When I was a freshman, I never expected to like a class so quickly. I had dread, of course, that college was going to be how everyone said it was: challenging, stressful and occasionally boring. When I took Afro-American 154, the History of Hip-Hop, my faith in my four years had been restored. Maybe all of college could be so awesome.
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The spaces for music media are small. Too often I struggle to find where to turn online if I want to read an honest opinion of something, with all bias and editorial standards left at the door.
This is not a drill.
Is there anything Hayley Williams can’t do? Whether she’s too busy being the frontwoman of Paramore, creating awesomely epic hair dye colors for her own company, Good Dye Young, or now releasing her own music and embarking on somewhat of a solo career, I suggest that Williams is somewhat of a superhuman.
A star-studded lineup of artists took the stage at the Alliant Energy Center this past Friday night. Headlined by The Chainsmokers, The World War Joy Tour included acts from Australian pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer and Canadian native, Lennon Stella.
Alex O’Connor —widely known as Rex Orange County— released his third studio album entitled Pony this past Friday, encouraging fans to recognize their own youth and remember it well.
Big Thief took the stage for their second time in Madison this past Saturday at the Sylvee. Their new album Two Hands is their second to come out this year, following U.F.O.F., which dropped in early May.
Catfish and the Bottlemen brought the ballroom to life this past Friday as they headlined the Rave in Milwaukee. Touring for their new album The Balance the setlist illustrated their new sound, giving fans a sense of nostalgia as they showcased their past hits.