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Can’t Catch Me

Can’t Catch Me

Kennedy Stone, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015

With the amount of dance, pop and bass dropping songs we have today, one would think there is not much room soft spoken songs. Yet, there are a few songs that go against the grain and are just as good to listen to. You just have to look deep enough to find them. In this case, Avicii does just that and more...

Rewind

Rewind

Bryce Schulte, Print Editor

October 15, 2015

As soon as I heard "Rewind" by Kelela from her new album "Hallucinogen" released Oct. 9, I instantly found it on iTunes, bought it and put it in my "Chill Zone" playlist. Literally, I have that. The album falls under the electronic genre on iTunes, which seems like an unfortunate loss because this song...

If I Should Go Before You

If I Should Go Before You

Kathryn Ikeda, Sub Print Editor

October 14, 2015

Acoustic Indie song “If I Should Go Before You” immediately struck a chord in me with its gloomy intro. Before listening to this song, I’d only heard City and Colour’s “The Girl” which is completely different in tone from “If I Should Go Before You”, despite them both being love songs. “...

Chicken: 30

Chicken: 30

Ahmad Smith, Staff Writer

October 13, 2015

The Coathangers "Chicken: 30:" from the album "Larceny & Old Lace" is a song for any time you are looking to get up and get a good start to the day. The instrumental is very up beat and will keep you tapping your toes in any mood. It starts off with a nice guitar rip with a reoccurring drum in the...

Cold in Ohio

Cold in Ohio

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief

October 12, 2015

"Cold in Ohio" a single from Jamie Lawson's up and coming album Jamie Lawson expected to drop Oct. 16, the British singers borderline folk-country sound is proudly shown throughout the entire song. Lawson's voice holds a unique rasp with a heavy Ed Sheeran and Passenger influence at some points in the s...

Lay It All On Me

Lay It All On Me

Kathryn Ikeda, Sub Print Editor

October 9, 2015

Disclaimer: I’m a huge Ed Sheeran fan. Additionally, I saw Rudimental when they opened for Sheeran in Minneapolis a year or so ago, and I quite liked them then. Arguably best known for their single “Feel the Love”, the drum and bass band has the head-bopping beat down, Sheeran’s vocals really...