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An abundance of Katherines; Six album offers fantastic take on history

Alexandra Fry, Features Editor

March 20, 2020

Six, the cast album of the soon-to-be broadway musical of the same name, starts with the old rhyme  “Divorced. Beheaded. Died.” From there, it fills a gruesome history lesson with wordplay, catchy songs, and a new take o...

“Green Day’s”  “Father of All…” is a nauseating punishment that we don’t deserve

Otis Hixon, Music Reviewer

March 4, 2020

“Green Day’s” “Father of All…” is an anomaly. The album somehow plays it too safe while managing to pursue the worst ideas possible. Although often revisiting the blandest of the group’s previous work, the sound-produc...

“Fug Yep No. 2” treads water

Otis Hixon, Music Reviewer

December 29, 2019

Although a nice novelty made for a good cause, The Shins’ new singles lacked the imagination of previous projects. A member of the group recently passed away due to alcoholism, so the single was released as a contribution to t...