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The Voidz | Virtue | Album Review

Record Label: Cult Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars On March 30, The Voidz released their sophomore album Virtue, following the release of their 2014 album Tyranny. In what is a rather lengthy album, Virtue clocks in at an hour long and is stuffed

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Chewy & Bach | Poison | Single Review

By Alec Witthohn Record label: Unsigned Chewy & Bach’s new single “Potion” features vocalist Tucker Riley amidst a haunting mix of electronic and acoustic sounds with lyrics that speak about coping mechanisms. “I feel like everyone in the world is gonna go through some shit

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Taylor Swift | Delicate | Music Video Review

Record label: Big Machine Records Taylor Swift’s music video for the song “Delicate” is a somewhat metaphorical representation of Swift’s personal life. The video starts off with Swift being bombarded by photographers, manic fans, and interviewers, in addition to constantly being surrounded by bodyguards herself.

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Bea Miller | Aurora | Album Review

Record label: Hollywood Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars On season two of The X-Factor, 19-year-old singer Bea Miller rose to fame. Her second studio album, aurora, is a compilation of the three EPs she released over the last year along with five new

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Father John Misty | Mr. Tillman | Single Review

Record Label: Sub-Pop Records “Mr. Tillman,” released Feb. 20, is a new single from Father John Misty. His real name is Joshua Michael Tillman, which seems to be where his new single stems from—himself. The song starts off with the sound of what seems like

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Shannon & The Clams | Onion | Album Review

Record Label: Hardly Art Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Shannon & The Clams is perhaps the closest thing this generation will ever get to real rock ‘n’ roll. With Del Shannon and John Waters as clear (and endearing) reference points, The Clams bring

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David Bowie | The Berlin Trilogy | Vinyl Review

Record Label: Parlophone Rating: 5 out of 5 stars In the 1970s, David Bowie consecutively released the Berlin trilogy, consisting of the albums Low, Heroes, and Lodger. Since its initial release, the trilogy hasn’t been on vinyl all together since 1991. The record label Parlophone