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Album Review: LCD Soundsystem – ‘American Dream’

By: Conor Battles Title: American Dream Artist: LCD Soundsystem Label: DFA Records/Columbia Records Release Date: September 1, 2017 Rating:     James Murphy has been losing his […]

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Aaliyah: The Album that Cemented the Late R&B Songstress’ Legacy

Artist: Aaliyah Album: Aaliyah Label: Blackground Records Date: 7/17/2001 Rating: It’s been 16 years since the release of Aaliyah’s third and final studio album before her […]

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Nelsonville Music Festival 2017: Four days of music, art and community

By: Brooke Forrest Last weekend, from Thursday to Sunday, was the 13th annual Nelsonville Music Festival, which took place in the small southeast Ohio town of […]

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Album Review: (Sandy) Alex G: ‘Rocket’

By: Conor Battles   Title: Rocket Artist: (Sandy) Alex G Label: Domino Records Release Date: May 19, 2017 Rating:     Alex Giannascoli’s real-time maturation has been […]

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Album Review: Joey Bada$$ – ‘All-Amerikkkan Bada$$’

By: Conor Battles   Album: All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ Artist: Joey Bada$$ Label: Cinematic/Pro Era Release: April 7, 2017 Rating:   Joey Bada$$ has carved out an enviable niche […]

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Cheap Tracks: The Wrestling Album

By: Evan Harms   Title: The Wrestling Album Artist: World Wrestling Federation Rating:  Format: Cassette Place of Purchase: Cruel Noise Records, 3138 Dobson St, Pittsburgh, PA […]

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Album Review: Father John Misty – ‘Pure Comedy’

By: Conor Battles Title: Pure Comedy Artist: Father John Misty Label: Sub Pop Release Date: April 7, 2017 Rating: There is a very simple way to observe […]

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Film Review: ‘Kong: Skull Island’

By: Cameron Hoover Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Studio(s): Legendary Entertainment, Tencent Pictures Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, John C. Reilly, Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson Release Date: March 10th, […]

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The 1975 releases Sade cover that’s weird enough to work

By: Abbey Heslep Nearly a year after The 1975 released their second studio album I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet […]

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Concert Review: Power Trip, Iron Reagan, Concealed Blade, Protestor at Now That’s Class

By: Evan Harms Last Saturday, the authors made their way to Lakewood from their respective corners of the Greater Cleveland area, hitting a couple record stores […]