Mac’s Back: A Review of Mac Demarco’s New Singles

The king of Jizz Jazz himself, Mac DeMarco, stumbled back onto everyone’s radar late January, debuting two new singles off his new album This Old Dog, set to release on May 5th. Following up his 2015 mini-LP, Another One, DeMarco finished up this album after transitioning to Los Angeles from his house by the water…
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Lorde Returns- Singles Review

The Queen has returned. While most UF students were enjoying their spring breaks, visiting tropical destinations or knocking over motorcycles, I was holed up in my room, listening to “Green Light” on repeat. After an extended hiatus, Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor, more commonly known by her stage name, Lorde, released two singles from her sophomore…
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Changeville 2017: Gainesville’s Social Change Festival

The second annual Changeville festival is happening today, Thursday, March 2nd and tomorrow, Friday, March 3rd in Downtown Gainesville. Changeville was created to gather a group of artists and activists to drive social change. It is a festival with a purpose, and this purpose is strong. Featuring performers and exhibits that were chosen based on…
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Album Review: Dams of the West’s Youngish American

Dams of the West’s first album, Youngish American, is a mixture of garage rock, indie, and alt-punk, with a blend of lyrics that fluctuate between funny and profound. Dams of the West is the first solo project of Chris Tomson, writer, multi-instrumentalist, and most notably drummer of Vampire Weekend. The album was released on February…
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Tourist History Turns 7: A Love Letter To My Favorite Album

It was in the back of my friend Ryan’s car on the way to crew practice that I first heard Irish band Two Door Cinema Club’s single “What You Know” for the first time. Everyone and their mom knows the song to some degree nowadays, but six years ago it was still on the up…
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