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Tarriona Tank Ball from the band Tank and The Bangas dances while performing during the Mill Valley Music Festival at Friends Field in Mill Valley, Calif., on May 13, 2023.

Mill Valley Music Festival: a retrospective

By Asher Goldblatt, Reporter July 20, 2023

As we kick back and enjoy the summer, here's a throwback to the Mill Valley Music Festival hosted back in May this year, featuring Tamalpais High School graduates Anna Harrell and Kei Neukermans.            

(© 2020 Emo G Records)

Review: Elon Musk’s “Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe”

By Skye Schoenhoeft March 15, 2020
For a man of multimillion-dollar ideas, Musk should have left this song on the cutting room floor. 
(Tahlia Amanson)

Review: The Slow Rush

By Chloe Gammon March 15, 2020
This Valentine's Day, Tame Impala, a.k.a Kevin Parker, the Australian psychedelic-indie artist, released his fourth studio album. Compared to the rest of his work, The Slow Rush is a disappointment.
(© 2019 Parlophone Records)

Review: Everyday Life breathes life into Coldplay, at least

December 9, 2019
The band's eighth album is frequently clumsy but always sincere, even if it can’t live up to the ambition of its title.
(© 2019 Taylor Swift)

Review: Taylor Swift takes a breath and a step forward on Lover

September 15, 2019
The singer's seventh album is a mature, overlong record that reflects her best and worst tendencies.


By Jake McLaughlin June 10, 2019

Eminems Comeback: Kamikaze

Eminem’s Comeback: Kamikaze

October 9, 2018

Today’s rap is no doubt the era of “mumble rap”, where almost every rapper is barely understandable. Many people gravitate toward this new-era rap music, not because of lyrics, but because of it’s...

J. Coles Newest Venture: Another Success

J. Cole’s Newest Venture: Another Success

By Michael Diamandakis May 22, 2018

On April 19, 2018, J. Cole released KOD, his eighth studio album. KOD’s 12 tracks explore typical J. Cole themes: drugs, life in poverty, ascent to stardom, copious cash, and the complexity of love,...

Saba Enters the Spotlight

Saba Enters the Spotlight

By Lola Leuterio May 8, 2018

On April 5, 2018, Chicago rapper Saba released his second studio-produced album “Care for Me,” an original and artistic expression of his own overwhelming mental health struggles. The emotional depths...

Review: The Beautiful & Damned

Review: “The Beautiful & Damned”

By Kavi Dolasia and Kavi Dolasia March 5, 2018

One look at Gerald “G-Eazy” Gillum will give you all you need to know. The effortless attitude– faintly reminiscent of James Dean– the meticulously cut, slick back hair (seriously, he has a live-in...

Without Warning Review

Without Warning Review

By Connor Dargan December 3, 2017

To say artists Offset and 21 Savage’s new project Without Warning dropped without...well...a warning...would be a bit of an understatement.  Produced by Metro Boomin, Without Warning was released the...

XXXTentacion Fails to Impress on Debut

XXXTentacion Fails to Impress on Debut

By Ravi Joshi-Wander October 17, 2017

“I do not value your money, I value your acceptance and loyalty,” claims XXXTentacion in the intro to his debut album 17. After listening to the album in completion, it becomes clear that the Miami-based...

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