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The Best Hip-Hop of 2013

The hip-hop world has seen a lot this year. Many great independent artists cemented themselves with sophomore releases, Earl Sweatshirt finally released an album and Kanye West… Read More...

Death Grips Stick to Strengths With Free Album

I’m going to preface this review with the following statement: I don’t really get the indie music community’s obsession with Death Grips. The first time I heard of the Sacra… Read More...

Protest the Hero turns it up a notch with new album

Earlier this year, Canadian progressive metal five-piece Protest the Hero took two big jumps in their career. First, founding member and drummer Moe Carlson left the band in orde… Read More...

Action Bronson continues his streak

Of all the new rappers who have come out of the so-called “new school” of hip-hop, there are few more unique, in both personality and style, than New York’s Action Bronson. A t… Read More...

Thom Smith creates unique electronic music

Though I am a fan of electronic music, I often find myself very frustrated with how much of it sounds the same. I honestly cannot tell the difference between all the dudes in wifebeat… Read More...

Red Fang a callback to eighties thrash

When I first discovered the bearded, beer guzzling members of Portland’s Red Fang, the first thing that came to mind was their city of origin. At the time, I was in the city visitin… Read More...

Deap Vally’s delayed, anticipated debut is worth the wait

I first discovered Los Angeles’ garage-blues duo Deap Vally in August, when skimming through a set of photos taken by Spin Magazine at San Francisco’s 2013 Outside Lands Fest… Read More...

Wacky Rapper Strikes Gold with Seriousness

In the contemporary hip-hop landscape, artists with big personalities and raunchy lyrics are pretty much everywhere. The club “banger” market of pounding bass and encoura… Read More...

Touché Amoré continue to blur lines of hardcore

In late 1999, Jacob Bannon, artist and frontman of the legendary metal-core band “Converge,” formed Deathwish Inc., an independent record label dedicated to promoting sma… Read More...

New art exhibit showcases summer memories

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, the Goldman Schwartz art studio presented its new exhibition of student artwork created over the summer of 2013. The paintings (advertised as “new work … Read More...

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