By Kaitlyn Meslin Alarms are fairly universal, but an individual’s choice of alarm tones is often personal. Waking up to whatever sound you desire has never been easier, with the […]
Children of the Horn wins their audience over not only with their talent but also their collective personality. Like all Tufts students, they are very passionate about what they love, […]
Most people don’t understand why I enjoy clubbing alone until I explain to them that to me, the club is more of a frame of mind than a physical location. […]
by Katie Fielding Tufts first-year Sofia Wolfson may have begun her venture in the music world by playing a ukulele cover of a Haim song in the 9th grade, but […]
Soccer Mommy is an ironically apt name for Sophie Allison’s solo project. In a phone interview, she explained that she began writing songs when she was just 5 years old, […]
Within the past year, many beloved rock bands of the late 90s and early 00s have come out with new music. These releases, however, don’t sound like the bands that […]
When people complain about how most radio stations today seem to play the same small selection of songs over and over, they aren’t just being biased against pop music. Commercialized […]
In a word, New Dakotas’ sound is upbeat; their music rests happily somewhere at the intersection of pop and rock. Save for the strong Fleet Foxes influence on “Warming Song,” […]
Why it’s more important than ever that fans and artists work together.
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