Album Reviews

Khalid – American Teen

Landen Winkles “American Teen,” Khalid's debut album, is a promising amalgam of bedroom art-soul, 1980s new-wave pop and a union of lonely-boy mirror gazing with a sense of a larger cultural purpose. It most vividly...

Lil Durk – Love Songs for the Streets

Jordon Suber Lil Durk’s mixtape, “Love Songs For the Streets,” was released February 28. The mixtape has features from Young Thug, YFN Lucci and others. This mixtape consist of nine songs and on production, lil...

Jay Som – Everybody Works

by Landen Winkles Virtuous though it may be, patience is a difficult quality to capture in guitar rock, a medium that much prefers boldness, concision, and urgency. Perhaps that’s why Bay Area multi-instrumentalist Melina Duterte’s...

“Wild World” by Bastille

By Jimmy Sears In 2013, after Bastille spread throughout radio like wildfire at an impact comparable to the eruption that destroyed Pompeii centuries ago, listeners have waited with baited breath for Bastille to release their...

“The Chief” by Jidenna

By April Latham Does anybody remember “Classic Man” and how big of a hit it was? Well that’s exactly how it feels to listen to Jidenna’s debut album, “The Chief.” Released February 17, it is...

Ed Sheeran – Divide

April Latham Ed Sheeran released his newest album last Friday and like his other work, it is gold. He gives you a whole hour of bliss, starting with “Eraser.” This song talks about living day...
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