Album Reviews

Humanz – Gorillaz Review by Neil MacAlister It’s been six long years since we last heard from Gorillaz, and the lack of a genre-defying cartoon band has left a noticeable void. In the wake of increasingly volatile political climates in both the US and the UK, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett decided to reunite Gorillaz to […]

Five albums to get you through the semester

5) Earl Sweatshirt — I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside Earl Sweatshirt has always displayed a dazzling mastery of the english language through his exceptional lyricism, and I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside is no exception. At a modest length of just under 30 minutes, Earl has made a dense album […]

Summer Soundtrack

#5 The O’My’s A Humble Masterpiece The O’My’s are an up-and-coming band from Chicago who seamlessly blend blues, jazz, soul, and rock together to produce an eargasmically organic sound. Their latest offering, A Humble Masterpiece, compliments summer days and nights flawlessly. Songs such as “Feeling Like a King” and “Promise Land” give off the smooth […]

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