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Did you know? Del Reys new album drops

Did you know? Del Rey’s new album drops

Max Beitzel, asst. features editor
April 21, 2023

Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd is the newest album by singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey, released on March 24. The album is a mixed bag of some amazing songs, confusing stylistic choices,...

Not your dads yacht rock: Yachty embraces rock in new album

Not your dad’s yacht rock: Yachty embraces rock in new album

Max Beitzel, asst. features editor
March 17, 2023

On Jan 27, 2023, an artist known for his trap music, Lil Yachty, released a psychedelic rock album called Let’s Start Here. Before Let’s Start Here, Lil Yachty had not stepped out of his comfort zone...

Hyperpop excellence

Max Beitzel, asst. features editor
February 17, 2023

On her 2020 album, how i’m feeling now, Charli XCX pushed the boundaries of the pop genre through the incorporation of hyperpop and experimental electronic sounds unlike any other mainstream pop artist....

How To Be A Human Being hits all the right notes

Maddie Cloutier, co-features editor
March 18, 2022

How to be a Human Being by Glass Animals, a British alternative band, was released on Aug. 26, 2016 as their second full album. Since then, Glass Animals released Dreamland in 2020, which has received...

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Singer Eric Nam pops with new English album

Raina Sayson, Staff Writer
February 11, 2022

Until the release of his second album, There and Back Again, I had only known the Korean American singer-songwriter Eric Nam as a TV entertainer, and didn’t listen to much of his music. Released on Jan....

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