things Can’t Stay The Same” were only released onto BROCKHAMPTON’s YouTube Channel and can be found amongst the SoundCloud world as well – but they have yet to fully release these singles […]

Kevin Abstract Drops Surprise EP

by Daniel Friedland
Aside from a few hinting Instagram posts, Kevin Abstract‘s new EP ARIZONA baby was a complete surprise. At just barely 3 tracks (the first track is only a minute and a half), the EP is short. What it lacks in quantity, it makes up for in quality. The EP opens with “Big Wheels,” an experimental […]

Lollapalooza Reappears with Its Usual Hodge-Podge of Genres

by Henry Netherland
Chicago’s own Lollapalooza, equivalent of Coachella, returns again with its annual ruckus. This year’s lineup featured the likes of, The Weeknd, Jack White and Bruno Mars, the latter of which will be discussed later on.    Below, are my personal reviews of the acts I was able to catch. Clairo Within the confines of a beautifully […]