September 27, 2020

Posts from "Music"

  • Music | Sep.17, 2020

    The Show Must Go On: The Virtual VMAs

    by Madison Palmieri ’22 A&E Staff On Sunday, Aug. 30, the MTV Music Video Awards, or the VMAs, were not held with their usual packed crowds and live performances, but rather with few spectators and pre-recorded outdoor performances. Hosted by…

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  • Music | Sep.17, 2020

    Educating through Music: A Black Lives Matter Playlist

    How Artists are Using Their Platforms to Fight for Justice by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff 2020 has been a year of surprises and new experiences for everyone all over the world. With that said, one thing that has not…

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  • Art | Sep.03, 2020

    “Calamitous Love and Insurmountable Grief”

    folklore Proves Taylor Swift’s Range and Depth by Madison Palmieri ’22 A&E Staff For Taylor Swift fans, these uncertain times have brought an unexpected gift: the singer’s eighth studio album, folklore, which was announced on July 23 and then released…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.03, 2020

    Artists Express Themselves in Isolation

    A Quarantine Playlist for Your Listening Pleasure by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff While the rest of the world sat at home during quarantine, watching Netflix, baking banana bread, and sleeping until noon, did you really think that the world’s…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.05, 2020

    Taylor Swift is “The Man”

    by: Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff Taylor Swift once again proved her artistic genius when she released the music video for her single, “The Man” on Feb. 27.  At first glance, it seemed like any other video, but little would…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Mar.05, 2020

    Kobe Bryant Tribute

    Musicians Pay Homage by: Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff Nearly a month ago, the world was shocked and saddened by the sudden deaths of Kobe and Gianna Bryant, along with seven others in a helicopter crash. On Monday, February 24,…

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  • Music | Feb.27, 2020

    Tame Impala Releases The Slow Rush

    Fourth Studio Album Comes after a Five-Year Wait by Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff After a five-year hiatus since their last release, Australian Kevin Parker’s musical project, Tame Impala, debuted their fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, on Feb. 14.…

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  • Music | Feb.27, 2020

    Apollo Masters Fire Destroys Priceless Vinyls

    Tragedy Upsets the Vinyl Industry Worldwide by Daniel O’Neill ’21 A&E Staff On Thursday, February 6, one of the two lacquer vinyl manufacturing plants in the world, Apollo Masters, was destroyed by a catastrophic fire. The plant is located in…

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  • 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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