Category: CD Reviews

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Album Review: Justice by Justin Bieber

Justice  Justin Bieber Def Jam Recordings Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber’s latest album, Justice, has raised eyebrows in both good and bad ways. The music itself is well-done, but it also brings baggage that...

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Album Review: Spaceman by Nick Jonas

Spaceman  Nick Jonas  Island Records Nick Jonas’ Spaceman was supposed to take his audience on a space odyssey but it barely achieves liftoff. The soundscapes of this album may be taken as euphoric but...

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Album Review: Poster Girl by Zara Larsson

Poster Girl Zara Larsson  Epic/Record Company TEN Score: C+  Zara Larsson’s third studio album, Poster Girl, is a fun but forgettable journey. Larsson’s vocals, mixed with refreshing, animated beats, show off a polished sense...

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Album Review: Satin Playground by Dacey

Satin Playground Dacey Dacey Score: A Dacey’s latest EP, Satin Playground will have you melting into your couch as you bathe in sunbeams on a Saturday afternoon. If you’re constantly looking to update your...

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Album Review: Collapsed in Sunbeams by Arlo Parks

Collapsed in Sunbeams  Arlo Parks  Transgressive Records  Score: A Arlo Parks’ debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams is an emotionally complex journey. Parks is both self-conscious and sincere in how she approaches her music. Collapsed...

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Album Review: Cooler Returns by Kiwi Jr.

Cooler Returns  Kiwi Jr. Sub Pop Records  Score: C The first words that come to mind when listening to Kiwi Jr.’s second album, Cooler Returns, are “easy-going.” Cooler Returns is free-flowing and carefree in...

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Album Review: Nobody is Listening by ZAYN

Nobody is Listening  ZAYN  RCA Records Score: B+  Zayn Malik, formerly of One Direction, has released his introspective third album, Nobody is Listening. It’s as if Zayn had written this album in his bedroom...

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Album Review: Spare Ribs by Sleaford Mods

Spare Ribs Sleaford Mods  Rough Trade Records  Score: B- Punk duo Sleaford Mods’ new album Spare Ribs is a social commentary that’s not only humorous but also grounded in reality. With Andrew Fearn on...