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Big Meme Moods: “When someone asks you how your night went”

Big Meme Moods: “When someone asks you how your night went”

Georgia Abdow

November 19, 2019

As a college student, the stress and thoughts about upcoming assignments tend to take a toll on me late at night. I have long, insufferable nights of rolling around in bed, trying to ease my mind and fall asleep. I found a meme that embodies this suffering, where it reads, “When someone asks you how...

Fresh of The Boat: The 3 times when my life turns into an Alexander 23 song

Fresh of The Boat: The 3 times when my life turns into an Alexander 23 song

Yen Dang

November 18, 2019

Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Alexander 23 breaks through the conventional impression of the burgeoning bedroom-pop movement, which is often believed to be made up these kids pushing random keys on their pianos and putting sample beats on loops, and sets himself apart by creating music that has a little...

Compositions for Capricorns

Compositions for Capricorns

JJ Smith

November 18, 2019

Keep calm and remain cool and collected- Capricorn season will soon be among us. With their season being December 22nd to January 19th, Capricorns’ prime time is a little more than a month away from being in full swing. An Earth element, this sign is rather grounded and down to earth. They tend...

Headphoning It In: In Square Circle, a Stevie Wonder Masterpiece & Cornerstone of R&B

Headphoning It In: In Square Circle, a Stevie Wonder Masterpiece & Cornerstone of R&B

Madee Sadozai

November 15, 2019

1985: Thirty-four years ago, a decade after a historic run of classic albums, Stevie Wonder released In Square Circle. Much like his previous masterpieces, the album weaves together a compelling, socially conscious tale in a mere fifty minutes. Only one of the ten tracks has an under four-minute run time...

How to Love Yourself: Lessons from Prince and Lizzo

How to Love Yourself: Lessons from Prince and Lizzo

Zoe Joy

November 15, 2019

Iconic. Ethereal. Provocative. Ground-breaking. Innovative. These are just some of the ways that both Prince and Lizzo have been described. The incredibly unique styles and pure talent that both artists have incorporated into their music have cemented their positions as stars for many years to come. But...

Concert Etiquette 101

Concert Etiquette 101

Claire Daniel

November 14, 2019

People go to concerts for various reasons. Whether it be a creative release, something to do with friends or family, part of your job, or just to have fun there’s a certain expectation of enjoying your time. Another aspect of concerts is the community of people who you meet there. I have been lucky...

Serotonin for the Soul: An Artist Review – Lauv

Serotonin for the Soul: An Artist Review – Lauv

Marjorie Blum

November 13, 2019

In my last article, my mini-midterm playlist, I mentioned two songs by the artist, Lauv. After writing that article, I decided to dive into the enchanting and captivating utopia that is his discography, and I serendipitously discovered my version of musical paradise. As a child, Lauv played the piano...

Bring It On: Cheer on Broadway

Bring It On: Cheer on Broadway

Jessica Anthony

November 13, 2019

Hamilton is often credited for being this incredible, new take on the musical format. Talk to anyone who doesn’t know much about Broadway, and chances are, they cite Hamilton as one of their favorites because of its blend of rap and r&b style music on a musical stage. What people don’t realize, ...

The Social Dig: Shrinking DIY Spaces Spurn Entrepreneurs

The Social Dig: Shrinking DIY Spaces Spurn Entrepreneurs

Chanell Noise

November 12, 2019

Folks begin to check-in at the box-office after 6:30 p.m., any day of the week like clockwork, until there are diverse throngs of music fans, band-supporters, and even wary family in a 200-capacity basement in Adams Morgan, Washington D.C. As if on cue, like a song on a DJ’s playlist, a ...

Jorja Smith: Soul-searching and Soulful Vocals

Jorja Smith: Soul-searching and Soulful Vocals

Maggie Mahoney

November 11, 2019

The English born Grammy-nominated singer songwriter, Jorja Smith, never fails to make me feel something with her mellow and otherworldly tracks. Jorja Alice Smith has been a lifelong musician, taking piano lessons from age eight on and earning a music scholarship at Aldridge School where she took music ...

Lucy Dacus Reflects on the Weird Energy of New Year’s Eve in “Fool’s Gold”

Lucy Dacus Reflects on the Weird Energy of New Year’s Eve in “Fool’s Gold”

Johanna Zenn

November 8, 2019

On Thursday, singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus released a new single called “Fool’s Gold” right before the rest of her new EP, which comes out Friday. She explained the process of writing it, saying “I started writing ‘Fool’s Gold’ after the last person left a New Year’s Eve party I host...

Metamusician: Don’t Throw The Baby Out With The Bath Water

Metamusician: Don’t Throw The Baby Out With The Bath Water

Samuel Graziano

November 7, 2019

When I write about how we should approach music, I worry that it comes across as pretentious. I’m just some college kid and I write about how we, as a culture, should appreciate music in a certain way. All of the statements I make about a better way to interact with music comes from my own experiences....

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