Monthly Archive: December, 2017

How to Diversify Your Christmas Playlist


By Devon Henry Christmas time is here and everyone loves to listen to Christmas music during the holiday time! The only thing is, hearing Bing Crosby sing White Christmas 5 times in 2 hours can… Continue reading

Album Review: “Oblivion” by T-Pain


    By Brandon King Unpopular opinion: I think T-Pain is underrated. The Tallahassee-based singer/rapper came out of nowhere in the early 2000’s with his brand of melodic R&B that was drenched in… Continue reading

Elvis Depressedly Steals the Show at Crescent Ballroom


by Claudia Yaw Despite it being a Tuesday night, the Crescent Ballroom in downtown Phoenix was alive, packed in the front restaurant and the back, where a crowd was forming excitedly. The show,… Continue reading

Pop, Pop! It’s Show Time!


By: Colette Stein As we are approaching the end of 2017, we must reflect back on what a spectacular year the “24k Magic” singer, Bruno Mars, has had. December 7th, 2017 marks exactly… Continue reading

The Maine Rock a Homecoming Show


By Kelly Fox. The Modern Nostalgia Tour is now winding down after trekking all over the country. With powerhouse veterans The Maine hosting up-and-comers Night Riots and Dreamers, this lineup was created to… Continue reading

Film-culture of Music in India


By Mythili Gubbi. From giving people company while shopping in big malls or at small roadside shops while playing on full volume through phone speakers; from playing in wedding celebrations to dance parties;… Continue reading

The Goldrush Music Festival


By Carson Mlnarik The first ever Goldrush Music Festival was a success. Hip-Hop and EDM music lovers from all over packed in at Rawhide Western Town to enjoy some of the top musical… Continue reading

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