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Music Review: “Petals for Armor” by Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams released her debut solo studio album, “Petals for Armor,” a raw sound that ends up working really well as an overarching musical style.

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Retro Rewind: Queen’s “A Night at the Opera”

Turn on a radio, and you might hear “We Are The Champions”, “Another One Bites The Dust” or the marvelous, though overplayed, tune “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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Music review: “It Is What It Is” by Thundercat

American musician Stephen Lee Bruner, Thundercat, released his fourth studio album “It Is What It Is” on April 3 to praise from critics and audiences alike.

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Music Review: “The New Abnormal” by The Strokes

Somewhat derivative at times in its melodies and chord progressions, it’s still an enjoyable album that manages to push the band’s musical boundaries while keeping their songwriting signatures.

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Music Review: After Hours by The Weeknd

Regardless, sharp synths and well-produced beats, along with the Weeknd’s signature falsetto, make this record an interesting listening experience.

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Music Review: CALM by 5 Seconds of Summer

The finished product is without any filler, showcasing the band’s well-oiled ability to write a good song in their pop-rock wheelhouse while also demonstrating their catalog’s diversity.

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Music Review: Future Nostalgia by Dua Lipa

The nearly flawless record, containing a total of 11 songs, effortlessly bounces from nu-disco to synth-pop, channeling female pop singers of the past in an effort that feels remarkably fresh.

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Music Review: Kelsea by Kelsea Ballerini

“Kelsea” is a refreshingly relatable look at country-pop stardom, with Ballerini showcasing her vulnerability through an honest songwriting voice that makes her incredibly relatable.

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Music Review: Heartbreak Weather by Niall Horan

A collection of breakup songs for the digital age, “Heartbreak Weather” is a diverse and interesting album that doesn’t just stick to a single angle of breakups, adding sleek production and melancholy lyrical content to convey Horan’s message.

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Music Review: Lonely Generation by Echosmith

This is an enjoyable pop album that plays it safe but doesn’t pull itself into a monotonous drag, leading to a cohesive and fun listening experience.

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