Interviews

Sammy Adams Talks His New Single “Shining,” Warped Tour and What’s Next For Him

By: Amanda Meyer// Photos By: Sarah Waxberg//   After spending his whole summer on the Vans Warped Tour, Sammy Adams isn’t quite taking a break just yet. He dropped his latest single, “Shining,” last week and if you’re looking for one last summer bop, this is it. At Billboard Hot 100 Festival, I had the chance …

Interviews

The Dull Blue Lights Break Boundaries with Their New Self-Titled LP!

  By: Victoria Moorwood//   The Dull Blue Lights, comprised of Todd, Ben, Tim, Matt, and Josh, recently released their self-titled LP The Dull Blue Lights. The album was recorded over the period of five consecutive 12-hour-long sessions at The Bomb Shelter in Nashville, Tennessee with renowned producer Andrija Tokic. Featuring all-analog recording, The Dull …

Reviews

Fifth Harmony’s “Angel” Is The Group At Its Best

By: Sarah DeNunzio// Last week, Fifth Harmony dropped a buzz single from their upcoming third self-titled album, Fifth Harmony, dropping August 25th. “Angel,” the Skrillex and PooBear produced song, features equal vocal distribution from Fifth Harmony’s four members, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Ally Brooke Hernandez.  The girls take turns singing the chorus, …

Music & Culture

Is Kung Fu Kenny Ready To Fight?

By: Samuel Anthony// Competition has been prevalent in hip-hop since its genesis. As the genre evolved, artists would constantly push boundaries and move the needle on popular culture. Rappers have always felt the need to be number one, and egos would often collide causing some of the biggest beef between artists in the industry. Kendrick …

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Pink, Jack Antonoff and More Stand Firm Against Nazism and White Supremacy

By: Jordyn Tilchen// It’s hard to believe that after all of the progress we’ve made as a nation over the course of several years, that nazism would once again rear its ugly head in our streets. For reasons beyond the comprehension of most well-intentioned people around the world, just last weekend we watched in disgust …

Interviews

Meet Play The Ace, the Female Punk Rockers from Dallas

By: Amanda Meyer// After years of worshipping the likes of All Time Low, My Chemical Romance and Neck Deep, the teenage girls behind Play The Ace decided to come forward and create their own sound within the pop punk music scene. In the last year, Iris (vocals/guitar, Molly (bass) and Dena (drums) have released hundreds …

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Kesha Beams a Ray of Light with New Album ‘Rainbow’

By: Kyle Saavedra// Last Friday, on August 11th, Kesha released her first full-length record in almost five years – and needless to say, those years were well worth the wait. Amidst the grueling legal battle with ex-producer Dr. Luke, Kesha has managed to craft a record that not only shows personal growth, but also translates …

Music & Culture

Bruce Springsteen, PLUS 5 of Our Other Favorite Artist Residencies!

By: Paige Pomerantz// With the news of Bruce Springsteen’s plans to take over Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theater for eight weeks beginning in October, musician residencies are being brought back into the spotlight. Although Springsteen’s residency is set to be a personal and intimate experience in the 975-capacity venue, a majority of artists opt for bigger …

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Get Ready! The Meadows Music and Arts Festival is Coming Back To Queens!

By: Anna Glinski// Good news! The Meadows, now a second year festival, is coming back to Citi Field in Flushing, New York this September! Taking place September 15th-17th, the festival brings forth some of the biggest acts in music and the most to-die-for selection of local eats (FYI, Queens is a total foodie spot). Something …