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Taylor Swift releases highly anticipated album

Taylor Swift releases highly anticipated album

  KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter   Taylor Swift officially made the switch from a country artist to a pop artist with the release of her fifth album “1989.”   It…

Run the Jewels wrecks rap with new record

Run the Jewels wrecks rap with new record

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   In 2013, Run the Jewels’ debut, self-titled album was met with critical praise and success in the hip-hop community.   The lyrical content could…

Everything is not alright on Weezer’s new album

Everything is not alright on Weezer’s new album

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   At age 44, Weezer front man Rivers Coumo is still trying to find ways to reinvent his music, even if it means looking to…

The Hunts return to Ruston

The Hunts return to Ruston

Kailee Courts Staff Reporter   The concert was held at The Depot last Thursday.   People were able to get coffee from The Depot and then enjoy the live music…

Flying Lotus offers a glimpse into the afterlife

Flying Lotus offers a glimpse into the afterlife

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Musician Steve Ellison, better known under his stage name Flying Lotus, delivers a stellar concept album in his 2014 release, titled “You’re Dead!”  …

The Hunts are returning to Ruston

The Hunts are returning to Ruston

      KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter     After playing Tech Fest last May, The Hunts will be returning to Ruston for their “Life Was Simple” tour.   From…

Get your bang for no bucks

Get your bang for no bucks

The year 2014 is more than halfway done, and while the world is still waiting on some of the rumored major-label releases (here’s looking at you, Kanye), some smaller artists…

Reliving the best of the 1980s

Reliving the best of the 1980s

  The Molly Ringwalds rock the sounds of the past   Ray Patterson Staff Reporter Hailing from Sheffield, England, The Molly Ringwalds now call New Orleans home and Friday night…

Confusion at TechFest

Confusion at TechFest

RAY PATTERSON Staff Reporter Mixed reactions followed TechFest Friday night after lengthy delays, last minute stage changes and rumors of a potential police shutdown. TechFest was free and offered a…

Recital brings together two ensembles

Recital brings together two ensembles

  IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   No kings or queens present, but Louisiana Tech students still made the audience feel like royalty with their performance titled “An Evening of Chamber…