The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk alum Jillian Ann’s debut EP is truly romantic

The cover of Jillian Ann's debut EP

Sarah Lukowski

May 19, 2020

Suffolk University alum and 2020 Berklee College of Music graduate, Jillian Ann, recently released her debut EP “Truly, Madly, Deeply” that is ultimately honest in navigating the complicated feelings that come with a romantic relationship.  The five songs on the album were written and composed over the s...

Vanessa Carlton: latest album, tour dates and new sound

Vanessa Carlton: latest album, tour dates and new sound

Felicity Otterbein

February 22, 2017

Once part of the “one-hit-wonder” club, Vanessa Carlton is returning to the stage scene with a renewed sense of purpose and self. Everyone in the English-speaking world knows her for her hit single, “A Thousand Miles.” A decade after it’s initial release and crowds still lose their minds...

‘Kintsugi’ showcases the best of beloved indie-rock band

Courtesy of Death Cab For Cutie's Facebook page

Haley Peabody

April 8, 2015

After years of remaining quietly on the sidelines, popular indie-rock band Death Cab for Cutie has released their first album in nearly four years. Entitled “Kintsugi,” this latest album showcases the scope of the band’s talent, highlighting their best work to date. “Kintsugi,” also known...

‘Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance’ to Belle and Sebastian’s latest hit

Photo courtesy of Belle and Sebastian website

Haley Peabody

February 18, 2015

As Front-man Stuart Murdoch begins to sing coolly on the opening track, “Nobody’s Empire” of Belle and Sebastian’s ninth studio album, “Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance,” it is evident that the band has served up yet another irresistible album. Their signature, quirky indie-rock sound...

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