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Bona Fide: “Flower Boy”

Bona Fide: “Flower Boy”

By Josh Margherita, Eureka High School

May 18, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Well folks, it’s a slow release week for music and with those weeks come my reviews of modern-day classics in which I explain to you why these albums will stand the test of time. For my first modern-day classic, I will be reviewing Tyler, the Creator’s “Flower Boy,” (2017) a deep cut into...

Sharlie, others play basement show

Sharlie, others play basement show

By Jackson Croy, Ballard High School

November 27, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Junior Avery Davis rings the doorbell of the small U-District house. Eiseley Reavis, a sophomore at Roosevelt who has volunteered his house up for the show tonight, opens the door and welcomes us inside. The walls are littered with various bills from School of Rock, the music school Reavis attends....

Around Sound Podcast

Around Sound Podcast

By Regina Trejo, Regina Dominican High School

November 10, 2015


Filed under Audio, Multimedia, Music

Flaming Lips poorly modernize classic album

Flaming Lips poorly modernize classic album

By Helen Wheatley, St. Teresa's Academy

September 23, 2015


Filed under Music, Opinions

As the era of rock and roll quickly approached in the fifties and sixties, young people began to think of these new sounds as “music for us, not our parents.” The most influential band of the time was The Beatles, pushing boundaries as they spread a colossal wave of the gospel of love and electric...

An adventure in listening

An adventure in listening

By Catherine Hathaway

May 15, 2015


Filed under Music, Showcase

Walk into Good Records, and you’re greeted by an environment unlike any other. The feeling of the room is mellow and serene, the racks are lined with colored bulbs and the listening stations are clean and colored like something out of the 70’s. Aesthetics aside, what goes on behind the scenes at...

Singer-songwriter performs in pajamas

Singer-songwriter performs in pajamas

By Zoe Gray

May 8, 2015


Filed under Music

The lights are dim and ambient in the intimate room she has chosen for her stage. The audience hushes as the musician, clad only in pajamas, slippers, and her trademark bedhead, strikes her first chord. They are all in The Labyrinth, one of the cruise ship’s cozier musical venues, and they are listening...

Three Days Grace showcases new talent on fifth album

Three Days Grace showcases new talent on fifth album

By Chase Charaba

April 20, 2015


Filed under Music, Opinions

Rock group Three Days Grace released their fifth studio album, Human, March 31 to stores everywhere and for digital download. The album is the first with new vocalist Matt Walst, following the departure of Adam Gontier in 2014 to pursue a solo career. Matt Walst, who rose to fame as the vocalist of band ...

Senior Luepke leaves children ‘Frozen’ with delight

Senior Luepke leaves children ‘Frozen’ with delight

By Mackenzie Lee

March 12, 2015


Filed under Movies, Music

With spring weather right around the corner, it seems that "Elsa’s" reign of terror consisting of snow and ice storms is finally drawing to a close. Although the winter weather is ending, Elsa – star of Disney’s Frozen – is far from gone. In fact, you can find her walking down the hallway right he...