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Living their lives as punk activists, Priests originate from a city rich with political activism and an exploding music scene. The D.C. four-piece that consists of vocalist Kate Alice Greer, drummer Daniele Daniele, bassist Taylor Mulitz, and guitarist GL Jaguar, all of whom have been hard at work since 2012, but it is not until […]

It is quite odd for a major pop star like Chris Brown to release an album on Halloween, let alone on a Tuesday but after a two year drought since Royalty, Brown released Heartbreak on a Full Moon on October 31st. Not only did he deliver a new album but he exceeded the average amount […]

After going from a recent high school grad to an alternative pop superstar over the past year, Khalid has become a household name for his soulful ballads and relatable pop tunes about young love and growing up young in America. Khalid’s rise into the spotlight comes largely on the back of his incredibly successful single […]

Few rappers can make listeners bust out laughing during a song. Lil Wayne possesses the rare talent of crafting clever, relevant lyrics that hype, puzzle and amuse listeners. Gems such as “Real G’s move in silence like lasagna” from “6 Foot 7 Foot” featured on his 2011 album Tha Carter IV and “Got Spring hatin’ […]

After taking the hip-hop industry by storm with their Lords Never Worry mixtape in 2012, A$AP Mob has been a prevalent figure in rap with its members releasing one hit song after another. A$AP Mob was founded in 2006 out of Harlem in NYC and consists of members such as A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky, A$AP […]

Merely days before his sold out Official ACL Fest Late Night Show, Ryan Adams releases his cover of Tegan and Sara‘s “Back In Your Head” to be featured in their upcoming album The Con: X Covers. Having also covered Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” in his 2015 album 1989, which solely consists of covers of songs from her album […]

Born in Washington D.C., studied in Boston, but based in Brooklyn, Nick Hakim is a breath of fresh air in the world of soul. He popped into the music scene around 2014 with collaborations already under his belt with Casey Benjamin and Gwen Bunn, but 2014 was when he released his EPs, Where Will We Go, […]

Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN has been one of the most highly anticipated albums of the year, after his last album To Pimp a Butterfly (2015) got so much attention, and he teased fans with releasing his single “Humble” a few weeks ago. In many ways, Kendrick is our definition of what hip-hop is today, he sets […]

Joey Bada$$, being from Brooklyn, New York City, has always embodied what New York rap is, but his new album All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ really goes back to his roots of politically charged hip-hop. He’s a founding member of the hip-hop collective Pro Era, based in Brooklyn. With his last full album being released in 2015, his […]

Heavy Meta is a guitar-riff filled, garage rock and roll, rootsy, eclectic album by Philadelphia-bred rock musician Ron Gallo. The former lead singer of Toy Soldiers released his new album via Nashville-label, New West records—his music embracing passion and unpretentious, old school homage. Although the rock and roll aesthetic of the 1960s and 1970s is […]

Timothy Russell, also known by his stage name Guilla, pays homage to the diversity of Houston. Guilla’s influences range anywhere from Björk to System of a Down which is easily seen in the variety of his music and it’s uniqueness. Coming from a mother who was an opera singer from England and a father who […]

Looking to go out of  your comfort zone this weekend at SOS Fest? Try out Kero Kero Bonito, an electronic pop music group composed of eclectic vocalist Sarah Midori Perry and producers Jamie Bulled and Gus Lobban. Kero Kero Bonito, a name created after the Japanese onomatopoeic words for frog croaks and a type of […]

Three years since her last album ARTPOP, Lady Gaga has finally returned to the pop music sphere with a 14-track album filled with stripped vocals, mixed genres and amazing collaborations featuring Beck and Florence Welch.

You first officially heard from them with the 2012 hit single, “#Selfie”, but 4 years later they have taken over the charts and are set to be headline performers at this year’s Austin City Limits Festival.

In typical M.I.A. fashion, “AIM,” M.I.A.’s latest and allegedly her last record, layers provocative verses with inventive beats that bop. Well, on some tracks – Others feel thematically repetitive and poorly produced. However, tracks like “Go Off” and “A.M.P. (All My People)” are proof that M.I.A. still has lots to give. If “AIM” is the […]

After three years of taking time off from the pop music scene and focusing on acting, Lady Gaga is back with her highly anticipated new single “Perfect Illusion.”

After 4 years, 1 month, and 10 days of waiting, Frank Ocean has finally released his newest album, Blond. A couple listens in, I decided to take a shot at doing a track-by-track review of the long awaited album.

Everything is put out on the dance floor, as southern California’s alternative-indie rockers, Young the Giant, release their newest album, Home of the Strange (2016). An album with a glossy and ethereal sound that stimulates the ear with infectious melodies and innovative production elements. 

After his last album GO:OD AM, it was pretty impossible to guess where Mac Miller would take his talents next. With albums and mixtapes such as Watching Movies with the Sound Off, Faces, K.I.D.S., and many others, it’s pretty hard to top such an extensive discography. However, four days ago when Mac Miller sent out […]

As if Zayn’s “PILLOWTALK” could get any better than it already is, Tyler the Creator gives the song some funky touches of his own in a remix posted this past Tuesday.


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