Tag: Music

The Weekly List: The Middle

The Weekly List: The Middle

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10/08/2019

Hello, all! It’s (unfortunately) midterm season, so here’s a playlist of bangers to get you through your study sessions. We’re also in the fall season, which means 2019 is almost over–can you believe we’re approaching the second decade of the twenty-first century? While you work on those assignments and prep for those exams, here are…

Critical Voices: <i>III</i>, The Lumineers

Critical Voices: III, The Lumineers

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10/04/2019

Meditative at times and raw at others, the Lumineers’ minimalistically-titled third studio album III is perhaps the band’s most cohesive narrative in record form. Told in three chapters, III painstakingly crafts a story about family addiction, all the while maintaining their sonic signature. Audiences should expect musical continuity between III and its discographic siblings, but…

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

Spotify Cosmic Playlist Takes

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10/01/2019

Spotify always seems to have a playlist for everything. Recently, they partnered with astrologist Chani Nicholas to make personalized playlists for all 12 star signs. Halftime writers set out to see if they found their energies captured, their vibes felt, and their auras enhanced through music.  Panna (Capricorn): You probably think the Capricorn playlist is…

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, <i>Mirrorland</i>

Critical Voices: EARTHGANG, Mirrorland

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09/17/2019

As Revenge of the Dreamers III topped the Billboard charts over this past summer, Dreamville producers and rappers, EARTHGANG, took their talent back to the studio. On September 6th, EARTHGANG released their third studio album, Mirrorland (2019), effectively asserting themselves as one of the most talented new groups in Atlanta, Georgia. Originally gaining notoriety from…

A Leisurely Stroll Down Memory Lane

A Leisurely Stroll Down Memory Lane

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04/04/2019

For our 50th anniversary issue, we’ve selected a series of quotes from our leisure section in the last decade, some showing the significance of certain cultural moments, others displaying the more questionable snippets of the 2010s entertainment industry. *** Movies: The film industry was praised and criticized for the stories it decided to elevate and…

Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

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02/17/2019

Welcome to “Office Hours,” the Voice’s video series in which we invite talented student-musicians to come and serenade us in our office. Check out more of the series here.  Elizabeth Gleyzer (COL ’20) is from Tacoma, Washington, a fact easy to pick up on when listening to her set for the Voice: two of the songs she…

The Weekly List: Jazzing It Up!

The Weekly List: Jazzing It Up!

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01/28/2019

Jazz is genius. I’m currently reading a 254 page book called The Jazz of Physics (by Stephon Alexander), and the only reason I can begin to understand the complexities of John Coltrane’s improvisation is because of its comparison to quantum physics (which probably tells you a lot about me). Nerdiness aside, the one thing almost…

Louis the Child does not win crown at concert

Louis the Child does not win crown at concert

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01/24/2019

On the night of the first snowfall in Washington, DC, dozens of colorfully underdressed audience members, most with large, ugly, green stamps on the back of their hands, waited in line outside The 9:30 Club for Louis the Child’s performance on Thursday, Nov.15. Chicago based DJ Dup Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren’s electronic music has…

<i>Some Rap Songs</i> – Hope Amidst Grief

Some Rap Songs – Hope Amidst Grief

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01/15/2019

I listened to Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris (2013) for the first time during my junior year of high school. I had just moved from the coast of South Texas to Arizona. I was about two months into the school year and living in a bedroom with my younger brother, doing marching band in triple-digit weather four…

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

The Weekly List: Witchy Business

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10/30/2018

The idea of outspoken, unusual women as “witches” is a concept that can be traced back long before Salem, but I like to associate 21st century witchcraft with more of an unashamed expression of a woman’s identity, rather than black cats and evil spells. This week, I thought I’d play Devil’s Advocate (literally) and introduce…

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