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The unequivocally cool king of British indie makes his triumphant return...

Archy Marshall is an agent of mystique and low profile in a media climate where that is hard to accomplish. Being a very enigmatic...

“This Old Dog” movingly bridges “Salad Days” to early adulthood

    The first time I ever listened to Mac DeMarco was during the summer of 2015, just after he released his mini-LP “Another One” and...

Bon Iver’s New Honesty

"I felt very exposed. ... Not that it was all bad, but it wore down these outer layers, and everything kind of hurt." That's...

A Casual “Welcome to Fat City”

The rock band Crobot, equipped with their funk-rock revival sound and new age psychedelic elements, recently released their sophomore effort, “Welcome to Fat City.”...

Wilco turns down the noise with “Schmilco”

With indie rock as their mainstay genre, you'd expect something cheery and upbeat from Wilco’s 10th studio album, “Schmilco,” especially considering their last album,...

Spring Splash Preview

Trey Songz- Spring Splash’s much-anticipated 2016 headliner is none other than Trey Songz. Born Tremaine Neverson, the R-and-B singer caused quite the frenzy when...

Under The Radar: Issue 25

At the Highlander, we consistently review and analyze music by more famous artists. However, there are many musicians who receive less attention so here...

“Cleopatra” shows The Lumineers at their most tranquil

I first listened to The Lumineers’ self-titled debut back in the height of their popularity in early 2013. The catchy piano and acoustic instrumentals...

Damn Andrew, back at it again with the harmonies

Andrew Bird’s 13th studio album, “Are You Serious,” brings back Bird’s distinctive harmonies, lush instrumentation and brilliant lyrics to create a tapestry of Americana...

Undertale isn’t underwhelming

For those of you who love breaking the mold and being your own person, bandwagons and the people who join them are probably the...