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The Summit Pinnacle

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The Summit Pinnacle

This Week, a Hot New Blondshell Enters the Villa!

This Week, a Hot New Blondshell Enters the Villa!

Lindsey Pease, Crest Editor December 16, 2022

Hunched bare-chested to a laptop, propped at a sink in ruffly mesh lingerie and seated, brushing teeth, in the same underwear set, is Sabrina Teitelbaum as Blondshell.  Three songs released over three...

Her Loss: A Missed Opportunity

Her Loss: A Missed Opportunity

Will Beltramini, Staff Writer December 15, 2022

On October 22 Drake and 21 Savage announced their joint album, “Her loss”—as per usual the announcement sparked hype and excitement for the project.  Following a series of disappointing releases,...

Zach Bryan: Something in the Orange

Zach Bryan: Something in the Orange

Kendra Jackson, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

There’s more than just “Something in the Orange.”  “Something In the Orange” by Zach Bryan tells the story behind his metaphorical lyrics—piquing interest about a relatable slow-tempo country...

Khruangbin: Day and Night

Khruangbin: Day and Night

Jackson Crocker, Crest Editor September 26, 2022

Khruangbin is a one-of-a-kind band. Their name is derived from the Thai word for “flight” or “plane engine”, and their songs are titled and sung largely in Spanish. This diverse identity is largely...

Wasteland: A Fitting Name For an Empty Album

Wasteland: A Fitting Name For an Empty Album

Will Beltramini, Staff Writer September 26, 2022

It's been two years since Brent Faiyaz released his praised debut album “Fuck The World.” During this time, Faiyaz has been busy releasing singles such as “Dead Man Walking” and “Gravity,”...

I Fought the Law and I Won

Chris Ryder, Staff Writer September 26, 2022

When you hear the lyrics "The law don’t mean shit if you've got the right friends,” it probably evokes some strong emotions. In-your-face activism and political commentary are what the Dead Kennedys...

The Lumineers Look to Their “BRIGHTSIDE”

The Lumineers Look to Their “BRIGHTSIDE”

Josephine Hall, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

  In the rising album “BRIGHTSIDE” by The Lumineers, there is an eloquent depiction of balance between pain, trauma, and hope. “BRIGHTSIDE” was released on January 14th, 2022, in a time when the...

Why You should Keep JID on Repeat, Forever

Why You should Keep JID on Repeat, Forever

Kian Warnock, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

Among the psychedelic calamity of modern hip hop, JID’s “The Forever Story” offers a refreshing break from today’s overly saturated media. The Atlanta rapper's third studio length album draws stark...

An “Invisible Wave” of Genius

An “Invisible Wave” of Genius

Zoe Bartlett, Staff Writer September 19, 2022

As Bear Garden states on his website, he is “defying musical borders [and] atmospheric soundscapes” and has “an uncompromising movement forward.” But who is this underrated mastermind?  Bear...

Kendrick Lamar’s N95

Kendrick Lamar’s N95

Ava Bien, Staff Writer June 16, 2022

Kendrick Lamar’s new album, “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers”, dropped in May, marking his return since “DAMN.”, released in 2017. He rejects his cleaner rhythms for a messier style, restless...

New and Improved: “Harry’s House”

New and Improved: “Harry’s House”

Sarah Hawkins, Staff Writer June 16, 2022

I can only imagine laying out in the sun, drink in hand, earphones in, my phone playing “Harry’s House.” The music washed everything else away, leaving me captivated by the Styles’ songs. Pure...

Ethel Cain’s “Preacher’s Daughter”

Ethel Cain’s “Preacher’s Daughter”

Lindsey Pease June 16, 2022

Ethel Cain is not a pop star. She has an archangel’s Hebrew name tattooed at her hairline and a ketamine-induced stick-n-poke across her neck. She’s hopped from an abandoned church in rural Indiana...

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