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Fallujah’s ‘Dreamless’ adds darker elements

Fallujah’s ‘Dreamless’ adds darker elements

Tom Sundgren

May 14, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

San Francisco’s atmospheric metal band Fallujah just released their third album, “Dreamless,” on April 29. Their unique blend of extreme and ethereal melodies, progressive song structures and underlying cosmic layers are as present as ever. But the sound overall stands out darker th...

Study Break: Hello Biplane ‘Line’ Album Review

Study Break: Hello Biplane ‘Line’ Album Review

Michael Quiring

April 25, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Hello Biplane, an acoustic duo made up of artists Spencer Goertz-Giffen and Braden Young, recently released their seventh album titled "Line."The band was formed in Lawrence, Kan., but is now part of the local music scene here in Chico. "Line" is a relatively short listen and plays all the way through ...

Study Break: The Birds of Prey ‘Am I Just an Animal’ Album Review

Study Break: The Birds of Prey ‘Am I Just an Animal’ Album Review

Michael Quiring

April 11, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

New York City experimental rock band The Birds of Prey just finished their first eleven-track album titled "Am I Just An Animal." The album plays like a musical roller coaster due to the incorporation of many musical genres such as folk, hard rock and funk. At one moment, a song will play wit...

Study Break: Pharrell Williams “GIRL” Album Review

Study Break: Pharrell Williams “GIRL” Album Review

Nicole Santos

March 7, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Singer, producer and multi-track instrumentalist Pharrell Williams released his second full-length album “GIRL” March 3.There is not much happening lyrically in the album; Williams barely scratches the surface of anything personal or revealing.However, he delivers several infections dance t...

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