By Hannah Liu North students enjoyed original music and covers performed by fellow students in a casual venue, formerly the school cafeteria, tonight. The Class of 2019 Student Council held the 2nd annual Battle of the Bands (BoB) on March … Continue reading Student Musicians let loose at Battle of the Bands
In the past few years, the number of student musicians producing music outside of school has been on the rise. Either that or increased awareness of the music projects are brought to public light through the use of social media. … Continue reading 6 Newton North Musicians to Follow in 2019
Today we’re taking a detour. There’s construction on the highway to Talivision so we’re gonna have to get there some other way. Let’s turn off TV drive, and go down trap music avenue. Today’s topic, Young Thug. That’s right. You’ve … Continue reading Young Thug is a Genius
In August, Columbia Records paid over 4 million dollars for a previously unknown artist named Dominic Fike. Since then, he has dropped his first set of music. His first EP, Don’t Forget About Me, Demos barely reaches a fifteen minute … Continue reading Who Is Dominic Fike?
One of my favorite things to examine in music is samples. Especially in hip-hop, modern music is rampant with recycled sounds from the classics of yesteryear. There are few things that I love more than discovering one of my favorite … Continue reading Samples are a Beautiful Thing
In October 2017, “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man hit number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It was virtually impossible to go into public without hearing it. Whether you were listening to the car radio or in a … Continue reading Portugal the Man is So Much More Than “Feel It Still”
This post is going to be short because it is only about one song. “Freakin’ Out on the Interstate” by Bristen Maroney is one of those songs that gets better every time you hear it. With replays, the heavy guitar grows … Continue reading An Anthem for the Angsty