Lucy Dacus releases new music video 

By Lauren Patterson, Copy Editor [Photo courtesy of Bandcamp] Spawning from her 2018 album Historian, Lucy Dacus has released a new music video for her highest-streamed track, “Night Shift.” Read more: Rihanna explains Super Bowl Performance and Album Update in New Interview The video was directed by filmmaker Jane Schoenbrun, and features actors E.R. Fightmaster…

Lucy Dacus releases two Carole King covers

[Photo courtesy of Matador Records] By Julia Weber, Features Editor Lucy Dacus released two new renditions of Carole King songs at midnight on Wednesday, Sept. 28th. She covered “Home Again” and “It’s Too Late” from King’s 1971 album Tapestry. Read more: Spoon releases new remix of Lucifer on the Sofa   At 11:46 p.m. last night,…

Album Review: Julien Baker – Little Oblivions

By Jonah Krueger, News Editor
[Matador; 2021]
Rating: 7/10
Key tracks: “Heatwave”, “Ringside”, “Song in E”
Is anyone else so ruined by internet culture that the opening organ chords to “Hardline” immediately bring Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” to mind? Just me? 

ACRN’s Top 25 Albums of 2018

2018, a compelling year for rising artists from a web of musical trajectories. 1. Noname – Room 25, [Self-released; 2018] By Kwase Lane, Staff Writer Everything that someone could love about Noname’s music is taken to the next level in Room 25. One of the great things about Noname is that she doesn’t wear out…