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On Ryan Sevilla’s wall hang two vintage film posters — Lon Chaney’s “Phantom of the Opera” and Karl Freund’s “The Mummy” — a combo of classic horror and theatricality that his band, Sixty Lumens, blends …

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As the pandemic encroaches on one year of national shutdowns and social distancing, disco-pop music, like many forms of entertainment, has lost its home: the dance floor. Disco accelerates time with rhythm and optimism for …

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“Super Monster” marks the 13-track debut from Claud, an artist from the northern Chicago suburbs.  Released on Feb. 12, the album highlights a youthful perspective on love, from hopeful beginnings to dismal heartache, all with …

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Full of magnetic vocals and chill-inducing harmonies, “The Lucky Ones,” released Feb. 12, is a cappella group Pentatonix’s second original album since their self-titled 2015 record. The album is excellently produced and has a more …

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British rock outfit Django Django returned with a 42-minute studio album “Glowing in the Dark” Feb. 12. The 13-track project marks the group’s fourth full-length album since their self-titled debut album in 2012. “Glowing in …

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Following the death of grunge legend Chris Cornell and The Pretty Reckless’ producer Kato Khandwala, lead singer Taylor Momsen was sent into a spiral of depression, according to an interview she did with Kerrang! magazine. …

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In their first album since 2017, the Foo Fighters highlight their signature alternative rock sound while trying on a new, sometimes darker tone in “Medicine At Midnight.” Recorded in a supposedly haunted house, the group …

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North Coast, the brainchild of Steven Trifilio — a Loyola student studying history and political science — released a sophomore extended play (EP) “Looking for Atlantis” Feb. 1, almost a year after the project got …