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In honor of the recent release of two music videos for “Damn” off his second album LOVE ALL SERVE ALL and new single “grace” (and a trending TikTok audio!) we are highlighting the musical works of J-Pop artist Fujii Kaze! Once again TikTok has pulled a gem from the archives and breathed into it a […]

Lonerism, Tame Impala’s second album, turned 10 years old on Oct. 5. Kevin Parker, the Australian musician behind the project, creates music that can be described as psychedelic trip-pop, electric or alternative. The album is filled with synthesizers and ambient music, which leaves listeners in a positive mood as the music is used to enhance […]

When We Were Young Festival announced next year’s lineup–11 days before the first tour starts. Green Day and Blink-182 are headlining When We Were Young in 2023. Blink had a huge announcement today: Tom DeLonge is returning; a new single is out on Friday, Oct. 14; a world tour starts and a new album releases […]

Did you know Mariah Carey recorded a secret rock album in the 90’s, but it was scrapped by her label? According to a new interview, Mariah plans to release the album in full, almost thirty years after it was recorded. Not many people know this, but during the sessions of Mariah Carey’s critically acclaimed and […]

There is always more to music than just sound, the stories behind the sounds and how others connect with them are what give it depth. Griffin Washburn is an electronic-indie musical nomad better known as Goth Babe. He creates wholesome tracks in unconventional ways like traveling the west coast for inspiration or having a studio […]

The Oregon indie-pop quartet gives us the sound of the summer with their third studio album, “Future Shine”. After three years since their last album, Flor takes us on a journey of finding yourself and finally accepting where you’re at. It was released on May 6. 1. “24” With breezy vocals, cynical lyrics, and upbeat […]

For fans of: CHVRCHES, flor, ODESZA, BROODS Lights’ highly-anticipated 5th album released on Apr. 1. Releasing the bold “Prodigal Daughter” as PEP’s first single, the singer claims her spot back as electropop’s hottest. 1. “Beside Myself” The album first starts with a light (ha!) and airy tune, differing from most of the album. According to […]

It’s 2008 and you’re sitting in the back of your family’s SUV driving towards your next family vacation. You’re most likely listening to Hannah Montana, The Jonas Brothers, or The Black-Eyed Peas with Skullcandy headphones and a CD player. The song ends and you reach for your backpack full of snacks, coloring books, and your […]

Evolving from the early 1900’s Dadaists’ art zines, to the science-fiction ”fanzine” of the 1930’s, into the “little magazine” (as it was known during the Beat generation of the 50’s and 60’s), these small-batch, independent publications finally formed the modern-day “zine.” So what is the zine? A sort of subversive literary act, the zine finds […]

Vietnamese-American and Houstonian Casey Luong or keshi (with a lowercase k) is a self-taught music producer, singer-songwriter and musician whose music contains an interesting mix of R&B, pop, and indie lo-fi influences. He was raised in Sugarland and later went on to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in nursing. […]

A few weeks ago was the annual music festival, South By South West (SXSW), in Austin, Texas. Austin is sometimes known as the live music capital of the world, but Austin has also changed a lot in the past few years. A lot of people think that the changes happening to the city have also […]

Classical music is a strange genre. Whenever you go to a normal concert, you do it to watch a performance. You want your favorite artist to thrive on that stage playing your favorite songs. You want the communal euphoria of being with other fans as you sweat and scream in ecstasy. Classical music is not […]

While I was scrolling through my Instagram explore page the other day, I came across a video snippet of The Kelly Clarkson Show. In the highlighted part of this episode, Kelly Clarkson was sitting down with Selena Gomez, discussing Gomez’s musical career. Selena said, “I’ve constantly been trying to make my music better and better, […]

As an extension of my last article, I will be delving into the world of what I creatively call “plantcore,” a musical aesthetic that has angiosperm-like themes. Oftentimes plantcore can be characterized as simplistic and whimsical, yet insightful; a feeling that can be equated to walking through a plant nursery or lurking through the brush […]

Last week (Jan. 18), the greatest lineup you could imagine was announced. My Chemical Romance. Paramore. Thursday. Pierce the Veil. Taking Back Sunday. Bring Me the Horizon. Avril Lavigne. Jimmy Eat World. The Used. You name it; it’s there. Warped Tour who? When We Were Young Festival is a three-day festival in Las Vegas presented […]

It seems that everyone has a record player these days. I think I personally know more people with record players than Nintendo Switches at this point, though I’m not sure if that says more about the state of the music industry or the people I choose to spend time with. In any case, records have […]

Washington D.C. born artist Kelela started her journey with music in the fourth grade, when she learned to play the violin and sing. It wasn’t until she started going to the American University in 2001 where she started singing jazz at local cafés. This snowballed the Ethiopian artist’s music career, and was the beginning of […]

Twee is a counterculture and subgenre of indie-pop that is categorized as “excessively or affectedly quaint, pretty, or sentimental.” While it originated in the 1980s, it also had a revival in the late 2000s and early 2010s. Recently on Tik Tok, people have been anticipating another Twee revival, and like any good counterculture, it is […]

When a new year starts, we tend to look back at what we have done and what we could have done. We tend to reflect on the good and the bad, and nostalgia may start. Listening to music you loved in the past can definitely help you realize how far you have come. In light […]

Watering a Flower­, by well renowned Japanese musician Haruomi Hosono is one of the most tasteful albums I have ever listened to as it teaches us about the importance of silence and how minimalism in music can actually be more emotionally provoking than grand orchestras or melodramatic pop music. If anything, music akin to what’s […]

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