Contact | 0 article


Harry Styles is timeless, if not a bit contrived, on “Harry’s House”

On May 20, Harry Styles released “Harry’s House,” the artist’s third studio album. “Harry’s House” follows the artist’s previous successes and is a vibrant, cohesive addition to his repertoire.

| Junior Business Director

“Tell Me That It’s Over” is an intricate and smart follow-up to Wallows’ debut

On March 25, Wallows released “Tell Me That It’s Over,” their much-anticipated sophomore record. In the album, the indie-alt band touches on ideas of uncertainty, trust, evocation and responsibility in relationships.  Many songs on this album continue the high energy that “Nothing Happens,” the band’s 2019 debut, introduces. Wallows has grown in depth and scale […]

| Junior Business Director

“Tick, tick … BOOM!” on Netflix review: An explosion of musical genius

Lin Manuel Miranda’s directing and Andrew Garfield’s acting add to the original musical, creating a beautiful movie experience.

| Senior Engagement Editor

‘Sob Rock’ by John Mayer is sonically brilliant, yet somewhat superficial

John Mayer’s eighth album offers up a beautiful trip back to the 1980s; yet his latest release’s legacy is up to interpretation.

| Contributing Writer

‘Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine’ builds off of Brockhampton’s other albums to create a sound all its own

Brockhampton, alongside features such as A$AP Rocky, JPEGMafia and Shawn Mendes, hits all the right notes with their new album “Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine,” as the album places the themes of pain, self-expression and racial discrimination at center stage.

| Contributing Writer

Sign up for the email edition

Stay up to date with everything happening as Washington University returns to campus.

Subscribe