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Jaden Smith’s “The Sunset Tapes: A Cool Tape Story” Mixtape Review
Following his 2017 debut album, SYRE, and its synth-filled electric counterpart, SYRE: The Electric Album, released this past summer, the
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Badflower in NYC-11.29-Review & Recap
There is nothing better for frequent concert goers like myself to be unexpectedly taken back by the opening band. Badflower
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The Beatles: The Rare and the Remixed   
On November 22, 1968 the Beatles released their ninth studio album, and despite the fact that it’s self-titled, it’s often
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Matt Farley (Motern Media) Interview with WRSU
WRSU’s Bennett Rosner chatted it up with Matt Farley of Motern Media on December 2nd, 2018. On Spotify, Matt is
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Earl Sweatshirt – “Nowhere2go” Track Review
  The first track from Earl Sweatshirt in three years paints a new, ever changing picture of the poetic Odd
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“Shadows on the Sun” Retrospective Review
Brother Ali is an American rapper based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota and has been active since 1998.  Signed to the
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Mick Jenkins’ “Pieces of a Man” Album Review
The Chicago based rapper, Mick Jenkins, came out with a new album that’ll give any listener peace of mind.  The
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Brockhampton Shines at Terminal 5
The self proclaimed “boyband” hip-hop collective Brockhampton performed their third night at Terminal 5 on Wednesday, October 24. The crowd was
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Bryce Vine Interview with WRSU
WRSU sat down with the genre-bending Bryce Vine to chat about his upcoming album, influences, and traveling. You can check
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Phony Ppl’s “Mozaik” Album Review
Phony Ppl is a Brooklyn-based musical group comprised of Elbee Thrie (vocals), Elijah Rawk (lead guitar), Matt “Maffyuu” Byas (drums),
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Kali Uchis Live at Terminal 5 Review
On October 13, I got the opportunity to see Kali Uchis perform at Terminal 5 in NYC for her In
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WRSU Greta Van Fleet Album Review
Greta Van Fleet’s “Anthem of the Peaceful Army” Reuses Led Zeppelin’s Sound without the Rawness
The long awaited full-length debut album by Greta Van Fleet has finally arrived. Released on October 19th, 2018, Anthem of
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Just Keep Swimming: A Review of Mac Miller’s Final Album
I was watching a live-stream of the Mac Miller Celebration of Life concert being thrown by his closest friends in
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Quavos’ Debut Album “Quavo Huncho” is a Test of Wills to Endure
I’m going to be blunt with this album. Listening to “QUAVO HUNCHO” is a form of sonic and cognitive self-harm.
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The “Proper Dose” of The Story So Far
One of the most loved bands in the pop-punk music scene and the ultimate “sad boy” group has finally made
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Twenty One Pilots’ “Trench” Stays True to their Brand
Through cryptic messages and obscure letters, Twenty One Pilots have finally released their highly anticipated fifth studio album Trench. The
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Matangi/Maya/MIA Film Review
Matangi/Maya/MIA doesn’t follow the typical music documentary formula, but Maya Arulpragasam (MIA) is not your typical popstar. The daughter of
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Logic’s “YSIV” Mixtape Review
Logic’s fourth and final Young Sinatra mixtape is a 75-minute exploration into the mind of Sir Robert Bryson Hall. It
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