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Story by Kaleah Wooten / Contributing Writer Photo by Vulture “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” is music’s latest American anthem. But, Lana isn’t paying tribute to our founding fathers in this album– she’s exposing the ins and outs of womanhood while tying in her opinions about American society.  Released on Friday, “Chemtrails” is Lana’s 11-track Americana …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and Los Angeles Times On Sunday night, the Grammy Awards proved that it is possible to execute an in-person award show during the coronavirus pandemic.  Many other award shows have taken the Zoom approach (and failed), but the 63rd Grammys was nearly entirely …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer For some people, Sunday is their Super Bowl. Mar. 14 is the 63rd Grammy Awards.  Huge stars are slated to perform, such as Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion, and many more. However, there are a few noticeable differences this year, besides the …

Story by Taylor Rivers / Contributing Writer Photos by NME Kings of Leon’s newly released album, “When You See Yourself,” is the mellowed tune we didn’t know we needed this year. Hailed as the southern version of The Strokes and U2, the folk-rock band was dealing with a lot of pressure to produce an album …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by CNN, Syfy Wire, Indie Wire. As the series finale of “WandaVision” continues to draw praise, it’s evident that Marvel has proven what was once thought impossible for the television industry: that even during a global pandemic, they can superbly execute a release on streaming services and …

Story by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Editor Photos by Ethan Pickering / Assistant Editor The Murfree Art Gallery on Maple Street near downtown Murfreesboro presents “On the Periphery,” an art gallery that is based around the experiences of survivors of stalking. The gallery is an extension of Todd Art Gallery and was created by Middle …