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Story by Jarron Parker / Contributing Writer Almost 11 years to the day after her highly successful debut solo album, Fergie released her sophomore effort “Double Dutchess” on Friday. The record incorporates both hip-hop and pop over 13 tracks. With features from rappers Nicki Minaj, YG and Rick Ross, Fergie attempts to recreate the infectious magic …

Story by Erin Alexander / Contributing Writer The Killers released their long-awaited fifth studio album “Wonderful Wonderful” on Friday, marking their first release since 2012’s “Battle Born.” The Las Vegas-based indie/alternative rock band has been a mainstream staple since 2001, boasting many hits that can often be heard on many radio stations.  However, the eleven …

Story by Blake Holliday / Contributing Writer After having a successful children’s television series and two major motion pictures, SpongeBob Squarepants is finally making his way to Broadway with a new musical. On Friday, the original cast recording for “SpongeBob Squarepants, the New Musical” was released to much anticipation after its successful run in Chicago …

Story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Macklemore has gone solo with “Gemini,” his first solo work since his debut album, “The Language of My World,” in 2005 and his first release since “This Unruly Mess I’ve Made” in February of last year with Ryan Lewis. Notably, Lewis, his producer on “This Unruly Mess I’ve Made” and …

Story by Daniel Scroggins / Contributing Writer The sentiment that rock is dead is a falsehood for up-and-coming rock band Nothing More and their fans. The American rock/metal band released their fifth studio album on September 15. Their previous self-titled album was an overwhelming success for the band, and many publications deemed them a “band …

Story by Jordan Trice / Contributing Writer You know when you watch the MTV “VMA’s,” and they have a random DJ playing generic house music in-between commercial breaks? Well Swedish duo Galantis made an entire album dedicated to similar, but still unique, sounds. “The Aviary” delivers an energetic and aesthetically sounding mix of traditional house …