Browse By

Category Archives: Noise

The quintessential emo anthem

ANGSTIEST EMO SONG From the iconic first piano note to the fading snare drum outro, “Welcome to the Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance is the quintessential emo anthem. The emo subculture is derived from elements of the goth and punk movements. However, the melodramatic,

Songs that will never go out of style

THESE TRACKS ARE FOREVER YOUNG Some songs are only popular for a few months or, if they’re lucky, a few years. While some of the fleeting songs are fun for a casual listen, it is easy to turn the radio to a different station and

Most talked about single

FRANK OCEAN MAKES THE TRACK Every once in a while, a song will take over the radio, Spotify, and Youtube and become the biggest new hit. This year, that track was “Slide” by Calvin Harris, featuring Frank Ocean and Migos. The single, released in February

Flyest festival to premier

BIG NAMES TO COME TO MILE HIGH CITY The same team responsible for putting on Bonnaroo and Outside Lands Music Festival has just chosen Denver as the newest location for their next venture. Is it fair to label this as Colorado’s best new festival before

Best and worst breakout artists of the year

Billie Eilish | A bright new star The year 2017 brought an influx of musical artists and new music content that has made the industry more competitive than ever. This year, artists have emerged in the industry with originality and creativity, so the bar to bring

Silent discos are a trend on the rise

WHAT IS THE FASCINATION BEHIND SILENT DISCOS? Imagine a room full of dancing bodies, jumping and smiling late into the night, while a DJ is in the front of the venue providing the atmosphere. Instead of the live music being sent through loud speakers, it

Five underrated music documentaries

THE DOCUMENTARIES NO ONE HAS HEARD OF Celebrities and musicians lend themselves to voyeurism; that is not to say that it is a negative thing, since it gives viewers an insight into parts of idol’s lives they may have not known. Documentaries humanize pop culture

Yung Lean | Stranger: Album Review

Artist: Yung Lean Album: Stranger Release Date: Nov. 10th Yung Lean is the 21-year-old rapper from Stockholm that gained attention at the age of 16 for his hypnotic, monolithic, and space-age-infused music. He cultivated the internet movement known as the “sadboys” and has released his

Health & NoLife | Hard to be a God: Single Review

Artist: Health & NoLife Single: Hard to be a God Release Date: 2017 With the artistic minds of both HEALTH and NOLIFE, the ever-wavering broodiness of both parties have been brought together in “Hard To Be A God.” Haunting lyrics echo over the calloused and