Constantinos Gallis '24 released his second album “Changing Too Quickly” on March 4, delving into topics such as quarantine, fear of the future, anger toward the government and uncertain relationships in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The vocal artist from Seoul, South Korea, seeks to tackle stereotypical and mistaken misconceptions on stage. While doing this, she also wants to incorporate traditional Korean elements.
The Sweetener Tour did not only save Grande’s fans; it also saved her from her demons. “excuse me, i love you” perfectly depicted Grande in a better state — ready to rule pop music once again.
YouTuber Adelaine Morin’s track “SPF 50” — the first single on her EP “Golden Hour,” which was released on Oct. 16 — reminds women of their worth in a relationship.
Detroit native Chinedum (CK) Umachi hadn’t written a single song until April of this year. Due to COVID-19, he had extra time to shift gears to music production and create his EP “Quartet” after his friends encouraged him to take on a new creative challenge. The 30-year-old attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology as an undergraduate…
Ariana Grande’s sixth studio album “Positions” radiates a timeless, old-school feeling that showcases the artist’s wide vocal range. The constant use of strings strategically creates an orchestral resonance, which perfectly complements the intimate sound that Grande wanted to create.
Nick Kingswell’s recent track “There’s No Cure” serves as a reminder to not carry the burden of regret. Kingswell recreates indie folk with his musical flair and leaves listeners with tracks that require heavy reflection.
Music producer, singer, painter and video producer Brooklyn Michelle's newest single “Retail Therapy" is premiering on Oct. 16, and serves as an empowering anthem for the heartbroken.
Singaporean Australian singer Haneri’s (formerly known as Daphne Khoo) song “Y Didn’t You Say So” encourages others to embrace every single part of their identities. In the track, Haneri reflects on learning from mistakes and learning to love herself. The artist entered the spotlight in 2017 when she was featured on the Spotify “New Music…
Recording artist and philanthropist Hilary Roberts’ self-titled album takes listeners on a rollercoaster ride through her experiences with “success, redemption, heartbreak, frustration and a whole lot more.”
Hawthorn hopes that others will better understand his experience of how much hurt can be caused to yourself and another person when you stay in a relationship that is not meant to be.
Baker Grace’s new track “Keeper” defies societal pressures and seeks for self-appreciation.
Austin duo Me Nd Adam’s new track "Something Better" flares with confidence and a lively rhythm that makes it the perfect party anthem this fall.
Norway artist Jimi Somewhere’s single “Jesus” featuring Kacy Hill from his upcoming debut LP “Nothing Gold Can Stay” reveals the importance of defying society’s expectations.
Loren Allred, who sang in the Oscar-nominated, Grammy Award–winning film “The Greatest Showman,” released her debut single “This Summer” on Sept. 14.
Dancing feet on carpet flooring. Live concerts for an invisible audience. Images, words, old memories — prompted by introspection — unloaded onto a canvas, a page. This is the “new normal” for student-artists amid the COVID-19 pandemic: with limited access to resources like rehearsal spaces and art supplies, visual and performing artists are finding innovative ways to make and share their art.
Nilo Blues’ self-titled album thematically encompasses an array of tracks that reject racial prejudice. His track "Nicotiana" was inspired by the hurdle of nicotine addiction and addresses the idea of attachment.
Mokita’s new single “Down” is a hopeful reminder to those who are facing challenges. The artist is known for opening up about his mental health struggles and for incorporating them into songs to spread awareness.
The Venus in Scorpio’s single “Blissed” reveals the exhilarating sensation of finally triumphing over the struggles in finding self-love. Maxim Faster, a self-taught vocalist and producer of The Venus in Scorpio, is currently based in Berlin. His third EP “This Place Is Killing Me” will come out on Sept. 11 during his birthday, and he…
Courtney Cole’s new EP “Earthquake,” which consists of four autobiographical tracks, accentuates finding freedom from within. The artist’s previous releases received praise from Rolling Stone and Huffington Post, enabling her to tour with Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney and Kane Brown, to mention a few. When she performed on Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars…
Front Country’s new single “Amerikan Dream” encourages citizens to look back at the founding principles of America and to be vigilant during the upcoming presidential election.
While quarantining, 18-year-old Canadian artist Rayne created her song "Bored" to journal her feelings during the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Ceara Cavalieri talks about finding one’s self-worth in her fourth single “I Wish.” The 24-year-old graduated from UCLA with a degree in psychology and is currently pursuing music full time.
Fake Shark’s album “House of Mirrors” encourages people to accept challenges and to not cower from existing problems.