Posts Tagged ‘Mac Miller’

Songs for Moms

by Jackson Red
Obviously the top of the list. LL Cool J taught us that Mom’s advice is always in our best interest, even if it may seem questionable. One of the few songs on this list that your mom might actually like. Nothing like some classic Mac. A punk lullaby. You know Kanye had to show his […]

HBO: A Catalog of Shows and Music

by Marissa Bachrach
As a media junkie, lately, during quarantine, I’ve found myself binging as many movies and TV shows as possible. With that being said, when I’m not watching something, I’m almost always listening to something; whether I’m playing music while doing school work or listening to a podcast to help me fall asleep. As an avid […]

Albums to Listen to Alone, In Your Room

by Jackson Red
Sometimes my friends can be my principal source of new music, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but it just means that most of the music I listen to is music you’d wanna play for your friends. Unfortunately, though, Sofi Tukker doesn’t slap quite as hard when you’re laying in bed with the lights off, […]

How to Fill Your Quarantine With Music

by Marissa Bachrach
As weeks of quarantine progress to our avail, it’s easy to find yourself in bed, letting Netflix continue to play whatever show you’re binging for the fourth time. But, it’s important to try to keep sparking your creativity, whether it’s with a hobby or craft, an instrument or just being a music listener.  Many musical […]

“What Does Quarantine Time Mean for Artists and Fans?”

by Maddy Ipema
Due to festival and concert season, in general, being forsaken for the time being – it’s quite a disappointing and melancholy time for both artists and fans. Some of my friends saved for months for their concert tickets and it’s something they kept in the back of their mind at all times – they held […]

What Circles Can Teach Us About Elegantly Navigating the Posthumous Release (Or, Skills We Wish We Didn’t Need)

by Jackson Red
The recent release of Mac Miller’s album Circles meant a lot of things to a lot of people: a bittersweet farewell from an icon, a poetic sense of closure in his discography, and, on the most basic level, who doesn’t welcome new music from a long-beloved artist? On a less personal level, it also carries […]