The second event of “Living in Color” showcased Black artist performances, from West African ensemble to gospel.
CommonToast: A Brunch Café! Provides Warm Respite and Tender Music on Chilly Evening￼
The Common Tones stuck to a food-themed showcase, with costumes and decorations, for their CommonToast: A Brunch Cafe!
iEdit: Rachel Phelan Curates a Predictably Unpredictable Punk and Pop Playlist
Layout editor Rachel Phelan pulls together a playlist that perfectly reflects her character, according to editor-in-chief Megan Kelly.
Julian Lennon Crafts His Own Sound on New Album ‘Jude’
Lennon played to his strengths with sedated instrumentals and defined airy voice in his new album release.
The Heightsmen Serenade Crowd With Classic Songs at Spring Café
The Heightsmen of BC captivate the audience inside Devlin 008 with classic and recent hits a capella.
Himes: Sonic Envy
Assistant Arts Editor Emily Himes discusses songs so good she’s jealous of the writer.
Himes: Unification by Nonsense
Assistant Arts Editor Emily Himes discusses why lyrics aren’t always the most important part of the song.
Spaced Out: The Arctic Monkeys, The Iran Deal, and Finals
Associate arts editor Kaylie Ramirez avoids studying for finals by thinking about the upcoming Arctic Monkeys album and the impending fate of the Iran Deal.
Second Hand High: Reveling in the Irony of Songs about Drugs
Associate Arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses the coded lyrics and happy-go-lucky beats certain artists use to disguise their messages about drugs.
An Ode to My Father, and All His Songs
Assistant Arts Editor Emily Himes talks about the love of music she has, and the way it was instilled by her father.