Bruiser Brigade’s very own dropped his fourth studio album, Atrocity Exhibition, in late September, adding to his arsenal of experimental hip hop bangers.
In an effort to keep Tulane students more in touch with this year’s election, The Vox decided to reach out to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to make a contribution to one of our articles. At first, she talked about doing an AMA, but in the end she reluctantly agreed to our idea of the following advice column.
WTUL's Top albums from 10/03/16 - 10/09/16
1. Blood Orange - Freetown Sound [Domino]
2. Angel Olsen - My Woman [Jagjaguwar]
3. Thee Oh Sees - A Weird Exits [Castle Face]
4. Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition [Warp]
5. The Avalanches - Wildflower [Astralwerks]
6. De La Soul - And The Anonymous Nobody [A.O.I]
7. MNDSGN - Body Wash [Stones Throw]
8. Cass McCombs - Mangy Love [Anti]
9. Deerhoof - The Magic! [Polyvinyl]
10. Drugdealer - The End of Comedy [Weird World]
Last week, Bon Iver dropped their newest and most experimental album yet, 22, A Million.
Choreographer Shannon Stewart's show about identity, memes, and the intersections of gender, class, and race will take place October 5-8, 8 p.m. and October 9, 2 p.m.