Music

Who Cares? Rex Orange County 2022             Since 2017 Alexander O’Connor, more widely known as Rex Orange County, has been a staple in the bedroom pop community since his feature on Tyler, the Creator’s LP Flower Boy. After the popularity of his 2017 album Apricot Princess and his 2019 Pony, […]

Normani bares more than skin, as she finds her sound and makes her mark on the industry. The Wild Side singer is back with a new single Fair and it’s time for the world to take notice. Normani Kordei has attempted to prove that she’s more than a byproduct of Fox’s The X Factor. Normani, […]

Call Me If You Get Lost Tour stops in Columbus, Ohio.       Tyler the Creator visited the Schottenstein Center in Columbus as his 11th stop on his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour. The show featured acts including Teezo Touchdown, Vince Staples and Kali Uchis who performed to the nearly sold-out venue. […]

Title: The Lost Frequencies Artist: Palm Ghosts Release Date: 19 November 2021 Rating 3 out of 5   When I say Nashville, you think country and honkey tonk as far as the eyes can see but not Palm Ghosts. Self described as “The sound of an 80s prom in a war zone located in the […]

Inti Hayna is a master’s student at Kent State University in the School of Music, studying violin. Born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, she’s been playing the violin since she was eight years old. After finishing her undergraduate program in Bogota, Inti began looking for universities to continue studying music. After looking for universities in […]

Photo by John Shearer  In the past couple of weeks, local country artist, Morgan Wallen, has been in hot waters recently for being caught on video saying the n-word to one of his friends. The general public thought he would be canceled for his behavior, but it seems like he won’t.   Morgan Wallen released […]

Chace Giusti, musically known as Grat, is a Kent State Freshman Public Relations Major minoring in Theatre Performance. Noting his minor, Chace has been drawn to music ever since he was just eight years old as a member of his school’s choir. Giusti’s journey began as a member of the third-grade school choir where he […]

Coming fresh off of 2019 full of singles, most notably “The Way You Say It” (my personal fave), Akron, OH band, Diamond Kites, continues 2020 with their newest EP “Working Life.” A name that comes with a little irony, as many find themselves without a job due to the COVID-19 crisis. Diamond Kites, originally called […]

Photo credit: youtube.com Since March, just like everybody else in the world, I have been stuck in my house for long periods of time.  However, unlike most people, I haven’t had trouble staying busy. For the last two months, I have spent my time doing classwork, writing articles for this wonderful website, reading books and […]

Title: The Mantle   Artist: Agalloch   Record Label: The End Records   Release Date: August 13, 2002   *****   I will be reviewing The End Record’s 2002 release of The Mantle by Agalloch. Agalloch formed back in 1996 and split in 2016. They hail from Portland, Oregon. Now, before I review this album, […]


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