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    Album review: Peter Oren – Anthropocene

    Deep, clear and rustic, Peter Oren’s voice mimics wisdom and commands respect. That voice, with all of its raw and rumbling power, is the focal point of his latest record, Anthropocene. He is a fledgling artist who seems to hold a lifetime of experience as both a songwriter and a man. Fiercely, he wields his voice as a tool to ensure that ...

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    Album review: The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

    Adam Granduciel epitomizes introversion. He prefers to work alone, not only mixing and producing his own albums, but performing nearly every instrument during the recording process as well. After all the success achieved as The War On Drugs, or even backing his long-time buddy Kurt Vile and the Violators, Granduciel still works through the same crippling anxiety and occasional bouts of depression ...

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    USU WBB @ UC Irvine – 10 Nov 2017 – Jaden Johnson LIVE Stream

    Jaden Johnson gives the call as Utah State Women’s Basketball takes on the Anteaters in Irvine to open the season on the road. USU’s Olivia West (G)scored a career-high 32 in her 1st career start but fouled out late before UCI went on a 19-3 run to win on a half-court buzzer beater. ...

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    Show review: Cults

    I remember discovering Cult’s most famous sugary pop song, “Go Outside,” folding laundry when I was 14 years old. I didn’t stop listening to it for weeks. When I walked into Urban Lounge last Sunday night, the same feelings I had as a 14-year-old came rushing back, amidst the smoke and smell of alcohol on tongues all around me. I was younger ...

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    Album review: Joseph Childress – Joseph Childress

    Nearly all who live in the west feel a deep-rooted connection to the wild and the varying landscapes that encompass it. In his self-titled sophomore LP, Joseph Childress aims to articulate the sense of prideful ownership that westerners feel toward their land. He returns with the same acoustic, minimalistic style of the home-recordings we were first introduced to in Rebirth, adding focus ...

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