Music derided as “basic” is often that which celebrates the resilience and power of women while challenging the existing culture intent on devaluing them, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
Pitzer alum and rapper J. Lately talks to TSL about his album “Winnebago,” his time at the 5Cs, personal freedom and following your passions.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’22 explores the fluidity of TNIGHT’s sound in their latest releases and what it means for EDM.
The Claremont Colleges’ production of “Pippin,” directed by Tim Dang, takes a classic musical production about a young man who tries to find meaning in his life and adds an anime hip-hop twist.
YBN Cordae released two music videos for his new song, bringing up the question of how important visual artistry is to enjoying music.
Reality television is terrible. Yet, the worse the show is, somehow the more fun it is to watch. “Marriage Boot Camp” isn’t one of those shows.
You could have replaced my brainstem with a celery stick last summer and not have noticed an appreciable difference in my behavior. Stuck in a weird kind of stasis, I wasn’t doing much aside from eating my mom’s leftovers and mindlessly slaughtering Bokoblins in “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of
Malibu Ken is a new hip-hop duo, consisting of rapper Aesop Rock and electronic musician Tobacco. In their eponymous debut album, the two work surprisingly well together. Credited as one of the most verbose MC’s of modern-day hip hop, Rock mixes clever, poetic rhymes with intentionally emotional vocals, while Tobacco
Kendrick Lamar’s music pumped through tapping feet on the floor of the Motley Coffeehouse, spilling out of the whispered lyrics nearly everyone’s lips knew by heart. “At its essence, hip hop music is meant to educate and meant to give people an outlet they wouldn’t ordinarily have,” said Vani Dewan