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A First Look at BTS’ New Comeback
BTS has a new album coming out on April 12th. With the release being so close, we’ve been expecting some kind of trailer or news, regarding what to expect, for a little bit. Have no fear, BTS has dropped a teaser, starring none other than their leader RM, to get everyone excited for the new music to come.
Shortie: "Tints" Analysis
At first glance, "Tints" is a song about keeping a low profile while getting some head from a girl in the driver’s seat. But when you take a look at the video, and listen a bit more to the lyrics, it’s about much more than that. Rather, it's about all of the things people hide.Azaria Brown
It’s been a couple of years since Squidge has released new music. With an outstanding response to their first EP, What’s The Point to Care? (including songs like "Disappear Reappear" and "On The Mend") and a lineup change, it’s a good job something is around the corner. And their next release is exciting.Maddie Christy
'All Genres Allowed'—Parisalexa Arrives
So before we get rolling, let's explain what this is all about. Music totally dominates in my life. I hear it almost all day. I grew up singing, playing trumpet and listening to any genre I could find or that came my way.Winners Only
LIVE Review: Mirrorgloss
“Let’s GO! That’s a vibe!” a concertgoer shouted at besties Del Brown and Najamoniq Todd, the dynamic duo of the electronic, pop heart-throb Mirrorgloss. Visiting from Tacoma, Washington, Del and Najamoniq left everything on the stage at The Iron Bear Tuesday night. Opening the night with their song “I Wonder,” Mirrorgloss brought the dance drip to SXSW from start to finish. With a powerful and charismatic stage presence, Mirrorgloss’ set was defined by positivity as they delivered their message of self acceptance and love.Savannah Opre
'Wish You Were Gay:' Billie Eilish, What Were You Thinking?
It seems the world has effectively fallen in love with Billie Eilish since her first song released on SoundCloud, "Ocean Eyes"—went viral in 2016. With the release of her current title, "Wish You Were Gay," people are a little less excited and a little unhappy.Christina St-Jean
Remember to Breathe: "Knock Yourself Out" Review
Adel Toay started a pop-punk project called Remember To Breathe based out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This project has had influences from some of the greats such as Blink-182 and Yellowcard, as well as the early 2000s pop punk and 90s emo music. They signed with Loud, Broke, & Dumb Records for their debut album Lessons on Getting Out and Growing Up which released on October 28, 2016. They have toured through the Midwest and opened up for notable rising acts such as Remo Drive, Belmont, Household, and many more. As an up and coming Midwest pop punk project, I suggest that you keep an eye out for them as there is a definite future ahead! They released their new single "Knock Yourself Out" on March 8, 2019.Mackenzie Coberley
"Run Boy Run" by Woodkid Review
I enjoy running, I also enjoy listening to music, a combination of both creates a sense of home for me. Before I go on a run, I usually pick a random radio station on Spotify to listen to, and I’m well on my way. I like putting my list in shuffle mode, so that I can expect the unexpected. If I like the song, I add it to my playlist. There was this one song on a run that rang beautifully in my ears. The song was "Run Boy Run" by Woodkid. I found that the title of the song was ironic because... well... I was running. Prior to listening to this song on Spotify, I only heard the intro of it being played over a meme depicting someone running away from something. I never heard it in its entirety.Rand Einfeldt
One Hit Wonders
Music: it can move you and it can make you move. From happiness to sadness, fear to calm, it is a constant in most of our lives, be it listening in the car, getting pumped up during a workout, or the soundtrack to a movie or show. Most of us will excitedly play songs for family and friends, trying to share a new favorite or deep lyrical content… but then there are the ones we don’t share. The one-hit wonders that are quickly forgotten about and left deep in the recesses of our mind or hidden for us to jam out with in the car. Some of these are really great, some are not. Here are ten of my least favorite one hit wonders, yet even as much as they suck, most of us still catch ourselves singing or humming along:Michelle Shaver
Top 10 - Avril Lavigne Songs
If you're a big fan of the Avril Lavigne album this isn't the place for you, I'm sorry. If you'd like to check out my other Avril articles you can find them here.Cronan Parry
Pop Sensation Pipo Beats Set to Release His New Single "Flawless"
Have you ever been asked to write a song for an international beauty pageant before? No? Neither have I. But Pipo Beats did. Meet Pipo Beats, a twenty year old pop heart throb from the City of Angels, Los Angeles, California. And yes, Pipo Beats was asked to write and perform his upcoming single Flawless for the 30th Annual Miss Asia International Beauty Pageant. Not only did he perform his new song, critics say he blew it out of the water.Migul Cruz
"Going Bad": Music Video Review
"Going Bad" is one of the top charting singles from Meek Mill's album Championships. It’s a very boastful record that doesn’t have a much deeper meaning or context. It mainly is championing the success of Meek, who has gone through so much. This is the peak, the “Championship.” Seeing that he’s won against so many past struggles. And these struggles have motivated him to get to this point.Release Rewind