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Summer Music: Best songs of the summer

John Bricker and Christian Trujano | August 27, 2018

BROCKHAMPTON – "1998 TRUMAN" The Los Angeles based rap group’s single from their upcoming album, “The Best Years Of Our Lives,” is an abrasive, off-the-wall testament to the collective’s...

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Summer Music: Denzel Curry releases inconsistent opus

John Bricker, Staff Reporter | August 4, 2018

Denzel Curry’s dark rap epic “TA13OO,” released on July 27, falls short of its own conceptual ambition while still offering plenty of intense, diverse material. The Miami rapper broke out in 2015...


Summer Music: New Jersey band delivers 2000s throwback

John Bricker, Staff Reporter | July 22, 2018

New Jersey rock band Save Face released their full length debut, “Merci,” on July 13, delivering a solid throwback to the emo alternative-rock and pop-punk of the 2000s. The band’s performances...


Summer Music: New jazz epic disappoints with repetition

Christian Trujano, Editor-In-Chief | July 17, 2018

Kamasi Washington debuted his second full length album on June 22, “Heaven and Earth,” a two disk spiritual jazz epic that drowns its potential in a huge tracklist. Los Angeles native Kamasi Washington...


Summer Music: Despite controversy, BROCKHAMPTON drops fire track

John Bricker, Staff Reporter | July 15, 2018

BROCKHAMPTON’s latest single, “1999 WILDFIRE,” released on July 7, proves that they can continue creating beautiful music despite recent controversy. Dubbing themselves “The World’s Greatest...


Summer Music: Gorillaz drops sweet, disappointing album

John Bricker, Staff Reporter | July 8, 2018

Virtual band Gorillaz’ latest album, “The Now Now,” released on June 29, is a pleasant but dull experience, filled with pretty, but underdeveloped songs. Created by comic book artist Jamie Hewlett...

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