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The Joy Formidable: ‘Hitch’

DILLON NELSON Staff Reporter| djn002@ latech.edu       On The Joy Formidable’s previous two albums, sustaining momentum has occasionally been an issue. This is especially prevalent in their third…

Young Thug: ‘Slime Season Three’

ELLIE MOSLANDER Arts and Entertainment Editor| emo012@ latech.edu     Young Thug, the Atlanta rapper known for his almost outrageous personality, has done something with his new album, only Young…

“Painting With” Animal Collective

“Painting With” Animal Collective

  ELLIE MOSLANDER  Editor-in-Chief | emo012@ latech.edu   The experimental indie band Animal Collective’s new album “Painting With” was simply not all it could have been. Members Avery Tare (David…

“Ritualize” Lush Life

“Ritualize” Lush Life

  ELLIE MOSLANDER  Editor-in-Chief | emo012@latech.edu   With the Philadelphia rapper Lushlife’s third album “Ritualize,” he has branched out from solely self-produced work and it shows.   It’s obvious he…

Kevin Gates

Kevin Gates

ALEX HEARD  Staff Reporter | amh072@latech.edu   Kevin Gates is a tough guy from the streets of Baton Rouge.   As a “dirty South” rapper, his beats must “bang,” the…

Kanye West: “The Life of Pablo”

Kanye West: “The Life of Pablo”

  JOHN SADLER  Features Editor | jts040@ latech.edu   Kanye has always been most comfortable talking about Kanye.   From “The College Dropout” to “Yeezus,” all of his albums have…

Music Review: Moth | Chairlift

Music Review: Moth | Chairlift

ELLIE MOSLANDER Editor-in-Chief | emo012@latech.edu Chairlift, the electronic indie pop band from Brooklyn, experiment with various music genres while still producing their classic synth in their newest album “Moth.” Although…

Music Review: Blackstar

Music Review: Blackstar

  JOHN SADLER  Features Editor| jts040@ latech.edu   On Jan. 10, the world lost David Bowie.   Known by his many alternate personas and his always shifting stance on popular…

J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar: “Black Friday”

J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar: “Black Friday”

  RAHEEM PROCTOR  Staff Reporter | rjp020@latech.edu    Diehard hip-hop fans these days will claim that hip-hop is slowly dying.   It is very common for fans to express how…

Tech host Nashville musicians

Tech host Nashville musicians

    REBEKAH BARNES Staff Reporter | reb033@ latech.edu   Louisiana Tech and Union Board welcomed Ben Rector to Ruston with a concert in Howard Auditorium last week.   Rector…