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New Miniature Tigers!

by Mallory Dwortz
The indie-pop-synth band known for producing ’80s infused gems just released a new single, and it’s definitely worth a listen (or 10). Charlie Brand, Rick Schaier, Algernon Quashie, and Brandon Lee came together to give us some more new music to get us through quarantine. The Miniature Tigers’ new song, “Lavender Boombox,” is now available […]

Dola Is “Running in Place” as Mystery Dies

by Julia Colasanti
We’ve all caught ourselves doing it, swiping on dating apps in quarantine even though we’re not legally allowed to meet our possible suiters. To solve this dilemma, I take to stalking. By the time he responds to my cliché Bumble pick-up line, I’ve probably already seen his embarrassing middle school YouTube videos, I know his […]

Enjoy These Five New Singles by Women Musicians

by Marissa Bachrach
As quarantine trudges into the summer months, many artists have been continuing to release new music. Recently, several new singles have come out; here are five of the best songs (coincidentally all by awesome women artists) that you need to check out! “I See You” by Phoebe Bridgers Indie singer-songwriter, Phoebe Bridgers, dropped her newest […]

Dancehall Battle

by Eric Hendrix
This past Saturday another Verzuz battle was held on Instagram between reggae legends. These were started by legendary producers Timberland and Swizz Beats. They wanted to provide a platform for legendary artists to showcase their work to new audiences by competing against one another. The artist each get 20 songs and got hit for a […]

How Charli XCX Is Feeling Now

by Marissa Bachrach
British electro-pop singer-songwriter, Charli XCX, released her newest album, how i’m feeling now, on May 15. Prior to the release of her fourth studio album, Charli released the singles “forever,” “claws,” “i finally understand,” and “enemy.” All of these singles were produced (with the help of A. G. Cook and BJ Burton) and released while […]

Lollapalooza: Last Festival Standing?

by Mallory Dwortz
As we know, large group events are not having a very good year. Festivals have been tripping over each other to land new dates later in the year, or they have postponed to next year or have canceled altogether. Lollapalooza, however, is staying strong and hoping for the best, displaying this message at the bottom […]