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Senior Farewell: Jacob Sullivan

Senior Farewell: Jacob Sullivan

May 5, 2021

About a month into this semester, my final semester at SDSU, I joined the Daily Aztec. The timing is questionable, no doubt. As a journalism major, I should...

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Some of the featured artists include Hayley Kiyoko, Lady Gaga, Little Richard, Freddie Mercury and Janelle Monaé

A timeline of LGBTQ+ influence in music

April 27, 2021

There’s a long-standing saying that goes “history is told by the victors.” Usually, it’s applied to entire nations and the regrettable atrocities...

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Short Hits: Mid-April music releases have something for old-heads and new-gen fans

Short Hits: Mid-April music releases have something for old-heads and new-gen fans

April 21, 2021

The passage of the week means the gift of Friday releases has come yet again. April 16 came with the release of Conway the Machine’s new album “La...

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The cover art for Benny The Butchers latest studio album, The Plugs I Met II

Review: Benny the Butcher and Harry Fraud deliver their best on “The Plugs I Met II”

March 24, 2021

The corner of Genesee Street and Montana Avenue in Buffalo, New York is no tourist attraction. A rugged patch of concrete down the street from a Lutheran...

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A screenshot of the movie from Netflix. (Courtesy of Netflix)

Review: Netflix’s “Amend: The Fight for America” is a hopeful stroll through the US’ tough history

March 20, 2021

"Amend: The Fight for America" is a limited documentary series on Netflix. The six-episode series covers the multifaceted struggle different groups of...

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Graphic by Em Burgess.

Quick Take: March kicks off with releases from big-name artists

March 13, 2021

Since the start of 2021, music releases have seemed to be a minor discussion. The year for music has definitely started off slow, partly due to the heightened...

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Mission takes inspiration from local San Diego areas such as Mission Beach.

Local artists use San Diego as inspiration for latest music video

February 25, 2021

Mission Beach, San Diego, a neighborhood famed for its bustling tourist sector, picturesque beaches and vibrant eatery options is synonymous with San Diego...

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Here is a look at the cover art for Judas and The Black Messiah: The Inspired Album (Courtesy of RCA Records)

“Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album” is a fitting sonic addition to Fred Hampton’s legacy

February 22, 2021

Albums inspired by movies can oftentimes be a hit or miss.  A lot goes into the planning of the album. Who should be on it? Who should produce it?...

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