The Paw Print

Conan Gray shows his growth from his first five-song EP,

Coronavirus closure: Music worth trying

Conan Gray's release hits home for artist, fans alike
Ali Wank, Guest Writer April 4, 2020

"Kid Krow" takes flight as artist Conan Gray’s debut album, and it truly shocked fans all over the world. The album is the perfect soundtrack to your coming-of-age film, filled with late nights with...

Tindel performing one of her original songs at The Agora.

Local singer, songwriter seeks to make it big

Danniele Patterson, Guest Writer May 23, 2016

Arielle Tindel has been involved with music since she was 6 years old and now writes and performs her own songs. Tindel’s writing process of her songs can take anywhere from 20 minutes to a few weeks...

Shown is the album

Vinyl making victorious comeback

Ariana Chriss, Staff Writer February 9, 2016

Nothing compares to the experience of a vinyl record. It is truly the finest way to listen to music, unlike the intangible tracks downloaded from iTunes these days. When I say “experience,” I really...

To Pimp a Butterfly is receiving acclaim for its pure musicality blending elements of rap, jazz, and R&B. The album has received several Grammy nominations—including “Album of the Year” and “Rap Album of the Year.”

Lamar’s nominations will redeem Grammy snubs

Joe DeNardo, Chief Editor December 16, 2015

The 11 Grammy nominations for hip-hop prophet Kendrick Lamar hope to ease the pain of diehard fans that cringe over the blind-eye given to the rapper during his previous award run. Lamar’s To Pimp...

British boy-band One Direction performs Thursday, July 18, 2013, at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Jeff Wheeler/Minneapolis Star Tribune/MCT)

‘Made in the A.M.’ reflects the beauty of the night

Julianne Kerver, Staff Writer December 11, 2015

Made in the A.M. is One Direction’s fifth studio album. The band has grown so much over the span that critics craved a more mature sound and One Direction delivered. What’s so unique about this...

Album cover taken from Sleeping at Last's website. // Name: Atlas: Year One // Rating:  4/4 // Musician: Sleeping at Last // Genre: Indie Alternative/Rock // Record Label: Independent //Price: $15.99 // Tracks: 30 // Run Time: 2 Hours 8 Minutes

Indie album Atlas captures universe through music

DAVID GIRBINO, Staff Writer January 6, 2015

Atlas: Year One is Sleeping At Last’s newest album, and it lives up to its name, mapping new territory in music. Atlas delivers a vast arrangement of sounds, with haunting vocals by Ryan O’Neal,...

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