Dissect – Your New Favorite Podcast

My recent vice has been the Spotify Original Podcast titled ‘Dissect’, hosted by Cole Cuchna. A ‘long form musical analysis broken into short, digestible episodes’, this podcast analyzes hit albums dedicating each episode to a song. Not only does it break down the lyrics and references, but it goes deep into the musical composition analyzing chords, beats, and production…

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Song Review: “Just A Boy” by Alaina Castillo

When Fall comes around, I always find myself listening to slower tempoed songs to keep the calm mood present in my everyday life. One captivating single I have been playing recently was released earlier this year by the young artist, Alaina Castillo, titled, ‘just a boy’, telling the soft story of her inner thoughts surrounding her trust issues with the boy in her life…

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This Fall’s Anthem

Erykah Badu is a certified legend in all senses of the word. She is an empathic artist who has changed the game for all to follow. Rising to stardom in the mid nineties, her pure talent of both singing and songwriting separated her R&B, neo-soul hits from her peers, and she is still creating to this day. One of my most favorite masterpieces of her’s is the mix tape she released in 2015, ‘But You Caint Use My Phone’…

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Listen and Learn

As the start of the new collegiate year begins, students nationwide are being introduced to a new group of friends, colleagues, and people in general. It is no doubt that this time of life is like nothing before, and for students who are just…

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2020 New Release Highlight: Billie Eilish

My favorite single to come out this year was without a doubt from Billie Eilish titled, ‘My Future’. Not only is the melody and arrangement such an easy listen, but the lyrics are what make this song so special to me. She has a sense of candor that lets the listener in as she sings about how she is hopeful about the future…

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Adventure Outlet

In the beginning of quarantine, the announcement of the coronavirus was commonly misinterpreted as just an extended vacation, as the only information anyone received was that we were getting an extra week of spring…

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