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Matt Starling Releases ‘Music for Nina,’ An Ambient And Immersive Escape

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November 25, 2020

  Creating music isn’t something that Matt Starling just does, even though he has built a life and career in and around it. Instead, music seems to be an integral part of how he understands and...

Keaton Henson’s ‘Monument’ Is a Love-Letter to Grief and Hope

Henson in London, November 2013. (Photo Courtesy Sophie Harris-Taylor)
November 23, 2020

  Keaton Henson is an English musician, poet and visual artist whose work is known to provoke intense emotion and feeling. He has released five folk-rock albums, including the popular “Dear”...

Silver Cup’s Debut EP is a Dreamy Reflection

Local band Silver Cup releases debut EP (Courtesy Brittany Barnes)
November 17, 2020

  Local band Silver Cup has released their long-awaited, self-titled debut EP. Following the release of five other singles and three music videos, the band has gained substantial popularity —...

IDKHOW Releases Debut Album ‘Razzmatazz’

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November 15, 2020

  While 2020 has inarguably brought a lot of hardship to the lives of many, it has also allowed certain music groups to tap into their roots, rediscover their identities and bring us fresher music...

Ariana Grande Reaffirms Her ‘Positions’ as a Vocal Powerhouse and Chart Topper

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November 6, 2020

  In 2017, Nicki Minaj told us that “Ariana run pop.” On her sixth studio album, Grande shows that she might be the president of R&B, too. The Lead-Up We’ve seen a long list of “quarantine...

‘Separating the Art from the Artist’ Is Just Another Way to Continue Supporting Abusers

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October 28, 2020

  On July 12, 2020, rapper Tory Lanez shot fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion multiple times in her feet. She underwent surgery to remove the bullets, and before even leaving the operating room,...

The Chronicle Playlist: Falling Leaves and Changing Music

(Photo by: Justin Prather | The Daily Utah Chronicle).
October 23, 2020

  With the shifting temperatures, the turn to autumn typically brings a shift in my listening habits as well. Whereas in the summer I typically reach for upbeat pop music, in the fall, I find myself...

‘Tickets to My Downfall’ Proves Pop-Punk is Machine Gun Kelly’s Fastball

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October 11, 2020

  Machine Gun Kelly’s fifth studio album "Tickets to My Downfall" is your ticket back to 2005. Genre Hopping Colson Baker – whose stage name Machine Gun Kelly has become more real to him...

‘Everywhere at the End of Time’ Depicts the Horrors of Dementia Through Sound

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September 26, 2020

  I’m more familiar than most with the horrors of dementia — my grandpa had Alzheimer’s disease — but I am still a stranger to how terrifying it must be to actually experience such mental...

Dive Into a Futuristic World with The Neighbourhood’s ‘Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones’

The Neighbourhood performing in 2014 (courtesy Flickr.)
September 25, 2020

  California indie-rock band The Neighbourhood has ushered in a new era with the release of their latest album “Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones.” The band first teased the album back in August...

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