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Vince Staples recently sat down for a 30-minute interview with the writer and TV host Touré to discuss his new album. About ten minutes into the interview, Touré asks Staples […]
Music and performance transcends language and countries and races,” Rapmonster (born Kim Namjoon), the leader of Korean Pop group BTS, says as he stands on the stage of the […]
By Ross Bretherton Plenty of students release albums while at Tufts, but not many first years can boast being at the forefront of a musical movement in their own hometown. […]
This past year, Tucker has emerged fully embodying the movement towards variety and diversification that defines Tufts’ unique music scene. Consisting of members Josh Berl (bass), Noah Cutler (guitar, vocals), […]
My first introduction to Annahstasia Enuke was as a Melisma Magazine hopeful—it was the summer before my freshman year and I was scanning the magazine’s website with a reverence that […]
By Aidan Menchaca Boston has a new venue, Sonia, to replace the beloved TT The Bear’s Place. TT The Bear’s was bought by the Sater brothers, who own the neighboring […]
By Sarah Markos Beyoncé’s ambitious visual album Lemonade is a 56-minute chronicle of black femininity overflowing with personal and political messages. Her ethereal performance at the 59th annual Grammy Awards […]
One of the joys of rewatching Scrubs on Netflix is noticing how the series so cleverly uses music. In one such instance, I found myself singing along to “Don’t […]