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Album review: “Nectar” by Joji

Ever since Japanese singer-songwriter Joji (real name George Kusunoki Miller) released his debut hit album “BALLADS 1,” fans couldn’t help but ask...

Album review: A.G. Cook’s “Apple”

It takes a lot of dedication to executive-produce three full albums while in quarantine. A.G. Cook, the producer/singer/songwriter (and apparent workaholic) behind...

Album review: Aminé’s “Limbo”

In his third and most recent album, “Limbo,” Portland rapper Aminé dives into his serious side while still maintaining the fun atmosphere...

BLACKPINK & Selena Gomez’s “Ice Cream” review

If you thought powerful collaborations from female artists were going to stop, think again. Because K-pop group BLACKPINK and...

Album Review: Tame Impala’s ‘The Slow Rush’

Tame Impala’s newest album, ‘The Slow Rush,’ engulfs you in layers of funky, technicolor sounds and dares you to listen without tapping...

Album Review: Grimes’ ‘Miss Anthropocene’

Canadian artist and producer Grimes is a bit of a weirdo.  To create her critically acclaimed 2012 album, Visions,...

New Artist Spotlight: Mattiel

"And in 20 years time will it all be mine, or will I wish that I could take it all back?" -...

Artist spotlight: Everything Everything

Biting political commentary, sonic discombobulation, post apocalyptic affectations and ruminations on the purpose of life and evolution are just some of the...

November albums to keep an ear out for

FKA twigs — “MAGDALENE” ​(Nov. 8) U.K. pop surrealist FKA twigs will release her second studio album, ​”MAGDALENE​,” next...

Album review: 88rising’s ‘Head In The Clouds II’

As the seasons changee and the weather gets cooler, we begin to miss the hot summer days filled with no worries whatsoever....

New artist spotlight: Mercy Bell

Mercy Bell is a country/folk artist from Nashville, Tennessee, as well as an openly queer Latina-American. Her music is inspired by the...

Album review: Anna Akana’s ‘Casualty’

From releasing a book advocating for suicide prevention to having a small role in a big movie like “Ant-Man,” content curator Anna...
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