Category: A & E

Stranger Cat’s newest release plays off themes of indie-pop and electronica, making for an album that lies close to the line of experimental.
Grade: B
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‘In The Wilderness’ pulses with technicolor

Stranger Cat unleashes their electronic prowess in the heart of “In The Wilderness.”
“Mathway” offers quick and accurate answers to any math problem you enter, making it an essential app to have for school. 
Grade: A-
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‘Mathway’ made easy

No matter what math class you may be in, from Pre-Algebra to Statistics, “Mathway” has you covered.
“Pacifica” is the ideal relaxer that will have you in bliss in minutes.
Grade: B
Photo Courtesy of Pacifica

Detox your mind with ‘Pacifica’

“Pacifica” leads to the pathway of peace and serenity.
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Grade: A
Photo courtesy of The Noir Movememt

The Noir Movement’s “BLANC” kickstarts neo-soul revolution

Local neo-soul band The Noir Movement cranks out an EP that pushes the boundaries of jazz music.
After publishing their reviews for the week, Althea Gevero, Jasmine Phat, Anjelika Carson and Nikki Molina share their top picks from the arts and entertainment world. Songs, app/video games, movie trailers and videos are only among the many categories that are featured in this weekly installment.

4 Choices by 4 Voices

This week, revel in the beauty of life and nature, the sweetness of belonging, the excitement of action and the complexities of love.
Although the group has faced an unfortunate event that stalled their music career for about a year, EXO has risen again and showed that they are still South Korea’s top group. 
Grade: A
Photo Courtesy of SMTOWN

‘EXODUS’ shines with newfound maturity

“EXODUS,” shows that even with adversity, nothing can stop their rise to the top.
As the third album of Diamandis’ repertoire, “Froot” prevails with themes of unified glory and sweet electricity. 
Similar Artists: Lana Del Rey, Regina Spektor and Melanie Martinez
Grade: A+
Photo Courtesy of Marina and the Diamonds

‘Froot’ shines as a tale of exuberance and fruitful living

Marina and the Diamonds shines brighter than ever with “Froot.”
Because of its 
Grade: A
Photo courtesy of RefME

Create reference pages in seconds with ‘RefME’

“RefME” transforms the tiresome task of citing sources into one of effortless ease.
After publishing their reviews for the week, Althea Gevero, Jasmine Phat, Anjelika Carson and Nikki Molina share their top picks from the arts and entertainment world. Songs, app/video games, movie trailers and videos are only among the many categories that are featured in this weekly installment.

4 Choices by 4 Voices

This week's picks feature artistic expression, supernatural entities, fantasy battles and utter nostalgia.
For those who choose not to invest in a planner and find their current way of remembering tasks to be ineffective, “The HW App” is tool that should be taken advantage of as it offers simple task management in a thorough way.
Grade: A
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Get organized with ‘The HW App’

With a clean, user-friendly interface, the ability to remember your tasks becomes second nature with the help of this app.
‘CREAM’ of Las Vegas offers assortment of frozen desserts

‘CREAM’ of Las Vegas offers assortment of frozen desserts

"CREAM" offers a wide variety of frozen desserts for those looking for a sweet treat, but can be a bit too overwhelming for the taste buds.
“Enigma: An Illusion Named Family” manipulates the signature image of horror and mystery and turns it into a beautifully tragic story of darkness. 
Grade: B
Photo Courtesy of Steam

Fall into the depths of ‘Enigma: An Illusion Named Family’

“Enigma” speaks for itself, as it radiates an air of horror and mystere.
After publishing their reviews for the week, Althea Gevero, Jasmine Phat, Anjelika Carson and Nikki Molina share their top picks from the arts and entertainment world. Songs, app/video games, movie trailers and videos are only among the many categories that are featured in this weekly installment.

4 Choices by 4 Voices

This week, walk on a tightrope, delve into the future, play in the realms of enchantment and break through the reins of disbelief.
For only $9, you can travel back to the ‘70s and experience the true midnight movie. “Rocky Horror Picture Show” premiers the first Saturday of every month at the Regency Tropicana Cinemas
Grade: A+
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Come up to the lab and see ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show”

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a flashback into the culture of 1970s midnight flicks.
In an attempt to compose a diverse album through the use of different genres, Lilly Hiatt has proven that she is not afraid to take risks. 
Grade: B-
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Rise through ‘Royal Blue’

“Royal Blue" focuses on the necessity of melancholy.