Album Review: Charli XCX – Charli

By Kiah Easton, Columns Editor [Asylum/Atlantic; 2019] Rating:  8/10 Key tracks: “Gone”, “Click”, “February 2017” It’s Charli baby! More than two years after Charli XCX’s glossy hyper-pop project, Pop 2, she has released her third full-length album, reflectively entitled Charli. A continuation of the PC Music affiliated, experimental pop developed in her latest projects, Charli…

Artist Profile: Andrés

By Marvin Dotiyal, Features Editor [Photos by Blacksheep Imaging] “When you’re up on a stage, don’t be the hero that they want, but what they need,” Andrés gracefully sings in the closing lines of his Heroes, Villains, and All That Jazz opener, “Andrespacito”. Reiterating his father’s teachings to be more than just a musical artist but…

Artist Profile: Molly Burch

By Abby Jeffers, News Editor [Photo courtesy of Molly Burch/Captured Tracks] Vocalist and songwriter Molly Burch grew up watching her dad sing along to the Ben Folds Five from the backseat of the car and “truly believing” that he was actually a member of the band. Her dad was involved in the Los Angeles movie…

Battle of the Bands 2018 Q&A: sweat workers

By Maria Lubanovic, Copy Editor [Photo by Joe Medlen] Q&A with lead vocalist Dani Wasserman of sweat workers. How would you describe your musical style? Dani: The words “bedroom pop” seem to come up a lot. I guess ’cause a lot of it was made in my bedroom. I don’t really know; it’s hard to…

Band Profile: Damn the Witch Siren

By Abby Jeffers, Contributor [Photos by Chip Willis, Bobbi Kitten and Z Wolf] Columbus electro-pop duo Damn the Witch Siren have always been a feminist band. Concocted by frontwoman Bobbi Kitten, even the origin of its name is rooted in feminism, stemming from a fascination with the Salem Witch Trials and with sirens in classics…