Tag: Lana Del Rey

Critical Voices: <i>Norman Fucking Rockwell!</i>, Lana Del Rey

Critical Voices: Norman Fucking Rockwell!, Lana Del Rey

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09/13/2019

Introspective and immersed in nostalgia, Lana Del Rey’s sixth studio album Norman Fucking Rockwell! (2019) does not reflect a specific era—it captures a feeling. Infused with images and memories of California, the album exemplifies Lana’s ability to transcend genre and allows listeners to glimpse a more tender, vulnerable side of her character.    Lana Del Rey’s…

The Weekly List: Summertime Sadness

The Weekly List: Summertime Sadness

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06/27/2019

I don’t know about you, but at this point in the summer, I miss Georgetown a lot, it’s been getting to my feelings. I miss my friends, my Henle room, the smell of the trees in the Spring, and just sometimes, the classes. As a student with terrible coping mechanisms, I listen to sad songs…

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

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10/30/2018

The idea of outspoken, unusual women as “witches” is a concept that can be traced back long before Salem, but I like to associate 21st century witchcraft with more of an unashamed expression of a woman’s identity, rather than black cats and evil spells. This week, I thought I’d play Devil’s Advocate (literally) and introduce…

The Weekly List: Midterm Season

The Weekly List: Midterm Season

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10/01/2018

Even though it feels like classes only started two weeks ago, it’s somehow that magical time of the first semester known as ~Midterm Season~. Whether you’re cramming for Calc, spending your nights in Lau on that Econ grind, or you’ve just realized you have three papers due in the next week, here are some relevant…

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

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03/14/2018

The stereotype of Lana Del Rey’s music is that it best fits emo young girls who are trying to be hipster and artsy. Yet, her discography hides many musically and lyrically complex pieces of art. From her oldest album Born to Die, to her most recent, Lust for Life, Del Rey has developed a unique sound…

Halftime Reviews: <i>Beauty Behind the Madness</i> by The Weeknd

Halftime Reviews: Beauty Behind the Madness by The Weeknd

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09/15/2015

Abel Tesfaye, known to most as The Weeknd, has been taking the world by storm for the past year. He has collaborated with many artists, including Sia for her song “Elastic Heart”, and “Love Me Harder” by Ariana Grande, and has had hits himself with, “Earned It”, “Often”, and “The Hills”. While his previous two…

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