Category: CD Reviews

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Ye and Jay work well seperately

Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne Roc-A-Fella, Roc Nation, Def Jam After weeks of hype and meticulous secrecy, Jay-Z and Kanye West’s much-anticipated and highly promoted collaboration, Watch The Throne, hit iTunes on...

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Two Way Mirror reflects a stale sound

Crystal Antlers Two-Way Mirror, Recreation Ltd. Released July 19, 2011 Crystal Antlers want to remind you that ’60’s psychedelia doesn’t live in the past. Blasting a fragile yet explosive sound, the five piece from...

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Fleet Foxes new album organic and romantic

Released: May 3, 2011. Sub Pop Records  The Fleet Foxes’ newest album Helplessness Blues seems appropriately named, as the group have made their lyrical endeavours more intimately personal, and their music more haunting. Robin...

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D-O-Double-G double sucks

By Kevin Rushworth The big Snoopy D-O-double G himself—other wise known as Snoop Dogg—has taught me four lessons through his bangin’ tunes; first off, the self titled father of rap taught me to lay...

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for March 24

Hello Bella’s full-length and most recent album Echoes of the Atmosphere is propelled by electrifying guitar melodies and skilful drumming, both of which work together to give a glamourous power-pop feel to Ontario native...

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for March 10

Amos Lee Mission Bell Blue Note Records This album is adult-contemporary at its best, which isn’t necessarily the best thing. I’m sure Lee is a very talented individual, but when he spouts lyrics like...

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Noise 101 for Feb. 17, 2011

Jam soothes the  student soul by Carter Arlette The Reflector Music is one of the many things that makes our species unique. The ability to take strings, sticks and skins, and arrange them in...