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Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Mac Sabbath makes San Antonio debut

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

Last Sunday, the forefathers of drive-thru metal, Mac Sabbath, made their San Antonio debut at the Paper Tiger. A show filled with hard-crunching metal riffs, Ronald McDonald fog machines and incredible...

Mac Demarco’s ‘Some Other Ones’ is finally accessible

Mac Demarco’s ‘Some Other Ones’ is finally accessible

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor November 15, 2023

In 2015, Mac Demarco released his instrumental album “Some Other Ones” right before the release of his acclaimed sophomore album “Another One.” The project was showcased at a barbeque where he...

‘Heaven Knows’ we are not so miserable now

‘Heaven Knows’ we are not so miserable now

Lesley Fuentes, Contributor November 14, 2023

After its long-anticipated release, “Heaven Knows” proved to be an instant hit. The album has 13 songs and runs for about 34 minutes. Vicky Walker, who uses the stage name PinkPantheress, exploded...

The Beatles just dropped a new song

The Beatles just dropped a new song

Lauren Hernandez, Assistant Arts & Life Editor November 13, 2023

        This is a big deal — maybe the biggest deal. The Beatles just dropped a new song, their last song, in fact, and it is a masterpiece. Reminiscent, longing and...

The Japanese House makes Paper Tiger feel like ‘a dream’

The Japanese House makes Paper Tiger feel like ‘a dream’

Malaki Lingg, Web Editor November 11, 2023

      On June 30, Amber Bain, professionally known as The Japanese House, released her anticipated sophomore album “In The End It Always Does.” Following the album’s...

‘Fall in love with’ Cavetown

‘Fall in love with’ Cavetown

Chloe Williams, Managing and Social editor November 9, 2023

        British indie pop artist Cavetown made their first appearance at the Paper Tiger this past Wednesday, Nov. 9. Cavetown, born Robbie Daniel Skinner, is a popular...

Top three guitar stores in San Antonio

Top three guitar stores in San Antonio

Logan Martinez, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

With guitar playing growing more and more popular each day, it helps to know what the best local guitar stores in San Antonio are. Whether you are looking for a brand new guitar, pickups, an amplifier...

Everything but the kitchen sink

Everything but the kitchen sink

Amber Serio, Staff Writer September 12, 2023

Whether it is a handwritten note, an article of clothing or a cell phone being thrown onstage, concertgoers have proven they are not afraid of going to extreme measures to express their adoration for their...

Fall Out Boy finally shines again

Fall Out Boy finally shines again

Jada Thomas, Staff Writer March 28, 2023

Fall Out Boy, the popular midwestern pop-punk band composed of drummer Andy Hurley, vocalist Patrick Stump, guitarist Joe Trohman and bassist Pete Wentz, released their long-awaited eighth studio album,...

Paramore is back without vengeance

Paramore is back without vengeance

Lauren Hernandez, Staff Writer February 21, 2023

Rating: 3.5 stars After five years, three-piece rock band Paramore has finally released their sixth studio album, “This is Why.” This album is not pop-punk’s long-awaited revival, nor is it Paramore’s...

Black-owned music studio welcomes aspiring artists

Black-owned music studio welcomes aspiring artists

Amber Serio, Contributor February 14, 2023

San Antonio offers a wide range of diverse Black-owned businesses. Choosing to support a Black-owned business is a simple yet impactful way to contribute to the current fight for racial equality. So, in...

The persistence of punk

The persistence of punk

Malaki Lingg, Assistant Web Editor January 24, 2023

Punk is a genre of music that has been around for over four decades. Despite its longevity, many people believe that the genre fizzled out with no chance of regaining its former glory. This belief is far...

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