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Untitled Unmastered: An unhinged look into the life of Kendrick Lamar

Untitled Unmastered: An unhinged look into the life of Kendrick Lamar

Joshua Chan, TSV Staff Writer

March 29, 2016

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

Kendrick Lamar's "untitled unmastered" is easily one of the best collections of cut songs I've heard...

“The Life of Pablo:” a grab bag of excellence

“The Life of Pablo:” a grab bag of excellence

March 2, 2016

For the past year, Kanye West’s highly anticipated album has been the center of attention in the music...

Love the sound, ignore the lyrics

Love the sound, ignore the lyrics

February 19, 2016

Newcomers out of Wisconsin, the groove metal group Product of Hate released their first full-length album...

Bay Area Filipino rapper brings generations together

Bay Area Filipino rapper brings generations together

February 5, 2016

The anticipation built up as fans waited for rap artist/producer P-LO to finally hit the stage of th...

25 breaks the charts and your heart

Andrew Avilla, TSV Photographer

December 2, 2015

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

Adele is four years older than she was during the release of “21," and she is continuing her theme of heartbreak in her new much-anticipated album “25." This album reminisces Adele’s past relationships with her saying, “I’m sorry I let you go,” rather than the “whatever, don’t need you” lens of her past albums....

Adele says ‘Hello’ after a long hiatus

Andrew Avilla, TSV Photographer

November 6, 2015

Filed under Music, Reviews

After almost five long years of waiting for an album release, British singer and songwriter Adele released her single, “Hello,” from her upcoming album, "25", due for release on Nov. 20. Adele is known for her heart wrenching soul music consisting mainly of her singing over a piano. Adele’s voice has a sweeping range...

The old is good as new

Haley Holmes, TSV Chief Copy Editor

October 31, 2015

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, the Bay Area was greeted by the sound of roaring engines as famed British heavy metal band Judas Priest rode into the The Warfield Theatre on their North American Redeemer of Souls Tour this year. Supported by the progressive metal band Mastodon, the concert was electric from start to finish, and even the...

Hip hop goes back to its old school roots

H. Jacob Sandigo, TSV Staff Writer

October 31, 2015

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

The 90's were arguably the greatest era of rap music that spawned many rappers to produce classic two disc albums. The Game has made his comeback using the old school, two disk formats to release his highly anticipated "The Documentary 2," the follow up to "The Documentary," which sold 2.5 million copies worldwide, and was certified...

Coheed and Cambria’s new album is a soft surprise

Haley Holmes, TSV Chief Copy Editor

October 29, 2015

Filed under Focal Point, Music

On Oct. 16 of this year, famed progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria released their eighth studio album, "The Color Before the Sun." As the band's first non-conceptual album, "The Color Before the Sun" may just be one of the more interesting albums released so far, with undeniably poppy riffs and structure, but with the same...

Psychic Warfare is real

Haley Holmes, TSV Chief Copy Editor

October 9, 2015

Filed under Music, Reviews

The eleventh studio album from famed hard rock band Clutch dropped Friday, Oct. 2, through the band's own studio, Weathermaker Music, welcoming in a new wave of hard rock anthems ready to blast out of your speakers. Set as a loosely tied together concept album revolving around a victim of "psychic warfare," the album comes...

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