Heidi: AJR “The Click (Deluxe Edition)” One album I have listened to recently on repeat is AJR’s “The Click (Deluxe Edition).” These songs came out in 2017, so I guess I am a little late to the party. I don’t know how I haven’t come across these songs earlier, but I really like how varied… Read More Junk Drawer: What Have You Been Listening To?
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST The first British Invasion brought us some of the classic rock bands that we know and love today such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Animals and others. The second British Invasion took care of the bands who were at the forefront of the new-wave genre, Duran Duran being… Read More Duran Duran Meets Politics
ANNA VANSEVEREN | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Ali Lacey, better known as Novo Amor, a Welsh singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer released his debut album, “Birthplace,” on Oct. 19. Even though “Birthplace” is Novo Amor’s first full-length solo album, the indie/folk musician is not new to the music scene. His first release came in 2012 in the… Read More Album Review: “Birthplace” by Novo Amor
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST The music industry – a.k.a. my favorite source of ranting material – has had one of the most boring years in recent history. The most exciting release that keeps everyone talking is the upcoming release of “Bohemian Rhapsody” later this year. However, that is a film, not a record, and… Read More What Happened to the Music Industry?
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Cal Jam is one of the biggest rock festivals that takes place in San Bernardino, Calif. For two years now, the festival has been featuring some of the biggest names in the industry as well as lesser known bands on the rise. The 2018 lineup featured Foo Fighters, Iggy Pop,… Read More Nirvana Reunion at Cal Jam 2018
EDUARDO PADRINO | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Music, like most other professions, offers a broad variety of opportunities in the jobmarket: from performance to education and composition to the study of sound itself in fields like acoustics and sound engineering. From a distance, music seems like a potential #1 option for the college student who wants to… Read More The Big Question: How to Make a Living in Music?
REBECCA JACQUES | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST One thing we have in common, though we may have different tastes, is music. Music has many different uses: for those to listen to, way to pass the time and a way to get your body moving. Some also find that it can be a helpful study tool. In fact,… Read More Music Opinions