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“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 ...

Brockhampton concert review

Brockhampton concert review

Maddie Cooke, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

The “All-American boy band” Brockhampton rocked the stage at the Pageant on Tuesday, Feb. 20, having a sold out concert despite the freezing rain and unpredictable forecast. The group consists of 15 individual artists who are currently traveling across the United States for their tour Love your ...

BØRNS concert review

BØRNS concert review

Maria Newton, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

Alternative rock band BØRNS took the stage in St. Louis on Jan. 30 for a concert at the Pageant. The small venue provided fans with a close-up view of the main singer/songwriter Garrett Clark Borns while he performed songs from his 2015 album “Dopamine” as well as music from his new album “Blu...

2018 Valentine’s Day playlist

2018 Valentine’s Day playlist

Dani Fischer, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under A & E, music

That time of year has rolled around again; time for chocolates, flowers and single people pretending that they are not sad. It’s Valentine’s Day. Most of the time, I dread Valentine’s Day. It is expensive, and usually, it is just an excuse for couples to make out in the hallway. The one thin...

Upcoming Concerts in St. Louis

Upcoming Concerts in St. Louis

Sabrina Bohn, Features Editor

November 2, 2017


Filed under A & E, music

Concerts create some of the best memories—hearing songs you love live along with hundreds of other people who feel the same way is an inexplicable emotion. The problem is, I can’t count how many times I’ve missed a concert because I didn’t know it was happening. So you don’t run into the sam...

Half-Light album review

Half-Light album review

Sabrina Bohn, Features Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under A & E, music

Rostam Batmanglij has been involved in multiple music projects throughout his career, including working with Frank Ocean, Solange Knowles and Carly Rae Jepsen, as well as playing in Vampire Weekend. I was devastated when Batmanglij announced he was leaving Vampire Weekend in January 2016, fearing the band woul...

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