New Gorillaz album released after 7 years of silence

New Gorillaz album released after 7 years of silence

  Gorillaz’ new album is an apocalyptic dance-party playlist inspired by the catastrophic doomsday reality we are now experiencing caused by the new presidency. “Humanz (Deluxe)” runs 26 tracks, six of which are interludes less than a minute in length,...
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Damn: Kendrick Lamar’s mom-approved album

Damn: Kendrick Lamar’s mom-approved album

Kendrick Lamar’s mom said this was her son’s best album yet, and I am hardpressed to disagree with that. Damn. came to me in the late night during a thesis crunch at Starbucks. I subscribe to all the major streaming...
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Kasa Sushi:Your new go-to spot for Japanese food close to campus

Kasa Sushi:Your new go-to spot for Japanese food close to campus

Kasa Sushi opened up this last Wednesday, Nov. 16, making it the closest place to grab sushi near campus unless Sushi Bros ever returns. The new spot replaces Queen of Sheba, a well-loved Ethiopian restaurant that unfortunately closed earlier this...
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Turning the page on a new week at the comic shop

Turning the page on a new week at the comic shop

As comics continue to be one of the strongest and most consistent inspirations for modern television and film adaptations, we take a look at some of the most intriguing stories to hit the shelves this past month.   Champions #1...
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Luke Cage is Marvel’s most human hero yet

In a cinematic universe of thunder gods, sorcerers and kids with spider powers, the latest Marvel character to star in his own Netflix series feels like their most human hero yet, with a story that is just as grounded in...
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Taking ‘A Seat at the Table’ with the latest from Solange Knowles

Like Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly and Kanye West’s Yeezus, Solange Knowles’s latest album is another recent release centered on black consciousness and molded by the current day struggles of racism, police brutality and remaining carefree in a sy...
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Songs you should hear (summer edition)

Songs you should hear (summer edition)

BY CAITLYN RALPH AND JASMINE RESPESS “The Five Of Us Are Dying” – My Chemical Romance “The Five Of Us Are Dying” is the original demo of My Chemical Romance’s classic track “Welcome To The Black Parade.” Beginning with a...
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New songs you should hear

  BY CAITLYN RALPH AND JASMINE RESPESS A lot happens in the music world between the Tangent’s bi-weekly production schedule. While Caitlyn and Jasmine would love to cover it all, they can’t – so, instead, we had them choose their...
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A former comic geek Marvels at ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ a stark but welcome contrast from your average superhero film

  SUBMITTED BY DYLAN PRYOR Marvel’s latest film plays to the franchise’s strengths with a character-driven ensemble story that both satisfyingly completes a near flawless trilogy for one of its flagship characters, and begins a new chapter for almost ...
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New songs you should hear

  BY CAITLYN RALPH AND JASMINE RESPESS A lot happens in the music world between the Tangent’s bi-weekly production schedule. While Caitlyn and Jasmine would love to cover it all, they can’t – so, instead, we had them choose their...
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