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Real life insanity thrives at The Marquis

JAPANESE PUNK RAGES IN DOWNTOWN There are very few acts that can be associated with the words “punk-rock Power Rangers.” One of the few and proud that rock this title is Peelander-Z. The group is a Japanese punk band currently based in New York City

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Streaming streamlines pathway to growth

FIRST DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH IN 20 YEARS Music isn’t dead, according to new market research done on the music industry. For the first time in 20 years, the music industry has soared above and beyond the benchmark of the previous market status quo. The burst

CD Review // Bishop Briggs

BISHOP BRIGGS // Teleport Records Bishop Briggs released her debut self-titled EP which blasts out a powerful performance that upholds her strength as a singer. Having nabbed the top 10 for the rock and alternative charts back in 2016 with her lead-single “River,” her EP

CD Review // Flint Eastwood

BROKE ROYALTY // Neon Gold Records Flint Eastwood, née Jax Anderson, released her EP Broke Royalty, on April 14. “Queen”—the first single from the EP—plays as the thematic backdrop to the EP, which is a twisting culmination of both dark and upbeat flares. Eastwood offers

CD Review // Little Dragon

SEASON HIGH // Loma Vista Recordings Little Dragon has recently been making waves in the electronic genre with sleek non-western sounding feature spots on both Flume and Odesza’s albums. Midst this success, the group recently released their fourth full-length album, Season High. The release is

Noise F.M// William Card

Being the Noise Editor for the Sentry has been a story of the duality between impulse and hesitation, feeling shook and inspired. Merge those experiences and you’ll find something in yourself you never knew was there. “When it comes to making pop music,” Lorde said

Single Review // Kendrick Lamar

“HUMBLE.” //Top Dawg Entertainment Kendrick Lamar is back with the standout track and music video, “HUMBLE.” off his upcoming release ALBUM. The single is without a doubt a complete paradigm shift in the rap scene. It has electronic beats matched with a repetitive piano layer.

CD Review // Cold War Kids

L.A. Divine // Capitol Records For die-hard fans seeking Cold War Kids signature sound and those who started listening to the band recently, it can be  collectively agreed that their most recent effort, L.A. Divine was a disappointment. The band didn’t recieve commerical success until Dear

CD Review // Father John Misty

Pure Comedy// SubPop Records Josh Tillman is the neurotic and sometimes pretentious face behind the indie folk facade Father John Misty. Pure Comedy his most recent album was released April 7 , covers everything from the absurdity of the recent election to the tediousness of pop

CD Review // Diet Cig

Swear I’m Good At This // (Frenchkiss Records) Take a moment to remember those awkward series of moments that exemplify being a teenager. Each uncomfortable exchange with a crush, and clunky maneuvering through the the social landscape can be heard in Diet Cig’s debut LP