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New music Monday: Japanese Breakfast captures the essence of soft sounds

New music Monday: Japanese Breakfast captures the essence of soft sounds

Zoe Alvarez, New music Monday columnist

January 21, 2019

Filed under Reviews

A new year means more opportunities to discover new music. Start off your 2019 with Japanese Breakfast, a solo musical project by Michelle Zauner started in 2013 in Philadelphia. The band consists of Michelle Zauner (vocals, songwriter) and her accompanying band. I was first introduced to Japanese Brea...

New music Monday: Canadian band ‘Alvvays’ gives indie a spin on young love

New music Monday: Canadian band ‘Alvvays’ gives indie a spin on young love

December 10, 2018

Every so often we find the need to listen to new music. We find a dead end in our libraries and can’t find what we feel like listening to. Spice up your playlists with Alvvays, a 5-piece band formed in 2011 in Toronto, Canada. The band consists of Molly Rankin (vocalist), Brian Murphy (bass), Sh...

New music Monday: Day Wave has perfect mix of chords and notes

New music Monday: Day Wave has perfect mix of chords and notes

October 1, 2018

Discovering new music is a great way I like to expand my music repertoire. Let me introduce you to Day Wave. A one-member band from Oakland, California, the band features Jackson Phillips as lead singer with accompanying musicians for live performances. I began listening to Day Wave in the Februa...

New music Monday: Is The Wombats the perfect band for alternative music lovers?

New music Monday: Is The Wombats the perfect band for alternative music lovers?

August 24, 2018

If you are a music lover like I am, you will find that discovering new artists is a great way to get your hands on new music and expand your taste in music. Today I will introduce you to The Wombats. They are an alternative indie rock three-member band from Liverpool. The band consists of Matthew Murphy...

Musical Seoul: Say the name Seventeen!

Musical Seoul: Say the name Seventeen!

Mariene Sanchez, Musical Seoul Columnist

October 1, 2015

Filed under Reviews

Seventeen is a South Korean 13 membered boy group that debuted on May 26 under Pledis Entertainment with their nice and catchy song "Adore U," which talks about how they feel about this one girl; they’re madly in love with her “enough to get dizzy.” They’re constantly love-struck whenever she...

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