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Album Review: Guts by Olivia Rodrigo

Album Review: “Guts” by Olivia Rodrigo

Emma Kostyun, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

On September 13 2023, University of New Hampshire (UNH) student Natalia Tomahatsch texted all of her closest friends immediately “IT’S BEEN ANNOUNCED, WE MUST BUY TICKETS,” to which I’m sure all...

boygenius – “The Record” Review

boygenius – “The Record” Review

Owen Mayer, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

There have been many music supergroups throughout history, but not many have reached the heights and combined talent that boygenius has achieved on their long-awaited full-length LP, “The Record.”...

Album Review: Metallica’s “72 Seasons”

Album Review: Metallica’s “72 Seasons”

Emma Kostyun, Contributing Writer April 21, 2023

On April 14 history repeated itself. After seven years, Metallica dropped a new album: “72 Seasons.” With 12 tracks this album counts for 77 minutes of thrash metal hits that rock you to your core.  Metallica’s...

Album Review: Miley Cyrus “Endless Summer Vacation”

Album Review: Miley Cyrus’ “Endless Summer Vacation”

Heidi Krull, Staff Writer March 28, 2023

Friday, March 10, Miley Cyrus released her new and long awaited album, “Endless Summer Vacation.” Her previous album was released back in 2020, and fans have been anticipating this album since she...

Album Review: “Being Funny in a Foreign Language” by The 1975

Album Review: “Being Funny in a Foreign Language” by The 1975

Julie Bobyock, News Editor December 14, 2022

Famous pop-rock band The 1975 are currently on tour for their newest album, “Being Funny in a Foreign Language,” released on October 15. Both the album and the band have been gaining more attention...

Midnights Album Review

“Midnights” Album Review

Ava Montalbano, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

On Oct. 24, we met Taylor Swift at midnight for the premier of her 10th studio album, “Midnights,” a collection of 13 tracks consisting of Swift's experiences throughout her life as a musician.  The...

Putting the past ‘POTUS’ in perspective

Putting the past ‘POTUS’ in perspective

Cassie Hollasch February 11, 2021
This President's Day give David W. Jacobsen’s “Potus,” a genre-mixing album that looks at former presidents who tend to be forgotten by the mainstream, a listen. Check out Art's Editor Cee Annis' review here.
Plastic Hearts” is Cyrus at her best

“Plastic Hearts” is Cyrus at her best

Isabelle Curtis February 7, 2021
I’ve never been a fan of Miley Cyrus. No, not even during her Hannah Montana days (I was more of a Wizards of Waverly Place kid). I had never paid attention to her early, controversial music career and only a few of her songs entered my radar. What can I say? “Party in the USA” still slaps. 
The Folklore of Evermore

The Folklore of Evermore

Josh Morrill February 3, 2021
Just when her fans thought she was all out of surprises, Taylor Swift decided to drop yet another 17 songs with almost no heads up. I guess we really shouldn’t be surprised. With all of the quarantining and free time, it only feels right that she would be expressing herself in some folk-pop lyrics for her millions of fans to enjoy.
Mini review: Razias Shadow

Mini review: Razia’s Shadow

Hannah Donahue October 20, 2020
I’ll say it now, “Razia’s Shadow” was criminally underrated when it was first released and its fade into obscurity was unjust. Like clockwork, this album from 2008 finds itself back on my playlists in time for October, despite it neither being creepy nor spooky.
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