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Yellow Days' new album,

A Misplaced Genius: The Drab Disappointment of “A Day in a Yellow Beat

Diana Piper, Reporter | October 8, 2020
The music lifts and drags in “A Day in a Yellow Beat,” a new 23-song album by Yellow Days. In one hour and 20 minutes, Yellow Days showcases his compositional talent, unfortunately dashed by his throaty vocals. 
Gus Dapperton’s

Gus Dapperton’s “Orca” shows improvement, lacks uniqueness

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | October 8, 2020
Gus Dapperton’s latest 10 track album, “Orca,” is a step forward for the 23-year-old indie pop artist, but overall doesn’t contain qualities that sets itself apart from his music contemporaries. 
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Music Review: “Colliding By Design” lacks unique edge

Sarah Helwig, Staff Reporter | March 21, 2017

For a decade their social media bios read “A defunct rock band from Seattle, Washington,” but after reuniting in 2015, Acceptance released their much awaited sophomore album 12 years later. “Colliding...

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Music Review: “I’m Only Dreaming” a strong success

Sarah Helwig, Staff Reporter | March 21, 2017

Texas natives Eisley released their fifth studio album, “I'm Only Dreaming,” on Equal Vision Records Feb. 17. Comprised of siblings and cousins from the DuPree family, this female fronted rock band...

Where good music lives

Where good music lives

Will Savage, Staff Writer | February 16, 2016

A common question that arises amongst college students is: Where are the best places to go out and experience live music? In the Bay Area, a variety of venues cater to all musical genres. The three popular...

Jerome LOL, Joy Again

Jerome LOL, Joy Again

Dylan Clark, Staff Writer | November 18, 2015

  Jerome LOL is the project of Los Angeles native, Jerome Potter who uses this counterpart to curate aesthetically avant-garde musical textures. His latest release "Deleted/Fool" is a compilation...

Chrome Sparks

Chrome Sparks

Dylan Clark, Staff Writer | November 15, 2015

Chrome Sparks: Brooklyn producer Jeremy Malvin’s project Chrome Sparks is definitely ranked as one of my favorites. The classically trained percussionist and multi-talented synth wizard is signed to...

FTSE, Kaytranada

FTSE, Kaytranada

Dylan Clark, Staff Writer | November 5, 2015

FTSE: FTSE is the alias of genre-expanding artist Sam Manville who creates enveloping and alluring textures under the electronic genre. Having worked with the likes of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs,...

Idiot Glee, Moods, Nao

Idiot Glee, Moods, Nao

Dylan Clark, Staff Writer | November 2, 2015

Idiot Glee: Drawing influences from Fleetwood Mac, Arthur Russell, Brian Wilson (Beach Boys) and 50's doo-wop, the synth-pop dreaminess of James Friley aka Idiot Glee creates warm, sunny textures lightly...

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