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Hippo Campus and The Districts bring an electric performance to The Pageant

Hippo Campus and The Districts bring an electric performance to The Pageant

Sabrina Bohn, Deputy Managing EiC

October 22, 2018


Filed under A & E, music, showcase

Excited chatter filled the room as fans flowed into The Pageant Tues. Oct. 9, impatiently waiting for The Districts, a Philadelphia based rock band, to open up the show for the even more anticipated Hippo Campus, an indie band from Minnesota. With the release of their new album “Bambi” Sept. 28,...

Showcase concert sets music department off on a strong start

Showcase concert sets music department off on a strong start

Maria Newton, Features Editor

October 8, 2018


Filed under A & E, music, showcase

As parents, friends and students poured into the gymnasium, they were met with the rhythmic pounding of the Marching Band. The strong metronome, meant to keep the marchers in synchronization, was captivating. This was the beginning of the First Annual Music Department Showcase Concert: a concert inclu...

“Bloom” Album Review

“Bloom” Album Review

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

With early beginnings as aYouTube personality, Australian singer and songwriter Troye Sivan officially graduated from making videos to composing and recording his own music in 2014. Sivan released his sophomore album “Bloom” Aug. 31, 2018 after months of teasing the album on social media. While...

Kamikaze review

Kamikaze review

Andrew Li, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Eminem’s latest album, “Kamikaze,” was a bomb-drop out of nowhere. No one knew whether Eminem would ever drop another album, or even a song for that matter. Everyone thought Eminem was done, but he wanted to address all his haters and new rappers once again. He sparked an original generation of ...

“Pray For The Wicked” review

“Pray For The Wicked” review

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions editor

June 28, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Panic! At The Disco’s latest album “Pray For The Wicked” needs some prayers itself. The album was lackluster, choppy and while the messages that the band was trying to convey about their journey through the music industry were fairly clear, their method of deliverance felt rather empty. This album...

“The Mountain” review

“The Mountain” review

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions editor

June 14, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

With summer still heating up, Dierks Bentley’s latest album “The Mountain” provides a mellow sound that is perfect for kicking back at the pool. He blends music accessible to mainstream pop lovers and longtime country fans alike, while still retaining both his musical and personal roots to create...

This Is America Review

This Is America Review

Tyler Kinzy, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

The 21st-century workforce can be defined by, in a word, specialization. Then again, Donald Glover has been an exception to the rule his entire life. A “triple threat” in every sense of the term, Glover boasts an unprecedented array of credits in the modern entertainment landscape, garnering numerous a...

Post Malone reaches new heights with latest album

Post Malone reaches new heights with latest album

Erin Slutzky, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Post Malone speaks words of wisdom in his newest album, beerbongs and bentleys. Austin Post (aka Post Malone) began his musical career in Los Angeles, where he caught the attention of several successful rappers, such as 50 Cent and Kanye West after his SoundCloud account gained popularity in 2015. From fas...

Staying at Tamara’s album review

Staying at Tamara’s album review

Justin Cupps, Conceptual Editor in Chief

May 7, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Everyone remembers the song “Budapest,” right? George Ezra debuted the song on his album Wanted on Voyage (2015), and most people were humming it for the majority of 2015. Now, after three years, Ezra has finally released a new album, Staying at Tamara’s. Because “Budapest” has been Ezr...

Lorde’s “Melodrama” World Tour Review

Lorde’s “Melodrama” World Tour Review

Gabe Davis, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Almost four years after the release of “Pure Heroine,” Lorde unveiled her long-awaited sophomore album “Melodrama.” It distinguishes itself from “Pure Heroine” in several ways. Thematically, Lorde turned away from teenage life and suburbia to explore adulthood, fame and heartbreak. Re-imagining her ...

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