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Album Review: The Endless River

Meganna Miller, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Filed under Arts

Arguably one of the greatest bands from the 1960-70’s time period was Pink Floyd. Their instrumental style and break through concept albums paved the way for a more intimate and raw musical experience. They are known by most...

Album Review: Sever Your Roots

Meganna Miller, Staff Writer

March 18, 2015

Filed under Arts

As I was dusting off some of the more obscure albums I listened to in high school, I came across Sever Your Roots by The Felix Culpa. This was the last of only two albums that the band produced. While they did a few EPs in betwe...

Album Review: Razia’s Shadow

Meganna Miller, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

Filed under Arts

Music is a fascinating tool. It can evoke emotion, express ideas, and tell stories. This week’s album does all of that and more. Razia’s Shadow performed by Forgive Durden is an album play that tells a classic story of love,...

Album Review: When we were us

Meganna Miller, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

Filed under Arts

The indie rock scene can get pretty obscure. It can be as main stream as Beck or as obscure as this band. The SunS is a band that was started in Chicago in 2009. As a relatively underground band their music cannot be found on...

Album Review: Pink Floyd’s The Wall

Joe Strater, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Filed under Arts

To put a twist on the usual album review, I decided to write about a classic album: the 1979 album “The Wall” by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Although this album follows the usual story-telling form of...

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