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The Ultimate Exam Study Playlist

To me, music is motivation. Having the right song to listen to at a given moment is essential. When walking through the library, I see more and more students wearing headphones while studying. This led me to question what everyone is listening to. Is it the stimulating compositions of Ludwig van Beethoven? The hype rap
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Kae Sun “Whoever Comes Knocking” Review

Being now well established, Ghanaian/Canadian artist Kae Sun is back with his third studio album “Whoever Comes Knocking”. Previous to this album, Kae Sun had released two albums, “Lion on a Leash” and “Afriyie”, and various Eps but the albums are the major highlights. They are a great mix of R&B and singer/songwriter with his
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Album Review: Crooked Shadows

After a 7-year hiatus, Dashboard Confessional returns with their new studio album, Crooked Shadows. Dashboard confessional, originating in Boca Raton, Florida, is an American rock band, fronted by lead singer, Chris Carrabba. Crooked Shadows, the band’s 7th studio album, signifies a new direction for the band as they take a clear step away from their
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Turnstile “Time & Space” Review

Hitting the ground running, Turnstile returns with their sophomore album “Time & Space”. The band has made a big name for themselves in the world of Hardcore Punk and the general music world. Having previously released several Eps and another full-length album, they have culminated an impactful, and distant style of Hardcore. Their 2016 debut
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Album Review: WorkTapes

“WorkTapes is made up of seven little Polaroids from my life that are masquerading as songs”, Ron Pope posts on twitter publicizing the release of his newest EP. New York City based singer-songwriter Ron Pope surprises fans with a fresh seven song EP to follow-up his 2017 album, Work. Pope, most famously recognized for his
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