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Cohesiveness is Reinvented on Ed Sheeran’s New Album

By: Anna Glinski// We have waited for what seemed like ages for this. On March 3rd 2017, Ed Sheeran released his third studio album, titled ÷ (Divide). The bar was set very high for Sheeran considering it had been over two years since his last album release. With 12 perfectly and carefully crafted tracks (16 on …

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“Slide” by Calvin Harris ft. Frank Ocean & Migos

by: Drew Allen// If Frank Ocean comes out with a song, I’m going to write about it. If Frank Ocean comes out with a song featuring Migos (known homophobes/overall average hip-hop trio), I’m going to express my confusion about it. Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean and Migos are somewhat of an unexpected collaboration; nevertheless, “Slide” was …

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Lorde is Back with Game-Changing New Single, ‘Green Light’

By: Jordyn Tilchen// It’s been nearly four years since the release of Pure Heroine and our ears have been desperately yearning for more Lorde ever since. Sure, we had ‘Yellow Flicker Beat’ from The Hunger Games soundtrack to tide us over, but yesterday the New Zealand-bred artist finally answered our prayers with the debut of …

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What David Longstreth Imagined And What Dirty Projectors Became

by: Max Freedman// Which album is better: Bitte Orca or Swing Lo Magellan? Among fans of Dirty Projectors, a band that critics and listeners alike hold dear for their frayed, wailing take on oft-treaded pop and rock forms, this is a question that’s been a source of endless debate since Swing Lo Magellan’s release in …

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Sarah Darling Takes Us to Dream Country with First Independent Release

By: Kerry Gallagher// Earlier this year I said 2017 was going to be THE year for female country artists to rise up. It’s only nearing the beginning of March and I’ve already been proven right by Lauren Alaina and her sophomore release Road Less Traveled and now by Sarah Darling’s Dream Country. Dream Country, a …

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Priests: Mixing the Personal with the Political

By: Max Freedman// At the Women’s March on Washington, DC, the day after the 45th President was inaugurated, Scarlett Johansson delivered a seemingly obvious, yet easily overlooked, suggestion to a crowd of participants eager to defend civil rights. “I feel that, in the face of this current political climate, it is vital that we all …