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Health & NoLife | Hard to be a God: Single Review

Artist: Health & NoLife Single: Hard to be a God Release Date: 2017 With the artistic minds of both HEALTH and NOLIFE, the ever-wavering broodiness of both parties have been brought together in “Hard To Be A God.” Haunting lyrics echo over the calloused and

Ho99o9 | Neighborhood Watch: Single Review

Artist: Ho99o9 Single: Neighborhood Watch Release Date: 2017 In this increasingly evolutionary period of human history, it is only natural that hip hop and hard-core punk would coincide into the form of a gritty, mutinous band that goes by Ho99o9—pronounced “horror.” Following their first full

Taylor Swift | Gorgeous: Single Review

Artist: Taylor Swift Single: Gorgeous Release Date: Oct. 20th, 2017 “Gorgeous” is Taylor Swift at her worst. Released on Oct. 20, the track compromises the quality of her otherwise promising album, Reputation, with juvenile themes and a lackluster production. Rhythmically, the song has all the

Death Grips | Steroids: Single Review

Artist: Death Grips Album: Steroids Release date: 2017 Earlier this year, Death Grips released “Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber),” and the underground music scene was violently shaken by the latest sounds from the industrial experimental hip hop group. The group consists of Tera Melos’ Zach

Liam Gallagher | Greedy Soul: Single Review

Artist: Noel Gallagher Single: Greedy Soul Release date: Sept. 27th, 2017 Liam Gallagher, the former vocalist for Oasis, released his single on Sep. 27 entitled “Greedy Soul.” The song captures the relaxed vocals that listeners are accustomed to from Gallagher, emulating the established brit-pop style

Morrissey | Spent the Day in Bed: Single Review

Artist: Morrissey Single: Spent the Day in Bed Release date: Sept. 19th, 2017 On Sept. 19, the English singer and songwriter Morrissey released his single “Spent the Day in Bed,” whose main message talks about how humanity should “switch off” from the world and enjoy

Up All Night | Beck: Single Review

The “Up All Night” video from Beck’s fourth coming album Colors begins with a drunken 16-year-old boy collapsing on top of a pool table at a seemingly never-ending house party. His friend, played by the charming French actress Solene Rigot, begins her journey to save

Modern Woman | Tennis: Single Review

“Modern Woman” is off of Colorado band Tennis’ fourth album, Your’s Conditionally. Tennis is composed of duo Alaina Moore and her husband Patrick Riley. The couple, who met at CU Denver, got together to create visually appealing videos that must be watched from beginning to

Look What You Made Me Do | Taylor Swift: Single Review

Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” is shockingly different from the Taylor Swift fans and viewers have seen over the years. Swift has traversed through the forms of the country sweetheart to the classy pop star. Now, Swift is taking on

Skywalker | Miguel: Single Review

Artist: King Krule Single: Czech One Release date: Aug. 23rd, 2017 On Aug. 25 Miguel came back with a new song “Sky Walker” and it is just as good as his previous hits. He returned with a unique track that is unusual for Miguel, but