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FINNEAS brings pessimism to Optimist

Greg Neppl, guest columnist
November 12, 2021

Following his successful 2019 EP, Blood Harmony, FINNEAS has finally released Optimist, his debut album. However, do not be tricked by the title’s name. In the album, FINNEAS expresses his troubled experiences...

Source: cuindependent.com

Billie Eilish appeals to Gen Z. with new album

Tommy Marquardt, web editor
April 22, 2019

For some time now, Gen Z has been looking for someone to be their so-called “voice of the generation”— someone to relate to the way that the baby boomers connected to Bob Dylan or how Gen X saw Kurt...

Travis Scott brings the heat on Astroworld

Travis Scott brings the heat on Astroworld

Brendan Wolf, asst. a&e editor
September 28, 2018

Travis Scott burst on the rap scene in 2012 after dropping out of school and collaborating with Kanye West’s record label, appearing on their 2012 Summer Mixtape. His fame only grew from then on, as...

Weezer’s self-titled album embodies love for West Coast, classic vibes

Weezer’s self-titled album embodies love for West Coast, classic vibes

Nick Moran, asst. a&e editor
April 22, 2016

I’ve been backstabbed before. Being a fan of the alternative artist Beck myself, as I looked through albums new and old, they would either treat me to perplexing, fresh songs I loved or, with the release...

The Best of the Best

Jake Aquino, asst. opinions editor
October 3, 2014

Music critic Jake Aquino reviews his favorite album, song and live performance of the summer. BEST ALBUM: GREEN LANGUAGE BY RUSTIE One of the most underrated DJs simply due to his operating outside...

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