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The Weekly List: Best of Fleetwood Mac

The Weekly List: Best of Fleetwood Mac

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04/10/2018

Since 1967, Fleetwood Mac has sold more than 100 million albums, been through 16 different band members, and done a lot of cocaine. The band’s legacy has assured them a place in pop cannon forever, but their rise to popularity was marked by bitter feuds and drug addiction. Female singers Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks…

The Weekly List: Jason Isbell Highlights

The Weekly List: Jason Isbell Highlights

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03/26/2018

At the age of 22, Jason Isbell joined the rock band The Drive-By Truckers, kickstarting an impressive country music career with the band. After dangerous habits including excessive drinking drove the Truckers to force him out, Isbell began an equally-worthy solo career. His independent albums, including Sirens of the Ditch and Southeastern reflect Isbell’s life,…

The Weekly List: Soundtracks to Take You Away

The Weekly List: Soundtracks to Take You Away

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03/20/2018

It’s midterm season, again. Some may be super on top of their work while others (me) may be procrastinating until unbearable pressure forces them to study. Sometimes, a healthy dose of escapism can keep you going, and movie soundtracks do just the trick. Here are some of my favorite soundtracks that take me back into…

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

The Weekly List: Lana Del Rey’s Hidden Gems

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03/14/2018

The stereotype of Lana Del Rey’s music is that it best fits emo young girls who are trying to be hipster and artsy. Yet, her discography hides many musically and lyrically complex pieces of art. From her oldest album Born to Die, to her most recent, Lust for Life, Del Rey has developed a unique sound…

The Weekly List: Pre-Valentine’s Day

The Weekly List: Pre-Valentine’s Day

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02/12/2018

Last year, I wrote an angst-filled playlist for the feelings you feel after V-Day. You’ve seen all your friends snapchats of their lovely dates with their signifs. You’ve watched a trashy romcom and cried yourself to sleep. But this year, I’ve decided to do something different. I’ve decided to make a playlist to get you…

Weekly List: A History of Halftime

Weekly List: A History of Halftime

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02/04/2018

On Sunday Feb. 4, the Philadelphia Eagles will play the New England Patriots at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota in the 52nd Super Bowl game. Justin Timberlake is scheduled to put on the halftime show—but how can he top Lady Gaga’s 2017 dive off of the NRG Stadium roof? Or Coldplay’s 2016 joint performance…

The Weekly List: Out For A Drive

The Weekly List: Out For A Drive

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01/30/2018

Whether it’s a quick drive within the vicinity or a longer trip on the highway, it is essential to have the right soundtrack for your adventures. Here are a couple of songs to amp up your mood on the road.   1.Vice ft. John Bellion: “Obsession” With a fresh beat and catchy tune, this song…

Weekly List: Festive

Weekly List: Festive

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01/16/2018

People look forward to the new year for many reasons: resolutions, a fresh start, the Rose Parade. But my excitement stems from one thing and one thing only: music festival lineups. You may respond to this with, “But Claire, you’ve never actually been to a music festival.” And to that I say, “Let me dream!!!”…

Weekly List: A Sufjan Stevens Christmas — Deep Cuts Edition

Weekly List: A Sufjan Stevens Christmas — Deep Cuts Edition

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12/11/2017

It’s the holiday season once again, and that means it’s high time to revisit one of Halftime’s (read: my) favorite Christmas albums. Sufjan Stevens’ one-hundred-song ode to the Christmas holiday is a wondrous and weird compilation of beloved classics and super original deep cuts. So for the third (and final) time, Halftime Presents: A Sufjan…

The Weekly List: Fly Eagles Fly

The Weekly List: Fly Eagles Fly

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11/13/2017

We are 10 weeks through the NFL season, and, to the surprise of many fans, the Philadelphia Eagles have the league’s best record at 8-1. These are exciting times for the Philadelphia faithful, who have real hope for a deep playoff run for the first time in years. So, without further ado, please join these…

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