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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,...

Photo courtesy of Stone Music Entertainment

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....

Loving Lizzo: Playing her flute at the BET awards, Lizzo flaunts her musical talents. Her flute can be found in multiple songs throughout her album.

Lizzo promotes self-love in most recent album

Maia Schwallie, co-opinions editor
November 15, 2019

If I could get a tattoo of anything in the world, I would easily decide on an image of my icon: Lizzo. An American singer, rapper and classically trained flutist, Lizzo spreads her infectious self-confidence...

Kanye’s God-centered music disappoints

Tommy Marquardt, asst. sports editor
November 15, 2019

Kanye West has been, still is, and always will be one of pop culture’s most polarizing figures. Some say he’s a genius, others call him a buffoon. At 42 years old, society is still struggling to make...

Sun Kill Moons latest album, Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys of Blood.

Sun Kil Moon’s latest album provides unique experience for listeners

Ben Olson, staff reporter
April 12, 2017

Welcome to the world of Mark Kozelek, vocalist of the band Sun Kil Moon, where every person’s name is real, songs don’t need to rhyme, and just about everyone sounds like a man going through a midlife...

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