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La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Screen shot of staff reporter Leart Grbeshi and his review set up for the new Kanye West album, Vultures 1.

Kanye West drops 35th studio album

Leart Grbeshi, Staff Reporter | March 14, 2024

On Feb. 9, “Vultures 1” was finally released and became Kanye West's 11th consecutive studio album to debut on the Billboard 200, the most of any artist, ever. On top of that, he did so with minimal...

Graphic for the album review of Maggie Lindemanns HEADSPLIT. The graphic contains her album cover, that is inspired by the re-worked bear trap head piece from the torture-horror movie franchise, Saw.

Pop princess turned alternative artist continues strongly in the genre

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-In-Chief | March 10, 2024

Maggie Lindemann released her newest EP “HEADSPLIT” on March 8; while it’s one of Lindemann’s best lyrically, it falls short in comparison to her previous jumps into rock. Lindemann started...

A look at Nirvana Soul’s open mic night

Drusilla Ingebrigtsen, Freelance Video Reporter | February 4, 2024

The coffee shop, Nirvana Soul, holds a free open mic night every Thursday and Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m. Local talent from all around the San Jose area and beyond, joins together to showcase their...

Jon Orc, lead singer and guitarist of Hemorage, sings to the gathered crowd of fans, with cop cars flashing their lights in the distance.

Bands of the bay: Hemorage

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-in-Chief | January 24, 2024
“Pull up right behind them,” Drummer Ron Roussell said to lead vocalist and guitarist, Jon Orc. Orc rounds the corner in their bus, quickly met with the flashing red and blue lights of six cop cars parked down the street.
DA Voices: What is your favorite music genre?

DA Voices: What is your favorite music genre?

Blen Ketema, Freelancer | December 17, 2023

“DA Voices” is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question to different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Staff picks: Favorite album of all time

Staff picks: Favorite album of all time

Mackenzie Jardine, Staff Reporter | November 2, 2023

Our reporter, Mackenzie Jardine, asked La Voz staff to share some of their favorite albums and gave those albums reviews of her comment and ranking. Quotes have been edited and condensed for clarity. Samara...

Yoongi (SUGA) from BTS performs his single Moonlight in his final show in Oakland on May 17.

Agust D ends U.S. leg of solo tour in Oakland

Nikita Bankar | May 23, 2023

Agust D, also known as Yoongi and SUGA from BTS, finished up the U.S. segment of his first solo world tour in Oakland on May 17. Yoongi first joined the music industry with the South Korean band in...

The Weeknd captivates audience members at his After Hours Til Dawn tour at Levis Stadium on Aug. 27.

The Weeknd is the real Artist of the Year

Saira Ahmed, Freelance photographer | December 10, 2022

Taylor Swift accumulated six wins at this year’s American Music Awards on Nov. 20. She undoubtedly broke records with her album release of “Midnights” on Oct. 21, once again establishing her role...

Photo by Samuel Bradley

The 1975 strikes again with their most sincere, hopeful album yet

Emma Caires | November 5, 2022

The 1975, a British alternative-rock band, is back with their fifth studio album, “Being Funny In A Foreign Language.” Containing 11 songs, this record is packed with 43 minutes and 32 seconds of wide-ranging...

Taylor Swift introduces dreamy pop songs with ‘Midnights’

Taylor Swift introduces dreamy pop songs with ‘Midnights’

Rory Conlon | November 3, 2022

Note: This album review covers the original version of “Midnights” that has 13 tracks, not the 20 tracks from "Midnights (3am Edition)" deluxe album. On “Midnights,” Taylor Swift’s tenth...

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