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Weezer’s ‘Pacific Daydream’ Longs for Summer’s Past

On Weezer‘s eleventh studio album, Pacific Daydream, the band explores summer nostalgia against girl troubles for the perfect rock record of a new teenage era. Coming off their successful tour with Panic! at the Disco last summer, Weezer have continued their steady cycle of releasing a record, touring, recording, and then hitting their fans with another […]

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‘Happy Hour’ is the Weezer Bar Anthem You’ve Needed

  Weezer is on the brink of another major release with their upcoming record Pacific Daydream, and “Happy Hour” only provides another example of how the band continues to broaden their sound. Departing from their signature Nineties guitar instrumentals, Weezer sings along a slow tempo with enriched production that translates the melancholy message of loneliness. […]

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St. Vincent Clashes Intelligence with Fear on ‘MASSEDUCTION’

By: Kyle Saavedra//   What do you get when you mix social critique, sexual kinks, and synth-heavy 80’s beats? Possibly one of the most definitive records of the 21st century. On MASSEDUCTION, St. Vincent crafts an LP that dissects modern American culture through a plastic lens and sheds light on intimate revelations. In fact, in […]

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‘Younger Now’ Is An Authentic Return to Miley’s Roots

By: Kyle Saavedra//   With the release of her sixth studio album, it’s safe to say that Miley Cyrus has come full circle in her career. From her days on Disney channel’s Hannah Montana to Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, Cyrus has showcased her profound ability to blend traditional pop music with her family’s […]

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