By Peter Colaner I know what you’re thinking: Why is Pete writing a music review? Doesn’t he just talk about film and television? Yep, that’s true. I blog exclusively about film and television, but this week, I’m making an exception.  Since I’ve been exposed to such a talented and intriguing band, “The Ghost Club,” I […]

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By Maya Mabern October was a great month for new music releases — a few of my favorites being Adrianne Lenker’s album “songs,” SZA’s single “Hit Different” and of course, Miss Ariana Grande’s magnum opus, “Positions” — but no album has lived rent free in my mind more than “Featuring Ty Dolla $ign” by, you […]

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By Michelle Tian For those of you who don’t know, Ariana Grande came out with an album entitled “Positions” Friday and I have not been able to breathe properly since the moment she announced the release date.  Now, I’ve been a die-hard Arianator since 2014, but for the sake of analyzing this album, I’ll try […]

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By Emma Simonoff I don’t have any older siblings and my parents know everything there is to know about music up until like 1985. When I got an iPod for my birthday, the only music I had on it was The Beatles and the soundtracks of “Hairspray” and “Shrek the Musical.” Oh, and also Kidz […]

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By Katrina Liu My roommate and I were talking the other day about how everyone has a “thing.” She loves looking at fashion and I love looking for new music. She immediately agreed, saying that it’s obvious given the amount of time and care I put into my Spotify playlists. I thought about what she […]

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By Thalia Lauzon  The COVID-19 Playlist Everything goes better with music –– even a pandemic. These aptly named songs will have a whole new meaning to you in the context of quarantine and isolation. “Make Me Wanna Die” by The Pretty Reckless “I’m a Mess” by Bebe Rexha “Locked Away” by R. City (feat. Adam […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis We’re on, what, day 84,923,085 of quarantine? Jesus Christ, am I losing it, let me tell you. Every week I feel a little more psychotic and it’s really starting to show. And, if you talk to my therapist, she’d tell you that repetition can easily deteriorate someone like me. Oh, and I […]

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By Emma Sánchez  Despite the pandemic being especially hard on musicians who thrive off audiences and collaboration, there have been some amazing new music releases this year. This list of artists, new albums and singles was hard for me to compile — there were just too many amazing new releases to choose from. But for […]

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