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Staff Editorial: Music Emissions’ Top Albums/EPs of 2017

Now that the holidays are over and arctic chills possessively rule most of the land, it’s prime time to applaud the artists of several genres who gave us moments of musical surprise and joy throughout an otherwise pretty bizarre year. This group of artists comprises a diverse mix of well-established and rising talents that filled […]

Staff Editorial: Music Emissions’ Top Albums/EPs/Mixtapes of 2016

Reflecting back on a year with extreme highs and lows, where we spent a good part of the year mourning the loss of irreplaceable music legends, now’s the time to commend the artists that provided the few bright spots of 2016. Waiting to see if there were any last-minute surprises in December yielded some well […]

Best Of: Nat Lathy’s Top Albums Of 2015

1. James McMurtry-Complicated Game This album has a great folk sound. It’s got some of the best melodies I’ve heard on an album in a long time, and the lyrics are worth revisiting. 2. Nellie McKay-My Weekly Reader In the mood for old school? McKay handles the classics with her own interpretations. You don’t have […]

Staff Editorial: Top Albums/EPs of 2015

Staff Editorial: Who’s Your Dealer

Regardless of your position in life, the majority of humans adore music, even some to psychotic levels. With that in mind, we asked our staff, who’s feeding your addiction? Where do you go to get your fix? Who’s Your Dealer

Staff Editorial: Surprise Drops- Yay or Nay?

As Kendrick Lamar (intentionally or not, which is still up for debate after viewing his management’s reaction) added his name to the list of surprise releases with his latest drop, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’, the discussion stirred up again like dust in the wind, begging the question, “Do we as fans like it?” “Does it […]

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