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Migos | Culture II | Album Review

Record Label: Capitol Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Released in late January, Culture II by Migos is just more of their old sound in a shiny new package. This is the third studio album to come from the hip hop trio, but the

MGMT | Little Dark Age | Album Review

Record Label: Columbia Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars MGMT has created an album full of songs that sound nothing like MGMT songs. In this instance, that’s not a bad thing. Little Dark Age, their fourth album, still has their signature undercurrent of darkness,

No Age | Snares Like a Haircut | Album Review

Label: Columbia Records Rating: Three out of five stars No Age is more than a band; they are a wave of harmonious cacophony. The ambient punk band—also called “noise”—has released their new album, Snares Like a Haircut, which is a gritty, noisy return from their

BØrns | Blue Madonna | Album Review

Label: Interscope Records Rating: Five out of Five stars On Jan. 12, Garrett BØrns released his sophomore album, Blue Madonna, following his critically acclaimed 2015 debut album, Dopamine. Following where Dopamine left off, BØrns continues to explore the allures of life through songs that talk

The Shins | A Worm’s Heart | Album Review

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Record Label: Columbia Records In 2017, The Shins released their album Heartworms with a master plan. Since its release, frontman James Mercer had the desire—thanks to his wife’s suggestion over breakfast—to create a “flipped” version of the album. On

Yung Lean | Stranger: Album Review

Artist: Yung Lean Album: Stranger Release Date: Nov. 10th Yung Lean is the 21-year-old rapper from Stockholm that gained attention at the age of 16 for his hypnotic, monolithic, and space-age-infused music. He cultivated the internet movement known as the “sadboys” and has released his

Greta van fleet | From the Fires: Album Review

Artist: Greta van fleet Album: From the Fires Release Date: Nov. 10th Greta Van Fleet is a literal band of brothers Josh, Jake, and Sam Kiszka, along with Danny Wagner. And they’re bringing back classic rock with their own style. With the release of their