News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

Purgatory by Tyler Childers: a review

By Gabe Schwartzman, Features Editor Jul 8, 2023

Purgatory by Tyler Childers is a 10-song, 37-minute country album that revolutionizes the genre while staying true to its roots at the same time. Released in 2017 as Childers’ second studio album, Childers...

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Review: Baby Keem’s “The Melodic Blue”

By JP Ballschmider, Reporter Oct 21, 2021
Baby Keem's album The Melodic Blue delivers. Sixteen songs with three other featured artists.
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How Frank Ocean Single Handedly Destroyed Every “Norm” in the Music Industry

How Frank Ocean Single Handedly Destroyed Every “Norm” in the Music Industry

By Emily Pavis Sep 5, 2016

Following 4 long years of silence after the success of his shockingly honest portrayal of the 21st century teenager in “Channel ORANGE,” 28 year old artist Frank Ocean has given his fans what they’ve...

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Vampire Weekend: Modern Vampires of The City

Vampire Weekend: Modern Vampires of The City

By Devon Stoeber Jun 10, 2013

It’s the end of May and everyone’s searching for the album to put them in that summer mood. “Modern Vampires of the City,” new album from indie-rock band Vampire Weekend, seems to be a perfect...

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The Nationals New Album Doesnt Impress

The National’s New Album Doesn’t Impress

By Veronica Russell Jun 10, 2013

The National’s sixth and newest album “Trouble Will Find Me” will be a good new addition to the musical libraries of regular National fans, but will probably not draw attention from any new listeners....

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Ke$ha’s Off Her Rocker with “Warrior”

By Billie Mandelbaum Dec 30, 2012

On her second full-length album, “Warrior,” Ke$ha seeks to explore the supernatural aspects of life. As she said in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, “The theme of this record is magic. I went on...

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Justin Bieber and Christmas Music: Two Wrongs That Don’t Make a Right

Justin Bieber and Christmas Music: Two Wrongs That Don’t Make a Right

By Sophie McGuinness Mar 1, 2012

Justin Bieber and Christmas music alone are poisons potent enough to kill even the brightest of moods, but Justin Bieber has really dropped the bomb with his Christmas special, “Under the Mistletoe,”...

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