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Big Time Rush return strong on “Another Life”

Big Time Rush return strong on “Another Life”

(Photo courtesy of: People) “Big Time Rush reunited in 2021 after a seven-year hiatus and released their first album in a decade this year.” Tyler Browne Connector Editor Over a decade after the release of their last album, boy band Big Time Rush has returned with “Another Life”, which perfectly updates their sound to fit

“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” protects Swift’s legacy

(Photo courtesy of: Forbes) “Taylor Swift announces the release of ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ during an Eras Tour show in August.” Tyler Browne Connector Editor Pop star Taylor Swift released “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”, on Oct. 27, making it the fourth in her series of re-recorded albums. The original “1989” was released in 2014. The “Taylor’s Version”

Ten years later, “Night Time, My Time” still excels

(Photo courtesy of: Pitchfork) “Sky Ferreiera’s ‘Night Time, My Time’ is celebrating its tenth anniversary.” Jonathan Hatem Connector Staff “Night Time, My Time” by Sky Ferreira is 10 years old as of Oct. 29 this year. While the energetic electronic pop record was well received, it’s still her only full-length album release. This isn’t from

Rolling Stones return from a seven-year hiatus

(Photo courtesy of: AP News) “The Rolling Stones perform songs from their new album at a surprise club show.” Tyler Browne Connector Editor On Oct. 20, the Rolling Stones released “Hackney Diamonds,” their first album since 2016. The 21st century has been a tumultuous one for the Stones, who have released just two albums since

All Time Low’s “Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now” celebrates ten years

(Photo courtesy of: We Love DC). “All Time Low’s ‘Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now’ has now been out for a decade.” Riley Fontana Connector Editor 2013 was undeniably one of the biggest years in the pop-punk underground revival and it got even bigger on September 30, 2013, when Baltimore band All Time Low released the

Album Review: Barnett is on time

(Photo courtesy by ELIZABETH WEINBERG) Courtney Barnett is an Australian singer.  Alex Decato-Roed Connector Staff With her unmistakable Sheryl Crow-like vocal delivery and Tom Petty style guitar hooks, Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett returns with her fourth studio album, “Things Take Time, Take Time.” A softer and more reflective release of the well-crafted, catchy pop songs

“Planet Her”: Doja Cat’s new empowering statement album is out of this world

(Photo Courtesy of Kemosabe and RCA Records) Sabrina Monteiro Connector Contributor On June 25 of this year, talented rapper, singer and songwriter, Doja Cat, released a brand-new album, “Planet Her”. This release left fans feeling far beyond excited. It should come as no surprise that once again, she exceeded all expectations. The first track, “Woman”,

“SOUR”: An emotional and relatable breakthrough album that is full of fury and heartbreak

(Photo Courtesy of Geffen Records) Allison Lam Connector Contributor On May 21, 18-year-old, Olivia Rodrigo, released her internet-breaking first album, “SOUR”. The album contained her well-known, previously released songs, “drivers license” and “deja vu”, along with newer hits like “brutal” and “happier”. Rodrigo has been in the public eye since a very young age. Many