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Hayley Kiyoko Cancels North American Tour

by Darlene Leal
Two weeks away and Hayley Kiyoko announced on her social media that her upcoming North American tour is now cancelled. In her statement, Kiyoko thanked the fans for the endless support and for being part of a beautiful community. She then broke the news by stating that she had upsetting information. “The timing for the […]
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Bonnaroo 2020: Giving the Lineup Some Love

by Mallory Dwortz
Festival season is fast approaching! The holidays have come and gone, so now, ‘tis the season for festival lineups! We all have our eyes on a few warm weekends to splurge on a ticket, pack up the car, and head on out to feast our eyes and ears on the music of our favorite artists. […]

Five Women Who Dominated 2019

by carolinepejcinovic
In 2019, women dominated the Best of Charts in all shapes and sounds. From Ariana Grande, to Weyes Blood, or FKA Twigs—here are a few of the magnificent women who made 2019 their year. Ariana Grande- thank u, next After splitting with ex-fiancé Pete Davidson, Ariana Grande released thank u, next, with monumental singles such […]

A Playlist for Your New Year’s Resolution

by Mallory Dwortz
EDM, Exercise, and Positivity in 2020 Start 2020 off right with a playlist to get you moving, smiling, dancing, and running through campus in the dead of winter. With the start of a new year, and a brand new version of the roaring twenties, come those unbearable questions about resolutions. Making a conscious effort to […]

Upcoming Albums to Look Forward to In 2020

by Darlene Leal
With the new year comes plenty of great new albums to come. Many huge names have confirmed their upcoming album, or some sort of music release. Below are just the peak of some upcoming project for the beginning of the year. Some dates are still vague but there are some definite known releases to look […]

Ashnikko Strays from the Typical

by Darlene Leal
In a world where social media and memes are prevalent, it is hard to understand why Ashnikko isn’t more well-known. In her EP, “Hi, It’s Me,” she speak about getting over “fxck boys,” rejecting crappy sex, and being too busy because she’s a “working bxtch.” Ashnikko carries a very carefree and comedic take on the […]