It’s only got two tracks — but who really wants to sit down and listen to a full-length holiday album, anyway?
A couple of young lovers are now arguing that U of S Protective Services acted without cause.
At the typical record-release rate, musicians put out an album every couple of years. It’s an impressive feat when artists manage to put out albums yearly.
Do you dispense the toasty?
Is the water-bottle-filling station on the ground floor of the Murray Library fully self-actualized?
Somehow, we don’t ever think of the consequences of our actions.
Medicine Songs, out since Nov. 10, is a personal, powerful compilation of tracks, new and old. This is an important release labelled “songs for the resistance.”
“I just really thought I had this one, you know. It’s unfair that there are so many expectations on students that we can’t even, like, let loose sometimes.”
What better way to combine the powder keg of American gun violence with mindless cultural fads than this?