Irish band opts for deeper electric sound

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

January 22, 2019

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When Mumford and Sons debut in 2007, the Irish band quickly gained a following, only continuing to grow over the next 11 years. After a year of radio silence, with little warning, Delta was dropped. The album contains 14 songs and lasts just over an hour. The music is similar to that of the last album, which marked an extreme ...

Thinking outside the ‘Bird Box’

Jackson Williams, Reporter

January 22, 2019

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Over the last few years, Netflix started issuing statements suggesting that they would begin shifting from predominantly providing content created by other people to predominantly creating content. Many movies and series have been created by Netflix since 2012ish, Stranger Things, Narcos, and House Of Cards have all gotten ...

Untitled Album: a review

Jack Williams, Reporter

December 21, 2018

Filed under A&E, Review

Untitled Album is a collaborative album (dubbed ‘arbitrary beat tape’) between Boston producer and occasional rapper, ovrcast, and Vallejo’s own sample guru, SELA, carved out of two live studio improv sessions (according to the bandcamp page). My previous encounters with SELA and his music have been oftentimes wonderfully perturbing yet occasionally fatally torpid, most...

A Star is Born: a review

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

December 21, 2018

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An immediate hit, A Star Is Born, the fourth remake of the 1937 film, debuted in early October and featured vocals and actors from stars such as Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, and music co-produced by Lukas Nelson, son of legend Willie Nelson. Within the first week of release, the album accompanying the film topped the Billboard ...

Quiet violence

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

October 29, 2018

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Hush, a 2016 thriller, is a staple of modern horror with its unique way of terrorizing the human psyche. Maddie, a deaf writer, lives alone in the woods as to gain inspiration for her novels. Although she has friends that live nearby, she finds herself in isolation from the world outside of her computer and phone. However, wi...

Return to the Hundred Acre Woods

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

October 12, 2018

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Winnie the Pooh is one of the most beloved characters in literary history. With its release in 1926, for almost 100 years parents have continued to share the story that was such a large part of their childhood with their children. But when Christopher Robin was debuted, the story was not the standard story of the hundred acre woods...

The tour with the great reputation

The tour with the great reputation

October 5, 2018

Taylor Swift has a big reputation, which she lived up to. With one lite main beautifly stage, two mini ...

Hockey Dad

Hockey Dad

October 5, 2018

Hockey Dad is an alternative band based out of Windang, Australia. The group is made of only two membe...

‘Comedown Machine’ holds a slightly stronger air of experimentation than first album

‘Comedown Machine’ holds a slightly stronger air of experimentation than first album

September 4, 2018

The smell of graphite is rank in my nostrils and a look of premature depletion is already staining m...

Dead Poets Society

Dead Poets Society

March 9, 2018

We all have an inner fire that burns and pushes us everyday to achieve our dreams, and we need to list...

In Colour Album-Jamie xx

March 9, 2018

This week’s review will dissect one of the most musically insurgent electronic albums since Daft Pu...

Blue Madonna Album- BØRNS

March 9, 2018

Nearly two and a half years after the release of the widely celebrated album “Dopamine”, BØRNS is...

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