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Win Free Tickets To See Billie Eilish!

by Darlene Leal
On Nov. 8, 2019, Billie Eilish posted a Twitter video stating that her fanscan win two free tickets to her sold out tour by visiting Global Citizen’s website and educating themselves about global warming and climate change. This collaboration encourages her fans to further learn about environmental issues such as plastic pollution, global warming and […]

Thirteen Years of The Black Parade

by MackenzieTempleton
One of this generation’s greatest concept records and rock operas is officially a teenager, and is probably filled with more angst and anger than ever.  After witnessing the tragic events of 9/11, frontman Gerard Way founded My Chemical Romance and took the rock scene by storm.  They gained success and popularity with the release of […]

“Cheap Queen” by King Princess- Album Review

by Darlene Leal
Hailing from Brooklyn, King Princess (Mikaela Straus) debuts her first album “Cheap Queen.” Cheap Queen is heavily inspired by her own love of drag queens especially those who are seen as “Cheap Queens.” Cheap Queens have to work with what they’ve got and learn to be resourceful. She identifies with the same sentiment in her song […]

My Chemical Romance Announces Comeback

by Darlene Leal
My Chemical Romance just announced their first tour date after splitting up in March of 2013. Their reunion has sparked many fans of the group to gush in excitement over their reunion. It started off when fans realized that they created an Instagram and posted hints of their return. Shortly after, they confirmed the return […]

Manchester Orchestra: Ten Years of Mean Everything To Nothing

by MackenzieTempleton
2009: MySpace was crumbling, the world lost their favorite Clueless outcast, and Manchester Orchestra dropped their outstanding record, Mean Everything To Nothing, catapulting their career entirely. The Atlanta indie favorites dropped their sophomore album in April 2009 with producers Joe Chiccarelli (My Morning Jacket, Morrissey) and Dan Hannon.  The album was greeted warmly by both […]

Rush Seating: Secondary Ticket Platforms’ Kryptonite?

by MackenzieTempleton
In a money-hungry, dog-eat-dog world, the internet took the music industry by storm and either drove it straight off the Golden Gate Bridge, or gave it a penthouse full of drugs, liquor, and a Hollywood Boulevard view, depending on who you talk to. Sure, online music streaming has given us artists like Austin Post, a […]