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Whether it was because of a song heard on TikTok or from listening to suggestions of favorite artists like Hozier and Florence and the Machine, The Last Dinner Party is a band many are keeping their eye on. A group of five women and non-binary artists formed in 2021 playing gigs around England and later came to...

The fourth album out by rapper and singer Doja Cat ‘Scarlet’ was highly anticipated. As a long-time fan of Doja Cat, I couldn’t wait to see what she did after how great ‘Planet Her’ was. I have nothing bad to say about the first three Doja Cat albums as I still listen to them in rotation to this day. The aesthetics,...

Paramore’s This Is Why is the band’s latest release since their 2017 album After Laughter. The release of After Laughter marked a change of style and a new phase in the band’s artistry. Paramore has experimented with a wide variety of sounds, but at its core their music is still Paramore and maintains their...

When SOUR came out, I was in the midst of a breakup with my ex-partner. It was devastating and horrifying that Olivia Rodrigo got me completely. I remember I spent that entire summer blasting the songs over the AUX of my little, green 2006 Camry, screaming and singing along. He also betrayed me, and he also never...

The third studio album of Canadian R&B singer Daniel Caesar is one for the books. NEVER ENOUGH is a project full of emotions, vulnerability and raw talent. The last time Caesar released a project was in 2019 with the album ‘Case Study 01.’ After taking some time off, on April 7 the full-length album...

The time has come to check in on your whimsical, cottage-core aesthetic, Greek-mythology-obsessed, most likely Queer friends. Hozier has just released another album. Hozier released his third studio album ‘Unreal Unearth’ on Aug. 18, four years after his last album ‘Wasteland, Baby!.’ Known for how he incorporates...

Taylor Swift has taken on a project to rerecord her old albums, and Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is the halfway point for the artist. Originally released in 2010, Speak Now was the next album put out after Swift’s awarded album Fearless. This era for the artist was a shaping point for young girls growing up with...

"Red (Taylor's Version)" has 30 songs, a short film and a music video, barely giving fans time to breathe between releases.

The album may not have been what many people were expecting because it shows a side of the rapper and singer that his singles don’t, a vulnerable side.

Just a few months after her hit “drivers license” took the charts by storm, pop’s newest it-girl Olivia Rodrigo offers a plethora of angsty breakup tunes on her debut album “SOUR” that tug at anyone who listens’ heartstrings, even those of a millennial like myself. In this generation, it seems rare to find a...