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Story by Colby Turner | Contributing Writer After weeks of sneak peeks and promotions on social media, NCT 127 is back with their third full-length album, titled “Sticker.”  The album showcases the unit’s talented and creative vocal and rap lines in both high-tempo experimental songs and slow jams, all of which are dedicated to their loyal …

Kacey Musgraves. Courtesy of NPR. Story by Peyton Tranas | Core Writer When your previous album wins Album of the Year at the Grammys, you have a lot of pressure on you to release an equally as good follow up album, and that is exactly what Kacey Musgraves did. On September 10, Musgraves released her …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Contributing Writer Now that the summer is nearly over, we finally have a finalized lineup of the best songsand albums to come out of it. It seems that this summer’s playlists were dominated by Gen Ztalents. Here are some of the best music moments from Summer 2021. “SOUR” by Olivia …

Story by Peyton Tranas / Core Writer Photos by Pitchfork From Disney Channel star to mega-pop sensation, Demi Lovato has gone through more than the average young star. Having openly dealt with addiction for years, Lovato is ready to finally come completely clean and tell her story.  Lovato has premiered a four episode documentary on …

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 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 …