Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

“girl in red” does it again with new album

Written By August Stephens, Co-Opinions Editor April 17, 2024

Lesbian icon and indie-pop hit “girl in red” has returned with her second studio album. She announces her return in the opening track, “I’m Back,” explaining she is better than ever after taking...

Grande’s “Eternal Sunshine” lacks creativity and innovation

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-editor of Features and A&E March 13, 2024

Throughout her career as a recording artist, Ariana Grande has proven time and time again she can create earworm pop music that encapsulates the shifts and trends of the genre. Her work also showcases...

Duran Duran releases fresh songs and covers in “Danse Macabre”

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-editor of Features and A&E November 1, 2023

Back in 2021, I had the pleasure of reviewing a new album by my all-time favorite band, Duran Duran. “Future Past” was their first release in six years; as such, I figured it would be my only opportunity...

New Kylie Minogue album takes a misstep back in time

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 27, 2023

When I think of that quintessential, feel-good, high-energy, earworm pop music, Kylie Minogue is one of the first artists that comes to mind. I first started listening through her collection during the...

Rap/hip-hop artist Midwxst releases impressive debut album

Written By Brynn Rees, Staff Writer September 13, 2023

On September 1, 2023, rap and hyperpop artist Midwxst released his first studio album titled “E3”. The 20-year-old rapper seamlessly merged hyperpop, rock, and hip-hop, giving audiences his most well-rounded...

Arctic Monkeys release nostalgic new album ‘The Car’

Written By Cassandra Harris, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

A nostalgic blending of instruments and a signature voice  The newly released album, “The Car” from Arctic Monkeys flashes its listeners to the past. The album from the alternative-indie-rock band...

The 1975’s new album ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ covers heart wrenching memoir

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 31, 2022
I, like many people born in 2001, grew up with the lovely (and also terrible) world of Tumblr. For those of you who didn’t grow up chronically online, Tumblr was a blog-like platform that allowed people of all ages to share their interests online. While there were a variety of people who used the platform, one of the biggest pulls the blog had were the bandom (band fandom) communities, specifically The 1975 community.

Joe Keery’s music project Djo releases sophomore album

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 28, 2022
I tend to gravitate more towards older music than new releases. The newer artists that I follow faithfully are few and far between. However, one of those exceptions is indie artist Djo, who I hold to the same high regard that I do my beloved 80’s favorites, and consider to be a brilliant beacon of hope for modern music.

The War on Drugs’ new LP contains some of the band’s best songs yet

Written By Mick Stinelli, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor August 29, 2017

After 2014’s triumphant “Lost in the Dream,” Adam Granduciel’s The War on Drugs has returned with their latest LP, “A Deeper Understanding.” This album hits upon familiar War on Drugs touchstones:...

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