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The cover of The Black Keys’ new album, Ohio Players, shows patrons in an Ohio bowling alley.
The Black Keys release a collaborative and exploratory new album, Ohio Players
Hanna Cortright, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 14, 2024

On April 5, American rock duo The Black Keys released Ohio Players, their twelfth studio album. The Black Keys, consisting of guitarist and vocalist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, first came together in 2001 in Akron, Ohio. Their newest album has reignited the duo’s love of indie and soulful rock but fails in their journey to stray into new territory. The album serves as a bid for 2000s...

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Read these great book recommendations and enjoy the Spring season! (Photos courtesy of Amazon and respective publishers)
Top 10 Spring books to sprout your reading list
Ella Furuichi, Sierra Goldberg, Jasmin Desruisseau, Ava Alsterlind, Dylan Carson, Hanna Cortright, and Elsa Hunt April 8, 2024

As winter draws to a close, it's time to put down the cozy holiday stories and welcome a new roster of refreshing reads. Luckily, The Pitch has compiled a well-rounded list of spring-themed books for avid readers to enjoy during this coming spring break. Our top 10 favorite spring reads vary in genre, page length, and theme, but all have one common factor: with charming characters and uplifting endings,...

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Ready For Geddy members Elliot Garneau, Noah Casey, Zeke Cunningham, and Casey Sorensen practice together during Tutorial.
Ready for Geddy: a high school band’s ‘Tornado’ of success
Hava Rossiter, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 2, 2024

The stage of Archie Williams Little Theater radiated with bright purple light, as student band Ready for Geddy finished their captivating performance of Megadeth's 'Tornado of Souls'. The theater, packed with students and families, burst into applause. The band members took a bow, before handing off the stage to the next student band.  However, their set was far from over.  A video of the performance,...

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The cover of Olivia Rodrigos new album, GUTS (spilled), features the album cover of GUTS with a cutout in the middle. (Spotify album)
Olivia Rodrigo’s versatility shines through in deluxe album release, GUTS (spilled)
Sierra Goldberg and Elsa Hunt April 1, 2024

On Friday, March 22, Olivia Rodrigo released GUTS (spilled), the long-awaited deluxe version of her sophomore album, GUTS. The extended album includes five bonus songs, in addition to the 12 initially released, and is sure to throw listeners for a loop with its combination of music genres featuring new, old, rock, and indie music. Voted Billboard’s “Best New Music” by listeners, surpassing...

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Tyla poses in an iridescent skirt and top matching set on her self-titled debut album, Tylas album cover.
Tyla’s self-titled debut album shines a light on amapiano music
Hanna Cortright, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • March 30, 2024

On Friday, March 22, South African musician Tyla released her debut album Tyla, following the growing success of the album’s previously dropped singles “Water,” "On and On," “Truth or Dare,” and “Butterflies.’’ Tyla recently entered the R&B music scene, claiming the spotlight with her elusive energy and electrically smooth vocals. Tyla artfully mixes music genres of R&B, amapiano...

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Left to right: freshman Coral John performs with junior Stella Berlin and freshman Lilly Zucker.
Performance Workshop shines in dance-worthy concert
Corina Karr, Reporter • March 29, 2024

On Friday, March 22, the Archie Williams Music Performance Workshop (PW) class hosted its March Concert in the Little Theater from 7-9 p.m. The class’ third performance of the year displayed five new bands, each with their own aura and sound. Each band played four to five songs, more consecutive songs than any PW bands have played at past concerts this year. When forming bands for each seasonal...

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Major Robert “Rosie” Rosenthal (Nate Mann), Major Gale “Buck” Cleven (Austin Butler), Major John “Bucky” Egan (Callum Turner), and Major Harry Crosby (Anthony Boyle) suit up in preparation for a WWII bombing Mission. Courtesy of Apple Studios
Masters of the Air sets the bar sky-high for future WWII dramas
Ella Furuichi, Cub Editor-in-Chief • March 28, 2024

In a world where World War II has become a cinematic phenomenon, it's left up to question how many films and television series based in the era the media truly needs. Stories easily become redundant, and audiences become desensitized to the darkness of WWII. Yet Apple TV’s new limited mini-series, Masters of the Air, has flown to the screen for an astonishingly successful mini-series debut, breaking...

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The cover photo of Kacey Musgraves new album, Deeper Well. (Promotional Material courtesy of UMG Nashville and Interscope Records)
Kacey Musgraves finds her “Deeper Well” with her new album
Lola Capobianco, Reporter • March 26, 2024

On Friday, March 15, award-winning country singer Kacey Musgraves released her fifth studio album, Deeper Well. The album, consisting of a mix of country and electric pop tracks, takes listeners on a journey through Musgraves' life, exploring heartbreak and moving on. With 14 heartfelt and catchy tracks, Deeper Well showcases Musgraves’ powerful and insightful lyrics, as well as the singer’s ability...

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Crumbl’s line up from left to right: Buckeye Brownie, Cookie Butter White Chip ft. Biscoff®, Blueberry Cheesecake, and Cookies & Cream Milkshake ft. Mini OREO®.
Column: What’s the Cookie’s Crumbl?
Corina Karr and Mia DeNunzio March 19, 2024

The first week of March brings along a perfect lineup of Crumbl Cookies. Crumbl Cookies, a Utah cookie shop turned national franchise, offers a robust cookie selection, which changes every week. While there is usually an obvious winning and losing cookie, this week they are (almost) all winners. Cookie Butter White Chip ft. Biscoff®:  Crammed with Biscoff® cookie bits and white chocolate chips,...

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Jack Antonoff poses in a staggered lineup with his fellow band members.
Bleachers releases overly repetitive self-titled album Bleachers
Hanna Cortright, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • March 18, 2024

On Friday, March 8, American rock band Bleachers released Bleachers, their self-titled fourth studio album. A New Jersey band founded in 2013, Bleachers flaunts the talents of six musicians led by three-time Grammy award-winning musician and producer Jack Antonoff. Antonoff works alongside singer Mikey Freedom Hart, drummer Sean Hutchinson, multi-instrumentalist Mike Riddleberger, and saxophonists...

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The back of Grandes head serves as eternal sunshine’s album cover.
Ariana Grande’s eternal sunshine sheds light on Grande’s past relationship
Hava Rossiter, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • March 15, 2024

On Friday, March 8, Ariana Grande released her seventh studio album, Eternal Sunshine. The pop and R&B album takes listeners on a journey through Grande’s life after her divorce, articulating simultaneous confidence and despair. Grande’s album features 13 curated tracks that blend vulnerable lyrics, 90s and 2000s inspiration, and dreamy vocals.  Grande is a chart-topping pop sensation,...

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MGMT band members Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser pose up close and blurred to the camera with red-tinged light reflected off of their solemn faces.
MGMT releases free spirited new album Loss of Life
Hanna Cortright, Cub Arts and Entertainment Editor • March 1, 2024

On Feb. 23, American rock band MGMT released Loss of Life, their fifth studio album, marking their first album release since Little Dark Age in 2018. MGMT was formed in 2002 by vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser. Their new album features ten tracks and flaunts a psychedelic filter on its songs.  Loss of Life spans 45 minutes and stays in line with MGMT’s...

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