Category: CD Reviews

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CD Review: Joanne by Lady Gaga

To many, the statement “Gaga does country” doesn’t necessarily sound appealing, and in short, it isn’t, however, Joanne, the latest from the contemporary pop idol, does mark a change from the sound of 2013’s...

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1992 by The Game

One of Compton’s finest, The Game continues his story-telling style of rap on this project, discussing the variety of issues in the Los-Angeles county city. From police violence to the tensions between the crips...

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CD Review: Cold War by Of Mice & Men

Cold World is Of Mice & Men’s second album since the departure of guitarist and vocalist Shayley Bourget. Unlike Restoring Force – the band’s previous album – Cold World is an evolution, rather than...

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CD Review: 22, A million by Bon Iver

Five years of myriad side projects, multiple collabs with Kanye, and a tentative break-up have left listeners wondering if Justin Vernon and Bon Iver would ever re-enter their cabin in the woods and return...

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CD Review: Touch by July Talk

July Talk’s reputation has been built on its dichotomy between light and heavy. From Leah Fay and Peter Dreimanis’ battling vocals, to songs prone to quickly changing from soft to heavy in a heartbeat....

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CD Review: Wild World by Bastille

Bastille’s new album Wild World was well worth the wait. The lyrics of each song flow together like lines of poetry, and the samples used from some of the band’s favourite films add a...

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CD Review: My Woman by Angel Olsen

“I’ll let the light shine in/ It’s not gonna kill you” are lyrics off My Woman that particularly stand out in comparison to Olsen’s last album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness. Still true...