Trombone Studio Recital Showcases Oakland University Students’ Talents

Trombone Studio Recital Showcases Oakland University Students’ Talents

Oakland University School of Music, Theater and Dance trombone students took to the Varner Recital Hall stage on Nov. 6 to give a performance of their semester’s work so far. Austin DeDalis, Joshua Tobias, Tristan Hughes and Scott Voytush provided Oakland University students and community members an hour long performance.  The four students were accompanied … Read More

The Ultimate 2017 Summer Playlist

The Ultimate 2017 Summer Playlist

2017 has provided nothing but great music so far, this summer including. It feels like every week another amazing and catchy song is topping the charts, radio play and all over your friends playlists. And now that we’re about to enter into the main parts of summer, music is competing for the title “Song of … Read More

AfriCali Releases Newest Single, “You Don’t Love Him Quite Like You Love Me”

AfriCali Releases Newest Single, “You Don’t Love Him Quite Like You Love Me”

The California based band AfriCali blend together soulful rock, blues, heavy rhythms, and 1970s Ethiopian percussion, all topped off with a coastal-psych feeling. One of the most interesting and unique things about AfriCali is the importance and focus on all the instrumentation as well as the vocals. The band breaks the familiar verse-chorus format of … Read More

My Favorite Moments from 2016

My Favorite Moments from 2016

We can all agree that 2016 was a pretty crappy year for almost everyone. Nothing went right, Donald Trump was elected president, and Harambe died. Tragic. And, while this was all happening, we can say, there had to be some good moments that happened over the course of this year. I wrote a post recapping … Read More

My 2016 in Music

My 2016 in Music

We can all agree that 2016 was probably the worst year the Earth has ever seen. Seemingly everything went wrong, way to many icons died, and Donald Trump was elected to round it all out. But, 2016 brought along some amazing music. There was no new One Direction album but I think I can live. Spotify … Read More

November 2016 Playlist

November 2016 Playlist

Besides the AMAs, DNCE and Little Mix releasing bomb albums, and falling in love with music from before I was born, November was pretty uneventful for me. As finals are approaching, I had playslist after playlist always on to keep me motivated. Thank god for Calum Hood’s Spotify for rememding me how much I love old punk … Read More

Troye Sivan’s Suburbia Tour – Detroit

Troye Sivan’s Suburbia Tour – Detroit

Troye Sivan is probably one of my favorite people to watch preform live. After seeing him preform at The House of Blues in Chicago (which you can read about here), I knew I just had to see him love again. Troye’s performance that I saw last February, absolutely amazing. If you haven’t seen Troye preform … Read More

October 2016 Playlist

October 2016 Playlist

October was one of those long months where I had a lot to do, but got about nothing done. As you might know, music is the thing that keeps me going no matter what I’m doing. My 4am studying motivation. to my 3pm I should run playlist. Music is the one thing that constant in … Read More

Alessia Cara’s Know It All PT.2 Tour Detroit

Alessia Cara’s Know It All PT.2 Tour Detroit

Thursday October 6th, Alessia Cara graced all of Detroit with here amazing talent. I didn’t have many expectations for the concert, I didn’t even know who the opening acts were but it ended up being such an amazing concert and I’m so glad I went! For getting there only an hour before doors opened, we … Read More

Sit Still Look Pretty – Daya Album Review

Sit Still Look Pretty – Daya Album Review

I’ve fallen in love with Daya as an artist, and her debut album only helped that new found love. Daya is only 17 and just released an amazing pop album. I wish I has that kind of talent and success this young! I fell in love with Daya after the first time I heard Hide … Read More