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You’ll be falling for Trevor Daniel after hearing his debut album ‘Nicotine’

You'll be falling for Trevor Daniel after hearing his debut album 'Nicotine'

Morgan Hume

April 5, 2020

Like smoking a cigarette, Trevor Daniel’s album “Nicotine” is addictive.  On March 26, the 25-year-old musician released his debut record and the collection of 10 short pop songs each deserve a spot on the radio.  Daniel kicks off the record with the title track “Nicotine,” incorporating them...

Country or pop? Zac Brown Band ditches classic sound to fuse other genres into experimental new album

The cover photo of “The Owl,” Zac Brown Band’s seventh studio album that was released on Friday.

Morgan Hume

September 25, 2019

Country powerhouse Zac Brown Band is known for their twainy vocals and acoustic guitar riffs, but they are pushing the genre’s limits on their latest album as they trade their southern roots for a pop sound. The band released their 11-track record “The Owl” on Sept. 20. It is clear that the...

Korean boyband ‘BTS’ drops new pop album filled with poetic lyrics and rhythmic tracks

The members of BTS have been steadily on the rise since their formation in 2013

Sarah Turley

April 24, 2019

Korean musical group BTS has become the biggest boyband in the world as their international fame has increased steadily over the past few years, leading to multiple world tours. On April 12, the seven members of BTS released their latest album “MAP OF THE SOUL : PERSONA,” a record that features...

Synth vibes from Craft Spells entertain at Great Scott Sunday night

Courtesy of Craft Spells Facebook page

March 16, 2015

By Jennifer Usovicz For a little fun on Sunday night the bands Craft Spells, The Bilinda Butchers, and Funeral Advantage played sets of dreamy beach tunes to warm the spirits of frozen Bostonians, the night this winter became the snowiest in Boston's history. Just a few hours before the performance,...

Justin Timberlake proves he can still bring sexy back with new “20/20 Experience”

March 28, 2013

Mackenzie Cummings-Grady  Journal Staff There was no way we couldn't not review Justin Timberlake’s new album this week. The 20/20 Experience has been advertised on every website, Super Bowl commercial, and magazine known to man since the album was announced back in January. The commercial debut...

The Wonder Years embark on new musical journey with new ablum

February 20, 2013

Alexandra Martinez  Journal Staff Lansdale, Penn.-based pop-punk band The Wonder Years started off 2013 with a brand new album; it marks the band’s third album, but can it really be called that? It’s really a collection of unreleased tracks that spans much of the band’s career. The songs releas...

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