Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
You might not know it, but famous DJs like Calvin Harris and Skrillex have been making new music under different names.
The Scandanavian bedroom pop artist blew away fans with her 2018 release ‘i wanna be your girlfriend.’ Now popping up all over TikTok, she’s poised to dominate.
The pandemic isn’t over, and music fans are getting antsy. Do these concerts scratch the itch, and are they COVID-safe?
Over the past few months, EDM artists have been collaborating left and right. Here are some of the most exciting projects released in the age of COVID.
Major players in the music industry have been suffering from the effects of the pandemic. Music That Never Sleeps is hoping to offset the damages.
Insomniac had to cancel their 2020 electronic music festival due to COVID-19, but fans are already hyped for next year’s show — tickets were gone within a day.
From poor advertising to musical sets that were too short, the virtual festival left many fans confused and disappointed.
The album was leaked just days before its planned release, but this PR disaster paved the way for other big-name artists to turn out early releases.
You know who Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley are, so now it’s time to learn about the artists behind some of their greatest hits, Charles Singleton and Rose Marie McCoy.
If you’re into electronic dance music, you know artists like Calvin Harris and Flume. But do you know the names of the vocalists featured in their songs?
With virtual music festivals and concerts on the rise, these up-and-comers are starting to gain traction as fans tune in to their livestreams.
So, you want to make music? The first steps don’t have to be hard or pricey when you know where to start.
The number of petitions that have been circulating among millions of Americans over the past few weeks has made a significant impact on the passage of new legislation.
During times like these, creatives have way too much time on their hands. One result: killer web comics with deadly serious undertones.
Virtual concerts are proving popular as major players in the musical world work hard to find new ways to engage their fans despite the need for social distancing.
Rave culture is on the rise and providing new opportunities for aspiring artist. Here are some new artists to look out for in the next few years.
Oakland recently became the second city in the United States to decriminalize the use and possession of the substance.
With the school year well on its way, we’re in search of new ways to distract ourselves from those 10-page essays and hours of work.
Be cool. Don’t Juul (unless you are 35 and over)
Does the film measure up to all the hype its name suggests?
Supposedly, as of September 1, 2019, chapters across the country associated with the Conference will need to comply with new alcohol regulations.
The writers of the long-running show are ready to throw hands at the current politically-charged climate.
After much anticipation, is ‘The Big Day’ everything it’s been made out to be?
In love with sci-fi and the twists the iconic show is known for? These four thrilling anthologies will be worth the watch.
Instead of investing your time in weed, you should invest your time in investing in weed.
The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team celebrates their second consecutive World Cup win — so why are Americans so pissed off?
Find some fashionable styles without the unfashionable costs.
The LGBTQ+ movement takes to the big screen.
College students are always on the lookout for new sources of income. Are investment apps the easy way to go?
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