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David Bowie’s “Blackstar” Is One For The Ages

  Rating: 4/5 Stars The final album David Bowie released before his recent death from cancer, “Blackstar" is a representative example of his work that gives...

Don’t doubt how good “Shadow of a Doubt” is

Hip hop artist Freddie Gibbs' third studio album, "Shadow of a Doubt" is a defiant synthesis of trap music and gangster rap which come...

“Skeletons” has little meat on its bones

Having played a hand in both the legendary punk band Misfits as well as his own side Danzig, Glenn Danzig is no stranger to...

Pope Francis’ “Wake Up” gets a little lost in translation

Yes, that Pope Francis. His Holiness released the album, “Wake Up!” on November 27, just in time for the holiday season. Listeners will have some...

Logic’s new album is illogical

Maryland-based hip hop artist Logic's second studio album "The Incredible True Story" is a lyrically heavy concept album that touches on a variety of...

“Bad Neighbor” is a lousy neighbor

The highly innovative and pioneering record label Stones Throw records has put out another album in  "Bad Neighbor.” This album is a collaboration between...

Ellie Goulding reaches gold with “Delirium”

Is your relationship status complicated? If it is, then Ellie Goulding might be able to solve your relationship problems. The British pop artist is...

Deerhunter isn’t caught in the headlights

  Iconic indie-rock band Deerhunter recently released their seventh studio album in “Fading Frontier,” which is a departure from their previous work. In fact, it...

An explosive neon star with Vega Intl. Night School

Welcome to a 1980s nightclub, where the glitchy music is enough to fry your brain, the epileptic onslaught of neon lights is enough to...

“V” is not for victory in Wavves’ new album

Amidst major conflict with his major label company, Nathan Williams, Wavves’ frontman, has been hard at work to make sure their album is released...