The Chant

You are what you listen to

You are what you listen to

Nia-Simone Sherwood, Reporter, Photographer, Videographer
May 16, 2019
While students anxiously look forward to Music Midtown in September, there are still smaller festivals in the spring and summer season that they can attend and enjoy. “Music Midtown was such an experience, I want to go back already,” junior Ashley Skaggs said.

Music festival season approaches

Lainey Devlin, Reporter, Photographer
March 13, 2019
Music critics debate the exact meaning of the phrase “one-hit wonder” and its origins. Apparently, Winnipeg Free Press first used the term in the late 1970s when describing how the pop group Abba avoided this label.  Data journalist Dan Kopf believes that one-hit wonders could become extinct because of the ever-changing music industry. Others argue that social media kills one-hit wonders because artists can release music quickly and use their social media presence to build a dedicated fanbase.

One-Hit wonders through the years

Erin Grier, Reporter, Photographer
March 8, 2019
Spotify offers a wide array of undiscovered and up-and-coming artists, especially in the K-pop genre.

Listen to this: An introduction into the world of K-pop

Michelle Lin, Reporter, Photographer
February 13, 2019
Fandom: the obsessions of life

Fandom: the obsessions of life

Haley Kish, Reporter, Photographer
December 28, 2018
Junior Grayson Powers recreates the cover for Khalid’s new EP Suncity, dropped on October 19. The EP cover gives off a calm, yet depressed, vibe as Powers looks off into the distance with a   serious face and an old Camaro in the background. “Khalid’s EP has a lot of emotion behind it and it really affected me a lot. I really feel for his music as it makes me really happy,” Powers said.

Chillin’ in Suncity

Haley Kish, Photographer
October 25, 2018
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