Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus: Live at the Novo (“Bambi” Tour Review)

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief February 2, 2019

Since the release of their first EP in 2014, indie rock band Hippo Campus has slowly refined their craft. Their latest album, Bambi (2018), is the culmination of that effort. The record adds new musical flavors to their already unique style. The band energized a packed house during a tour stop at The...

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Review: Angry Youtuber Emma Blackery uses Villains With Pop Music

Review: Angry Youtuber Emma Blackery uses Villains With Pop Music

Using anger for a pop music album is not an original idea, still Emma Blackery has decided to take a stab at it.
Danielle Anzures, Reporter September 4, 2018

Despite being in the music industry for a while Emma Blackery, age 26, is more known for her Youtube channel. The channel called Emma Blackery and has nearly over a million subscribers with around 260 videos. In one of her videos entitled I Haven’t Been Honest she described her upcoming album as being...

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Demi Lovato ‘Confident’: Album Review

Maria Martinez, Staff Writer October 26, 2015

Since her liberation from the Disney Channel’s clutches, Demi Lovato has become one of pop’s leading motivational figures, bawling songs about self-empowerment and talking to Congress about destigmatizing mental illness. The 23-year-old’s smash hit “Cool for the Summer” is the first single...

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Know the Zip

Know the Zip

Elder Hinojosa, Staff Writer September 21, 2015

Review Rating: A- The first dog is finally off the leash again. The first member of Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE) Jay Rock has finally dropped his highly anticipated album 90059 on Sept. 11 after four long years. Most fans were probably expecting more tracks from the Watts rapper after...

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Bowie returns after a decade of silence

Bowie returns after a decade of silence

Alejandro Rodriguez, KRHC Station Manager April 24, 2013

By Alejandro Rodriguez KRHC Station Manager   It has been 10 years since David Bowie released any new material and with 24 studio albums under his belt, many of his fans and those in the media believed that Bowie had quietly retired. This all changed on Bowie's 66th birthday when it was...

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Ghost challenges preconceived notions of Heavy Metal

Ghost challenges preconceived notions of Heavy Metal

Alejandro Rodriguez, KRHC Radio Supervisor April 23, 2013

By Alejandro Rodriguez KRHC Station Manager When Swedish band Ghost first hit the scene no one knew what to label them as. Their look captures the dark and frightening essence of Heavy Metal, but beyond that they don't really encompass what most people would associate with the typical sound of...

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