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Khalid Goes Back to Roots with “Suncity”

Khalid Goes Back to Roots with “Suncity”

By Palak Jayswal

November 13, 2018

  Khalid took the world by storm in 2016 as he released “Location” and followed it with his debut album “American Teen.” If anything can be said about the fresh-outta-high-school graduate, it’s that his genuine personality extends to his voice as well. His voice sounds perfect on a s...

Patience: Traditions We Need To Bring Back

Patience: Traditions We Need To Bring Back

By Alisa Patience

April 16, 2018

At least once in your life you will hear someone express that they were born in the wrong decade. While it may be true that in the twenty-first century the world is, for the most part, better off than it used to be, some will always long for the forgotten aesthetics of milkshake-sharing and poodle skirts....

Richards: Demonstrating Politics Through Music

Richards: Demonstrating Politics Through Music

By Connor Richards

November 17, 2017

Too often music is dismissed as being all about entertainment, consumption and monetary gain. The idea that any musicians may have a creative or political intent when putting together a song or album is dismissed as idealistic and pretentious. However, music that demonstrates political and creative...

Williams: A Mood Worth Fighting For

Williams: A Mood Worth Fighting For

By Brook Williams

November 13, 2017

Two weeks ago, I listened to only Disney music for seven straight days to see how it affected my mood. This led to me trying to convince the DJs at each Halloween party I attended to play a few Disney songs. This didn’t go over very well with the crowd or the DJ. In fact, I only achieved success...

Patience: What I Learned from Visiting an Adult Entertainment Club

Patience: What I Learned from Visiting an Adult Entertainment Club

By Alisa Patience

November 1, 2017

Students often joke about various ways to pay for college, such as getting run over by a city bus, selling drugs, finding a sugar daddy or stripping. Once I made a joke to my mom about how I should become a stripper because I'd make lots of money and it would force me to exercise. She started crying,...

Patience: Just Back Off and Let Me Enjoy Some Taylor Swift, Okay?

Patience: Just Back Off and Let Me Enjoy Some Taylor Swift, Okay?

By Alisa Patience

September 5, 2017

About a week ago, Taylor Swift released her new song and video. As someone who has an emotional attachment to the artist, I'm essentially conditioned to enjoy every song she puts out. More than that, however I enjoyed the song because it harnesses a catchy Brittany Spears vibe, but stays true to classic...

The Best of Art From the Attic

The Best of Art From the Attic

By Megan Hulse

April 26, 2017

This year has been full of new endeavors, including this series. Over the course of these stories, I have delved into the connections between culture and music, and reviewed some of the best records of all time. Of all of those, I have discovered a few of my own favorite tracks. “Hey You”— Pin...

Deafheaven: Defying Labels

Deafheaven: Defying Labels

By Rishi Deka

March 29, 2017

Fog and red light ensconced Urban Lounge as Deafheaven took the stage Friday night. It was an apt and ominous introduction to the musical group from San Francisco, California. Vocalist and front man George Clarke menacingly stared and pointed into the crowd as the band opened their set with “Brought...

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