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The Drums’ Pierce takes honest, solo approach in ‘Brutalism’

The Drums’ Pierce takes honest, solo approach in ‘Brutalism’

Kianna Znika, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019


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With the release of “Brutalism," The Drums’ solo member Jonny Pierce successfully delivered what any indie-pop fan desires: a satisfying album filled with raw, honest lyrics accompanied by an upbeat and new electronic approach. The album was released on April 5 and though this is the band’s...

Ariana Grande shows her vulnerable yet savage side with new album “thank u, next”

Ariana Grande shows her vulnerable yet savage side with new album “thank u, next”

Tiara White, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


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Less than six months after Ariana Grande dropped her Grammy winning album “Sweetener,” she came back as her most authentic and savage self on Feb. 8 with another non-skippable album full of pure and raw emotion, “thank u, next." While “Sweetener” highlights Grande’s process of picking...

The Frights’ ‘Hypochondriac’ is effortlessly mediocre

Elizabeth Corcoles, Arts & Entertainment Editor

August 25, 2018


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http://gty.im/940815730 The Frights' new album “Hypochondriac,” released Aug. 24 offer their listeners a darker, angsty and cleaner sound as far as production. The album clearly holds the element of vulnerability, somber and distraught, but the album shows minimal signs of growth. Although...

Death Cab for Cutie ‘Thank You for Today’ will make you miss home

Karen Miramontes, Staff Writer

August 24, 2018


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Death Cab for Cutie's ninth studio album, "Thank You for Today," should be recognized by its rare and relatable indie-pop songwriting by vocalist, Benjamin Gibbard as he expresses nostalgia, loss and new beginnings. Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(f...

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