February 19, 2020

Posts from "Music"

  • Music | Feb.13, 2020

    Quadio: Connecting College Artists

    Empowering Students Through Social Media by Patrick Fuller ’21 A&E Co-Editor In the current competitive music arena, where streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Soundcloud advertise only the most popular artists, college students seeking a career in music struggle…

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  • Music | Feb.13, 2020

    Using Music as a Platform for Voting Activism

    Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift Step Up by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff Music and politics have gone together for as long as we can remember. Whether it is through artists choosing to endorse political candidates, or through their…

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  • Music | Feb.13, 2020

    An Update on 21 Savage’s Immigration Hearing

    Atlanta Shows Its Support while Rapper Remains Waiting by Daniel O’Neill ’21 A&E Staff February 3, 2020 marked the one-year anniversary of the arrest of popular rapper 21 Savage by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The charges…

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  • Music | Feb.06, 2020

    Music Festivals Unveil 2020 Lineups

    Firefly, Bunbury, Osheaga Compete with Big Names by Daniel O’Neill ’21 A&E Staff Since 2020 is in full swing, promoters are beginning to release the lineups and dates of the world’s largest music festivals for the coming year. On Tuesday,…

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  • Music | Feb.06, 2020

    Shakira and Jennifer Lopez Own Halftime Show

    Celebrate Latinx Roots and Female Empowerment by Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff Every year, people across the country get together to watch the Super Bowl. Not only is this one of the world’s biggest stages in sports, but the halftime…

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  • Music | Jan.30, 2020

    62nd Grammy Awards Pay Tribute

    Remembering Kobe Bryant, Nipsey Hussle Through Music by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff Hours after the tragic passing of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year old daughter, Gianna, the Recording Academy started the 62nd annual Grammy Awards with a…

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  • Music | Jan.30, 2020

    Seventeen Showcases Versatility on ‘Ode To You’ Tour

    Unique K-pop Group Rocks Prudential Center in Newark by Sara Conway ’21 A&E Co-Editor If you are somewhat familiar with the K-pop group Seventeen, chances are the first things you think of are their complex choreographies and that they do…

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  • Music | Jan.30, 2020

    Halsey’s Third Album, Manic

    The Vibrant Journey of A Lost Soul by Jennifer Villeda ’20 A&E Staff On Jan. 17, Halsey released her third studio album titled Manic, after almost three years since her last album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. During that time, Halsey collaborated…

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  • Music | Jan.30, 2020

    Mac Miller’s Circles

    Finding Posthumous Closure by Grace O’Connor ’22 A&E Staff As stated by Rolling Stone, “Mac Miller’s posthumous album Circles is a fitting coda to his career.’’ Mac Miller’s new album was taken from bits and pieces of music that he…

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  • Music | Jan.30, 2020

    Remembering Legendary Drummer Neil Peart

    How the Rush Drummer Defined Rock and Roll Percussion by Daniel O’Neill ’21 A&E Staff On Tuesday, January 7, Rush drummer and main lyricist Neil Peart passed away in Malibu, California. He was 67 years old and was battling a…

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