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The Influence of Music On Itself

The Influence of Music On Itself

Ben Poe, Staff Writer November 13, 2023

In the 1990s an alternative metal band named Deftones rose to prominence, destroying the preconceived idea of what it means to be a “Nu-metal” band.  Their first album “Deftones” the band accomplished...

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Sick Days

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer May 22, 2018

From the release of his single Funeral, I've been a fan of AUGUST 08, who first appeared alongside Rich Brian in Arizona. Since the song dropped, I have patiently waited for the release of his EP Father,...

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Funeral

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer February 26, 2018

Since his debut in Arizona on Rich Brian's Amen, I've anxiously waited for his first solo work. Luckily, the wait wasn't long, as his first single, Funeral, was dropped on February 7th, just 5 days...

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Fields of Agony

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer December 15, 2017

Though released in 1995, No Use for a Name's Fields of Agony, in my opinion, is as relevant today as it was over 20 years ago. Though it was likely written in response to the U.S.'s involvement with...

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Weak

Kennedy Stone, Staff Writer February 17, 2017

I'll admit I've always had a soft spot for Ajr ever since their first hit, "I'm Ready", back in 2013. They were fun and playful, and they always surprised me with their bold style. Even though I don't...

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Good Grief

Kennedy Stone, Staff Writer December 6, 2016

To think a title that I would associate with "Charlie Brown", would make such a great song, is amazing. On Bastille's album Send Them Off, Good Grief takes a more popish style, but stays true to its weirdly...

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