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Weave’s “Wide Open” is not too weird for comfort, complete success

Weave’s “Wide Open” is not too weird for comfort, complete success

William Carrington, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

Weaves’ first album, 2016’s “Weaves,” was pretty perfect. Their odd first project was centered around the band’s eccentric voice, that of Jasmyne Burke. Surrounded by the bassist Zack Bines and drummer Spencer Cole’s unique and transformative grooves, their first release did little wrong...

Young Thug, Future’s “SUPER SLIMEY” difficult listen, still a success

Young Thug, Future’s “SUPER SLIMEY” difficult listen, still a success

Charlie Zediker, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017

Young Thug and Future’s new album, “SUPER SLIMEY” was released on Oct. 20 as a surprise release, and found immediate success, peaking at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200. This is their first collaboration together, and although the album features two talented artists that express their Atlanta tra...

King Krule returns after four years with “The Ooz,” disappoints

King Krule returns after four years with “The Ooz,” disappoints

William Carrington, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

On Oct. 13, King Krule, alias for Archie Marshall, released his second full-length album, “The OOZ,” and it’s certainly that. Coming in at 19 songs and running an hour and six minutes, it is his worst project yet. After spending 2010 under the alias Zoo Kid and generating a reputation in the...

Netflix series “Mindhunter” gives surreal glimpse at serial killers

Netflix series “Mindhunter” gives surreal glimpse at serial killers

Klaria Holmes, Opinions Editor

October 20, 2017

On Oct. 13, Netflix released its newest original series titled “Mindhunter," based on the book “Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit” by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. “Mindhunter" is set in 1977, during the early days of the criminal psychology unit in the FBI. It fol...

Gucci Mane’s “Mr. Davis” is witty, impressive but tedious

Gucci Mane’s “Mr. Davis” is witty, impressive but tedious

Charlie Zediker, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

Gucci Mane’s newest album, “Mr. Davis,” was released on Oct. 13. Although the rapper has perfected the trap style of hip-hop, Mane’s new album lacks lyricism and artistic creativity, but he makes up for it somewhat with classic hooks and charisma. Gucci Mane, real name Radric Davis, began h...

Nadeen’s Top 5 Fall Foods

Nadeen’s Top 5 Fall Foods

Nadeen Al-Ostaz, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

New Miley Cyrus album showcases growth, true emotion

New Miley Cyrus album showcases growth, true emotion

Karina Patel, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

Many things have changed in Miley Cyrus’s life over the past year, evidently influencing her new album, “Younger Now.” Cyrus is seemingly reinventing herself and finding her musical identity following past projects and new changes in her life that has led her to change the way she performs an...

Netflix’s “#RealityHigh” follows unoriginal high school story, still enjoyable

Netflix’s “#RealityHigh” follows unoriginal high school story, still enjoyable

Karina Patel, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

New Netflix film, “#RealityHigh,” a more modernized version of the iconic movie “Mean Girls,” is only bland in comparison. Even with help from talented actors, it follows the same unoriginal storyline of high school cliques and mean girls, trying to showcase a certain message, you shouldn’t chang...

New sci-fi series “The Orville” successfully uses adult humor

New sci-fi series “The Orville” successfully uses adult humor

Anna Barrett, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

FOX’s first-ever sci-fi series, Seth MacFarlane’s “The Orville,” premiered this past week, and trust me—give it a chance before writing it off. If you are not a fan of MacFarlane’s humor from “Family Guy,” there is no need to worry. There is so little of it, you most likely won’t e...

LCD Soundsystem’s “American Dream” is unique, hiatus-ending album

LCD Soundsystem’s “American Dream” is unique, hiatus-ending album

William Carrington, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

Following their run of farewell concerts in 2014, including a four-hour appearance at Madison Square Garden, rock band LCD Soundsystem officially broke up. "We’ll do some 12’s and things like that,” lead singer James Murphy said in an interview with The Quietus in 2010. “I just need to get aw...

Kesha returns with new album “Rainbow” following sexual assault case

Kesha returns with new album “Rainbow” following sexual assault case

Livvy Cohen, Editor-In-Chief, Entertainment Editor

August 24, 2017

Following five years of silence with a grueling, emotional trial accusing producer Dr. Luke of Kemosabe Records of sexual assault and gender discrimination, pop musician Kesha has returned to the music scene stronger, and better, than ever with her new album, “Rainbow.” It’s evident that as an ar...

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