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Shaking up the industry: Billie Eilish releases first album (Review)

Shaking up the industry: Billie Eilish releases first album (Review)

Abigail Lindsay, A&E Editor

April 11, 2019


Filed under A&E, Music, Reviews

At only age 17, singer and songwriter Billie Eilish is completely changing the music industry.  Eilish’s first studio album titled WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO? was just released on Mar 31 and already turning out to be a massive success.   Billboard estimated that the album will reach a...

Hitting the perfect note: CHS’s music department

Hitting the perfect note: CHS’s music department

Abigail Lindsay and Carter Smith

March 1, 2019


Filed under A&E, Music

The music department of Carlisle High School devotes countless hours of hard work into preparing for their performances, yet they often go unnoticed by the student body. Carlisle High School is home to an outstanding orchestra, choir, and band with students and staff dedicating themselves to become better wit...

Weezer’s ‘Teal Album’: A true tribute to rock (Review)

Weezer’s ‘Teal Album’: A true tribute to rock (Review)

Zack Mattaboni, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


Filed under A&E, Music, Reviews, Showcase

The popular alternative rock group Weezer has released a new album which they have named Weezer (The Teal Album). While the album is recognizable by the color teal, it is officially called Weezer, just like every other album by the band.   The Teal Album came from seemingly nowhere, being released randomly on Jan ...

18 songs that made 2018 (Playlist)

18 songs that made 2018 (Playlist)

Parker Shabala, Staff Writer

January 2, 2019


Filed under A&E, Music, Playlists, Showcase

This year had been filled with hits from Drake’s “God’s Plan”, to “Tequila” by Dan and Shay.  Practically every genre has held a major spot on the Billboard chart with the diverse music suiting everyone’s taste.  Here’s a list of the top 18 songs that made 2018. ...

Twenty One Pilots creates brilliant backstory for upcoming album ‘Trench’ (Review)

Twenty One Pilots creates brilliant backstory for upcoming album ‘Trench’ (Review)

Carol Etzel, Magazine Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2018


Filed under A&E, Music, Reviews

Twenty One Pilots is back with new music, and this time they’ve also created an entire universe. In 2017, drummer Josh Dun accepted an award for the most dedicated fan base at the Alternative Press Awards. He said, “Tyler wishes he could be here; he’s actually off severing ties with Dema.” N...

New Weeknd album carries raw emotion (Review)

New Weeknd album carries raw emotion (Review)

Releigh Norrell, A&E Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under A&E, Music, Reviews

On the six-track, My Dear Melancholy, The Weeknd continues to develop his emotional and soulful R&B. Abel Tesfaye, better known by his stage name The Weeknd, had no releases in 2017. He finally released My Dear Melancholy on March 30, 2018, which was presumed to be about his past relationship...

Band brands: how artists chose their name

Band brands: how artists chose their name

Admir Durakovic, A&E Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under A&E, Music

A name for your band can make or break your career. This is the first impression that artists will leave on those listening. Let's take a look at some of the best.  

“Call of Duty: World at War” Soundtrack

“Call of Duty: World at War” Soundtrack

Admir Durakovic, A&E Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Music, Tune in Tuesday

Call of Duty: World at War was released in November of 2008. The game follows a Marine named Private Miller and a Soviet Union sniper named Dmitri Petrenko. Songs of interest on this soundtrack include "Russian Theme" and "Dog Fire." If you enjoy playing video games, this soundtrack is one to check ou...

Migos ‘Culture (II)’ shows potential but falls short of sequel success (Review)

Migos ‘Culture (II)’ shows potential but falls short of sequel success (Review)

Releigh Norrell, A&E Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under A&E, Music, Reviews

The hip-hop group, Migos, recently released Culture (II). This was a sequel to their previous Culture album, but it didn’t live up to the standards left by the first album. The songs, “Auto Pilot”, “Walk It Talk It Ft. Drake," and “Stir Fry” are the star songs on the original album. The ...

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