Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 dives into the world of “drainers” — fans of the music collective Drain Gang — explaining trends among fans and why the group has such a hold on so many people.
A new student band on campus, Drive Thru Therapy has found inspiration and restoration in Phoebe Bridgers, fast food and casual jam sessions.
Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 explains how “Chloë and the Next 20th Century” is not only a sonically dazzling album, but also a turning point for Father John Misty.
“The Conference of the Birds” transported audiences across time and space with modern dancing and music set to the 12th century Sufi poem on March 27 and 28 at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater.
Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 explores the importance of listening to queer musicians, highlighting five queer artists and love songs to listen to.
Mitski’s thoughtful, passionate artistry in her March 3 performance far surpassed the expectations of music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24.
The recent treatment of singer-songwriter Mitski by her fans has illuminated how the way we consume art in the digital age could be harmful to both artist and the audience, argues Nikki Smith SC ‘25.
“One Twice Melody” exemplifies the brilliance of Beach House by blending experimentation and consistency, writes music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Improvisation and camaraderie are at the heart of Tea Rooom, the 5Cs’ newest band that’s committed to not taking themselves too seriously.
As the streaming era of music emerges, Black indie artists are finally getting the recognition they deserve, argues music columnist Nick Black PO ’24.