Monica Cho

Critical Voices: Jimmy Eat World, <i>Integrity Blues</i>

Critical Voices: Jimmy Eat World, Integrity Blues

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10/31/2016

Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle” is a quintessential emo anthem. It’s even seen a recent spike in activity, owing to Taylor Swift’s Apple Music ad, but Integrity Blues, the band’s most recent album, shows a significant departure from Jimmy’s pop-punk roots. Integrity Blues is nearly unrecognizable, leaving behind angsty alternative sounds for experimentation in vibrant…

Artist Spotlight: Our Last Night

Artist Spotlight: Our Last Night

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10/26/2016

You could listen to pop music, but maybe that’s too mainstream for your angsty, alternative self. Might I recommend the Punk Goes Pop albums? They’re exactly what they sound like: all your favorite punk bands covering Billboard’s top hits. Just think about it–Mayday Parade, A Day to Remember, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! taking on Jason…

The Weekly List: Midterm Survival Kit

The Weekly List: Midterm Survival Kit

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10/04/2016

Midterms are upon us, and if you’re asking yourself, “How am I going to get through this?” The answer is by cranking the volume up to 100 and blasting these “everything is terrible, my life sucks, screw society” songs, that’s how.     Drown – Bring Me the Horizon “Don’t let me drown,” – Me to my…

Critical Voices: Shawn Mendes, <i>Illuminate</i>

Critical Voices: Shawn Mendes, Illuminate

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10/03/2016

When Shawn Mendes first broke out onto the scene in 2014, he was fresh-faced and stealing teen hearts everywhere. It’s 2016 and his new album, Illuminate, plays with a more mature sound, touching on topics of sex and domestic abuse. Mendes’ vocals shine in this album, and his declaration that he’s an adult artist is…

Artist Spotlight: Marianas Trench

Artist Spotlight: Marianas Trench

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09/22/2016

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a bit of an obsessive person. Especially when it comes to music. I tend to pick a band and then listen to nothing but that until some months later, when I suddenly fall into a musical rut. Then I find a new band to obsess over. The point…

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