Editor’s playlist: November favorites <3

by Nicole Cooper When I listen to music on Spotify, I usually just search for songs/artists that I already know about and love. I haven’t always used it to discover music, but lately I’ve been listening to the songs suggested for me by the app, or using the “Browse” tab to check out new releases.…

Playlist Friday: Nature in the City

By Allie McGlone This is my first semester of college, and I came to Boston from a small town in Northern Virginia. My neighborhood bordered on a forest stretching down to the Potomac River, and rocky trails led down to its edge. When life got overwhelming, I could run into the woods and climb down…

Playlist Friday: The Start

By Kyle Bray Since I am a freshman and this is the start of something new for myself. My playlist consists of the beginning of some of my personal favorite albums, either the opening song or the first two songs in certain cases because those songs should be together. The songs come from many different…

Playlist: What I’ve Been Vibin’

By Spencer Brown Last week I reviewed Tash Sultana and the Pierce Brothers. But recently I’ve also seen Kid Cudi, Noname and Mick Jenkins.  Inspired by these artists, this playlist includes music that I have listened and been introduced to since the beginning my freshman year of college. I have a very mixed taste in music from…

Playlist: Bloody Bacon

By Nola Elliffe This haunting Halloween playlist pays homage to horror movies old and new. Friday the 13th doesn’t have to be a bloody mess. It does, however, need an eerie horror movie playlist. You’ll be sure to recognize some of the lyrically inclined soundtrack staples spaced out between frightful instrumentals. Tracks from the Motion…

Playlist: Opening with a bang!

by Brendan Kane If not for a great opening track, many albums may never be given a fair chance by listeners. This is why the first track is the most important and often the best track on an album. This playlist is a collection of some great opening tracks from various artists and albums. 

Playlist: 90’s throwbacks

by Carissa Dunlap The 90s brought us much more than chokers, bomber jackets, Friends, and Leonardo DiCaprio. Some of the most iconic songs and musicians were brought to the masses during the 90s. And to this day, we can’t help but jam along. This Playlist Friday, I am throwing it back to the most popular…

Playlist: This is how you end an album

By Brendan Kane The last song on an album gives the artist or band one last opportunity to leave an impression on the listener. So, often times at the end of the album we’ll see the most epic or experimental track on the album. Here are few of the best closing tracks in music.