Music Archive

  • Alex Mohr / Feature Writer Welsh pop punk band Neck Deep has recently released its third studio record, “The Peace And The Panic,” following 2015’s “Life’s Not Out To Get You”. […]

    Neck Deep’s “The Peace And The Panic” brings new life to pop punk

    Alex Mohr / Feature Writer Welsh pop punk band Neck Deep has recently released its third studio record, “The Peace And The Panic,” following 2015’s “Life’s Not Out To Get You”. […]

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  • Written by: Elizabeth Harris At the 59th annual Grammy awards, Adele’s “25” and “Hello” seemed to almost sweep categories like Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album and Song […]

    Beyoncé and Adele at Grammys

    Written by: Elizabeth Harris At the 59th annual Grammy awards, Adele’s “25” and “Hello” seemed to almost sweep categories like Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album and Song […]

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  • Written by: Elizabeth Harris If Beyonce is the queen of pop/R&B, then Kehlani is the princess, coming back with the album “SweetSexySavage.” Kehlani first caught my attention with her single […]

    Kehlani releases new album

    Written by: Elizabeth Harris If Beyonce is the queen of pop/R&B, then Kehlani is the princess, coming back with the album “SweetSexySavage.” Kehlani first caught my attention with her single […]

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  • Written by: Alex Cotterman On Feb. 3, Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, better known as Big Sean, released his fourth studio album I Decided. The 14-song, 50 minute project focuses on […]

    I Decided. to review Big Sean’s new album

    Written by: Alex Cotterman On Feb. 3, Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, better known as Big Sean, released his fourth studio album I Decided. The 14-song, 50 minute project focuses on […]

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  • Written by: Asha McCarty Three years ago, Ed Sheeran’s chart-topping album “x” released. “X”, or often called “Multiply,” was the last taste of new music that was released to the […]

    Divide review

    Written by: Asha McCarty Three years ago, Ed Sheeran’s chart-topping album “x” released. “X”, or often called “Multiply,” was the last taste of new music that was released to the […]

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  • Written by Asha McCarty Oops, she did it again. Britney Spears’s Glory has millions raving. Glory, the ninth album in Spears’s’ discography, is an absolute triumph. Her voice flutters over […]

    Oops, she did it again

    Written by Asha McCarty Oops, she did it again. Britney Spears’s Glory has millions raving. Glory, the ninth album in Spears’s’ discography, is an absolute triumph. Her voice flutters over […]

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  • Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj On Friday, January 15, Panic! At the Disco released “Death of a Bachelor,” their fifth album. Prior to the release of this album, Panic! At the […]

    Panic! at the new album

    Written by: Kristiana Lulgjuraj On Friday, January 15, Panic! At the Disco released “Death of a Bachelor,” their fifth album. Prior to the release of this album, Panic! At the […]

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  • Writen by: Dharma Rodgers Ben Rector has come back with his best album yet. His latest album, Brand New, debuted August 28th, 2015, with powerful, easy-to-listen-to tracks that make you […]

    Ben Rector is feeling “Brand New”

    Writen by: Dharma Rodgers Ben Rector has come back with his best album yet. His latest album, Brand New, debuted August 28th, 2015, with powerful, easy-to-listen-to tracks that make you […]

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  • Written by: Stephanie Campbell Citizen’s capturing new album “Youth” is used to reflect the deep stuff; the lyrics that have you screaming in your car; the stuff that makes you […]

    “Youth” captures

    Written by: Stephanie Campbell Citizen’s capturing new album “Youth” is used to reflect the deep stuff; the lyrics that have you screaming in your car; the stuff that makes you […]

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  • By Danny Alyea Music is culture. The industry grows exponentially every year. And a need for the trade rises as well. Among the majority of people, teenagers and kids younger […]

    Music over intelligence

    By Danny Alyea Music is culture. The industry grows exponentially every year. And a need for the trade rises as well. Among the majority of people, teenagers and kids younger […]

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