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All posts by Isaiah Mancha

Single Review | Mike Posner | Move On

Freshman year, a time of new beginnings and music. Mike Posner’s “Move On” is a single that it is uplifting and will give incoming freshmen and others an extra pep in their step. A song from the album A Real Good Kid, “Move On” has

Twenty One Pilots | Level of Concern | Single Review

Fueled By Ramen Rating: Thumbs Up In a time of hardship around the world, Twenty One Pilots released a new single that is fun, energetic, and uplifting in “Level of Concern.” A beat that reminisces the funk-pop of the 70s, the melody is soothing and blends in tremendously with

Deathiversary | Prince

June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016 Four years later, and many still praise the work and talent of pop sensation Prince. A musician who integrated many different levels of musical genres—from funk to rock, R&B, new wave, and soul—Prince was an individual that even Spotify notes,

Childish Gambino | 3.15.20 | Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Two years since the controversial and chaotic “This Is America” and four years since his last album release “Awaken, My Love!” actor and songwriter Childish Gambino released his fourth studio album 3.15.20 initially on the date that the album was titled after on

Lil Uzi Vert | Eternal Atake | Album Review

Atlantic Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Three years  after Luv Is Rage 2, Lil Uzi Vert returned to the recording studios, releasing his third studio album in Eternal Atake. An album that may seem overly long with its 18 tracks, Eternal Atake is anything but that. It is rather an hour-long

Plane Claps | Roger, Cleared to Land | Single Review

Shady Records Rating: Thumbs Up Airplane Claps has been in the shadows. That was until recently, when they released their new hit single “Roger, Cleared to Land.” This new, psychedelic, one beat melody opens to a single high pitch piano key. Audiences are rewarded with the soothing sound of

Sickness | Cough & Sneeze | Album Review

Young Money Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars With the breakout of COVID-19, pop punk band Sickness decided to release their debut album to the public. An album that is earsplitting, nerve wrecking, and downright hardcore (in the worst ways possible), Cough & Sneeze desperately sets the tone for

Tame Impala | The Slow Rush | Album Review

Modular Recordings Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Cutting it close to a year since the single releases of “Patience” and “Borderline,” Australian musical prodigy Tame Impala released their fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, in the middle of February. With a title such as