It was about 5 years ago when I discovered a niche YouTube channel by NPR Music. This channel is called NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert where artists from all over the charts come and preform in a literal, tiny desk setting. These performances range from new artists to billboard toppers such as Paramore, Hozier, Tyler the Creator, Taylor Swift and Adele, to just name a few. These artists play a small set of 3-4 songs either acoustically or with a band. The first artist that lead me to Tiny Desk Concert was Matty Healy's performance for The 1975 about 6 years ago. Being a huge The 1975 fan, I discovered this acoustic set through their following and with my natural curiosity, I discovered a treasure chest of gold.
First and foremost, I am going to start off by saying I am no fitness guru. In fact, I know the least amount about the gym lifestyle. However, that is why I am writing this article. To let every couch potato and fellow art student (who always admired the jocks in high school but had no idea what to do when it came to grinding it in the gym) know that there is some hope in losing weight, toning up or just overall becoming more healthy.
You would think that being a broke college student meant shopping is nearly non-existent since you aren't working and most of your savings money is going to your student loans, but what if I were to tell you there's a break in that loophole? That there is, in fact, a way to stay stylish on a budget? Whether you are a struggling college student, or just do not have the extra spending money for a shopping spree, here are some ways you could save your style.
About a year ago I stumbled upon the most unique, avant-garde YouTube channel in today’s society called Colors. Colors is based in Berlin, Germany, though their followers reach worldwide. Their motto is "all colors, no genres," providing a platform for not just a solo artist but also bands, to have a place to perform where they are associated with a color rather than a genre.
Do you ever find yourself getting tired of the same old playlists? Turning your radio on and hearing the same overplayed songs? Would you like to find new music or discover new artists? If so, you have come to the right place. From new artists to veterans of the industry, there is new music to be discovered and loved a little more.