Category: Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Where we’ve been, Where we go from here

Friko – Where we’ve been, Where we go from here By Kate Trebra | Top Tracks: Where We’ve Been, Get Numb To It!, Cardinal   Chicago-based indie band Friko, composed of Nico Kapetan (guitar and vocals) and Bailey Minzenberger (drums), has returned with their debut album Where we’ve been, Where we go from here. The …

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Album of the Week: Halos of Perception

Lisa Lerkenfeldt – Halos of Perception By Kate Trebra | Top Tracks: Limestone, Cobwebs   When thinking of abandoned structures that might rest under a city (perhaps one such as Melbourne, Australia), it’s easy to be suffocated in the silent, damp air. How does sound travel through a concrete maze in an era of rapid urbanization? …

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It’s All In Your Head by Dandelion Hands: The Perfect Autumn Album

It’s All In Your Head by Dandelion Hands: The Perfect Autumn Album By Alexandra Henriques | Top Tracks: How To Never Stop Being Sad, I Like You, My Friends Don’t Know (I Know They Hate Me) As temperatures finally start to drop and the leaves on campus begin turning lovely oranges and reds, it is …

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Album of the Week: Time ‘n’ Place

Kero Kero Bonito – Time ‘n’ Place  By Tifa Nguyen  Content Warning: Contains Reference to Self Harm    Kero Kero Bonito is a band you’ve probably heard of if you were in those kind of edgy online “meme” spaces back in 2016 where middle schoolers would worship alt-right Youtubers and unironically do Fortnite emotes in …

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Album of the Week & Interview: Do You Face The Brutal Reality?

An Interview with Dan Parr of The Last Whole Earth Catalog About Their Newest Album, Do You Face The Brutal Reality? By Alexandra Henriques | Top Tracks: “All and Everything,” “You Never Would Know It,” “31”   On October 28th, The Last Whole Earth Catalog released their 13th studio album, Do You Face The Brutal …

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