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Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer Blake Shelton released his 11th studio album Friday entitled “Texoma Shore.” The album is named after a lake in between Texas and Oklahoma close to the town where Shelton grew up in Oklahoma. Much like his last few albums, “Texoma Shore” stays true to the familiar Blake Shelton …

Story by Erin Alexander / Contributing Writer Kelly Clarkson released her eighth studio album, “The Meaning of Life,” on Oct. 27, 2017. This marks Clarkson’s debut with Atlantic after completing her recording contract with RCA Records. There are 14 songs on the album, with highlights including “Whole Lotta Woman,” “Slow Dance” and “I Don’t Think …

Story by Ahmad Thomas / Contributing Writer Wu-Tang Clan’s newest album, “The Saga Continues,” is a sturdy one. They opt not to echo the emerging trends of the new generation of hip-hop and instead remind their audience of what made them so revolutionary. The poetic energy and witty craftiness of this album are testaments to …

Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer King Krule’s appearance may surprise you. While his music gives the impression of a gruff, commanding presence at the microphone, Archy Marshall, the 23-year-old South London singer-songwriter behind the music, gives the unassuming impression of a scrawny, pallid juvenile with a crimson nest of hair atop his head. …

Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer Annie Clark, the multi-instrumentalist behind the music of St. Vincent, is revered as one of indie-pop’s most enigmatic personalities. Over her decade-long run as a performing artist, the guitar-wielding songwriter has drastically changed her image from the angelic and soft-spoken girl on her 2007 debut “Marry Me,” to …

Story by Hadley Schelton / Contributing Writer After walking away from his record deal with Atlantic Records in 2014, Cody Simpson was thought to have gone off-radar.  However, he surprised everyone in 2015 when he released his first album as an independent artist.  He titled it “Free” in honor of finally being able to create …