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

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. 

Review: The Slow Rush

Review: <em>The Slow Rush</em>

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.

Review: Obama’s summer playlist

Review: Obama’s summer playlist

By Elan Levine

September 27, 2019

Obama’s playlist whisked me to far-away places and caused me to forget our current administration.

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

Review: Taylor Swift takes a breath and a step forward on <em>Lover</em>

By Benjy Wall-Feng

September 15, 2019

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

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

By Editorial Staff

April 16, 2019

Rumors regarding Michael Jackson’s pedophilic relationships with underage boys have been circulating the media for more than a decade. The release of  “Leaving Neverland,” a damning documentary examining Jackson’s alleged pedophilia, has spurred a fresh wave of the classic debate: how does o...

School House Rock

School House Rock

By Josie Spiegelman, Niulan Wright, Zoe Cowan, and Leah Fullerton

April 5, 2019

Ciara Rooke What inspires you to make music? Nothing really inspires me, I just kind of have to do it. Like [I] always go to the piano once a day. Whenever I take breaks from my homework I’ll go to the piano, or whenever I have any free time I’ll just play music or listen to music. Why do...

The Mill Valley Music Man

The Mill Valley Music Man

By Sam Glocker, Reporter

April 5, 2019

It’s a rainy day in Mill Valley, and Gary Scheuenstuhl has just received a shipment of CD’s. He sits tucked behind his register, a wall of records, books, and loose leaf paper encircling him. Vinyl is everywhere. In the window, records tied on cotton strings dangle and under the stairs a collecti...

Eminem’s 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 beat and party-like sound. Many have expressed their dislike of mumble rap, but most have fallen...

J. Cole’s 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, all topics Cole has discussed in past albums, such as 2014 Forest Hills Drive  4 Your Eyez Only. Ho...

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 and skillfully crafted beats that “Care for Me” pours forth make it impossible not to wonde...

Do it for the Culture

Do it for the Culture

By Connor Dargan

March 23, 2018

2018 has treated hip hop group Migos well so far; following the release of their newest album, “Culture II,” the group was featured on the cover of “Rolling Stone” and reached the Billboard’s top 200. As of February 7, the album was sitting in the number three slot, with a billion streams in...