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Daily Archives: November 10, 2016

C.D. REVIEW: Meek Mill

DC4 (Down Boys) Meek Mill’s newest album DC4 was released on Oct. 28. The album boasts notable rap-centic artists like Young Thug, 21 Savage, and French Montana, among others. Much like in Mill’s previous work, Dreams Worth More Than Money, the album employs classical instruments

C.D. REVIEW: Avenged Sevenfold

The Stage (Capitol Records) Those days of teenage angst and rebellion are back with the help of Avenged Sevenfold’s latest album The Stage. Their newest venture attempted to break the internet through a surprise releases, similar to tactics employed by Beyoncé and Frank Ocean. With the

C.D. REVIEW: Empire of the Sun

Two Vines (Astralwerks) After an excruciating three years, fans finally can stop relistening to Walking on a Dream and Ice on the Dune and fawn over Empire of The Sun’s third album, Two Vines, released on Oct. 28. Days before Halloween, they gave their fans


Lady Wood (Island Records) Swedish artist Tove Lo released her sophomore album Lady Wood on Oct. 28, and the 12-track set provides a well-executed run of catchy, vaguely-familiar rhythms that set up the deceptive expectations of fluffy reiterations of butterflies-in-love lyrics and party anthems that

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NOISE F.M: William Card

According to the bountiful cornucopia-knowledge-bomb Wikipedia, “terms of use and conditions, are rules that one must agree to abide by in order to use a service.” I, like I imagine many of us, hastily click through the terms of use, and ping through multiple menus

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Does A Songwriter Deserve A Nobel Prize For Literature

BOB DYLAN WINS 2016 NOBEL PRIZE The Nobel Prize is widely accepted as the most prestigious award in the world. To win it is to be recognized as the globe’s most noteworthy figures in the likes of chemistry, physics, and literature. Instead, 2016’s latter prize

Lane 8 Digs To Engage & Detach From The Phone

Connected at the hip, hand, and now the wrist — tiny devices ping, buzz, and shake us into focusing on a screen the size of our palm instead of the expansive world around us. Cell phones persistently rival to rule our way of life, or,