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Billie Eilish returns strong with new song, "my future" 

Bedroom-pop teenage wunderkind Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell just released her latest single “my future.”

“we wrote this at the very beginning of quarantine. it’s a song that’s really really personal and special to me. 80 more words

Rap Battles in the Age of Covid

Imagine, if you will, you’re inside of a dank basement or an underground warehouse full of sparks and sweat, so humid you can see the moisture and fear in the air. 205 more words

Phoebe Bridgers Invites the Apocalypse in Her Epic "I Know The End" Video

One of the joys in music is how brutally it can strip away all ego. I’ve seen grown men cry at Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On.” I’ve seen a band of… 253 more words

Your TV Lies...And So Do Your Idols: The Demise of SWMRS

I’m sure most young people have idols, or some famous person that they look up to. In my case, it was a band of four young men called “SWMRS”. 1,618 more words

Joey Armstrong

The most moist place in Oxford

When you descend the steps into Fever you leave the better parts of yourself at the door, the self-respecting part, the proud part and the dry part. 451 more words

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College Rooster - "You See That Guy in MRT?" Review

By Amelia Thorpe

The new single from Indonesian four-piece emo-rock band, College Rooster, is an imaginative offering to the alternative music scene. “You See That Guy in MRT?” is a gritty mix of math-rock transitions and emotive punk-rock lyrics which represents the collective emotional baggage that resonates within the minds of the four members. 221 more words


Album Review: folklore // Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift’s new album folklore is about the invisible strings that that tie us together and the stories that make us who we are today. 1,520 more words

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