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Quinn XCII releases “Change of Scenery II” almost six years after EP

Elisa D’Egidio, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

On Mar. 5, Mikael Temrowski, known by his stage name, Quinn XCII, released his highly-anticipated album, “Change of Scenery II.” Fans were instantly entranced by the singer’s 12-track album in...

Bobby Shmurda is back!

Eldrick Greenaway, Contributing Writer February 24, 2021

This single event created joy for not only New Yorkers but for hip pop and rap fans around the world. Brooklyn native, Ackquille Pollard, known under his rap moniker as Bobby Shmurda, is free at last! Prior...

People don't like Sia's new movie, here's why

People don’t like Sia’s new movie, here’s why

Shaylen Stancil, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Award-winning singer and songwriter Sia is trying to make a name for herself in the film industry. Sia’s first film, “Music,” which she wrote and directed, was released on Feb. 10, and the response...

How has COVID-19 has affected musicians, and has all been negative?

How has COVID-19 has affected musicians, and has all been negative?

Cameron Hailey, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

With limited sponsorships and record deals, the music industry and rising artists have been hit hard by the pandemic. Concerts were some of the first events to be canceled worldwide when the pandemic began,...

Rico Nasty’s Livestream Performance

Rico Nasty’s Livestream Performance

Andrea Alverca, Contributing Writer October 26, 2020

Andrea Alverca On Oct.14, the Student Committee of Programming Events (SCOPE) worked with Looped to conduct a virtual concert featuring Rico Nasty, an up and coming artist. Undergraduate students could...

Ava Max releases “Heaven and Hell”

Ava Max releases “Heaven and Hell”

Lyndsay Miller, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

On Sept. 18, Ava Max finally released her long-awaited album, “Heaven & Hell.” The album lives up to its name, as Max incorporates a combination of light, energetic songs with ones that take on...

The future of concerts

Kareme Ray, Contributing Writer September 28, 2020

Not too long ago, concert-going was a little more than a typical pastime for music enthusiasts. One might check out the venue before going to find parking or the best route from the train station, but...

Ambient – Music for Patience and Meditation

Ambient – Music for Patience and Meditation

Ken Fabian, Contributing Writer April 23, 2020

In a time where everything feels still and overwhelming at the same time, finding a quiet place mentally can be a struggle. Whether for meditation, sleep, or studying, ambient music can help bring it all...

Lady Gaga Begins the Chromatica Era with Single, “Stupid Love”

Lady Gaga Begins the Chromatica Era with Single, “Stupid Love”

Kayla Mutchler, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

After three years without releasing a single, Lady Gaga is back with her new song, “Stupid Love,” released on Feb. 28. This is the first single from her upcoming sixth album, “Chromatica.” Gaga...

Justin Bieber Drops the Ultimate Love Album with

Justin Bieber Drops the Ultimate Love Album with “Changes”

Majelique Lewis, Contributing Writer March 11, 2020

After a lengthy hiatus, Justin Bieber dropped his fifth studio album “Changes” on Valentine’s Day. According to Billboard, the album was inspired by his super-model wife, Hailey Baldwin. "This...

K-Pop group BTS canceled concert dates in South Korea due to coronavirus.

Coronavirus Slams the Entertainment Industry

Jada Clarke , Contributing Writer March 11, 2020

Along with interruptions in education abroad, bans on travel in certain countries, the coronavirus virus has affected the entertainment industry with postponed concerts, conventions, and movie releases. The...

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Black History Month Playlist

Jada Clarke, Contributing Writer February 22, 2020

This playlist is all about Black History Month. We are traveling through the decades of classic black artists to see how far we’ve come in music. This diverse playlist displays a variety of music for...

Billie Eilish at Governor's Ball Music Festival.

Billie Eilish’s Success

Andrea Alverca, Contributing Writer February 22, 2020

When she was 17, Billie Eilish accomplished what takes most pop years: written songs that are no.1 on various charts, and selling out concerts. She also appeared on talk shows with Ellen DeGeneres and...

Valentine's Day Playlist: Made for U.N.H.

Valentine’s Day Playlist: Made for U.N.H.

Jada Clarke, Contributing Writer February 12, 2020

Welcome to Made for U.N.H! Valentine’s Day is around the corner and sometimes you need a new playlist. This playlist can be used to express your love to your significant other or to rant about an previous...

Danny Brown Performs at Toad’s Place

Danny Brown Performs at Toad’s Place

Dominic Robucci , Contributing Writer December 17, 2019

On , Nov. 17, hip-hop artist Danny Brown performed at Toad’s Place in New Haven during his uknowhatimsayin¿ Tour. Danny Brown, who is from Detroit, first gained popularity in hip hop circles...

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