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Babygirl’s “Losers Weepers” is outside the box of genre

“Losers Weepers” doesn’t fit completely into either the pop or rock genre, however it does pay tribute to those major influences on the music world. If you plan to give this underground duo a chance, lose all prior expectations of those two genres, and you will be pleasantly surprised by the creativity of the band’s approach to loss.

‘OK Orchestra’ Review: AJR has never been this strong

'OK Orchestra' is utterly unique — a beautiful, surprising yet fantastic evolution from “Neotheater” while still being true to its predecessors. It is sprawling and powerful and musically compelling, but it is full of stories. 

Justin Bieber’s ‘Justice:’ many features, same song

Repetition is not inherently a bad thing, but it begs to question why Bieber didn’t take the opportunity to branch out in subject matter. If you’re in love, you love love, or you're Hailey Rhode Baldwin Bieber, you’ll appreciate the many ways Bieber expresses his love and gratitude. If not, maybe a song or two will suffice.

Not mad, just disappointed: Wallows releases deluxe version of ‘Remote’ EP

Lacking any sort of cohesion and suffering from bouts of uninspiredness or overly-produced sounds, Remote is a clear indication that Wallows is still wading their feet in waters of their potential. 

Fans, critics alike are ‘elated!’ for Bea Miller’s new album

Breaking her way into the music industry after getting ninth place in season two of X-Factor, Bea Miller has been releasing music since 2014. Her new album “elated!” is authentic artistry representing the struggles of young adulthood through her honest emotions and experiences.

‘Letter To You,’ a simple, meaningful revival of the E-Street Band

I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that everyone who calls the Garden State home has, at the very least, heard of “The Boss,” Bruce Springsteen. And now, the Boss is back — though he’s definitely a bit different.

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