All posts tagged in playlist

  • April 4, 2020By Victorya Strong

    The 2000’s, a decade filled with beloved pop culture that most teens still idolize, has a seedy underbelly. It shows character beyond Brittany and Beyonce, and towards the rock-loving free spirits of that time. This music and genre is what I grew up on, and is what i’ll always turn to when i’m feeling down

  • November 12, 2019By Kaycee Wilson

    As the winter months make their way upon us, several things happen. For starters, the world gets darker a lot faster. The days are suddenly cut short as though with a pair of scissors and we are left in darkness fairly early. Second, the outside world grows colder. We finally put away our favorite summer

  • November 6, 2018By Irène Schrader

    Whether you are going through a tricky break-up or are hampered by an unhealthy partnership, upbeat songs with melancholic lyrics that don’t necessarily make you want to cry can be your best friend. Below is a compilation of songs you may not know that will help you dance to your heartbreak. 1. Lost Time –

  • July 1, 2018By Vana Rezian

    For the past month, I’ve found myself unable to go to sleep easily. This became a huge problem for me because I never had any problem with sleeping before. In fact, I used to be able to sleep until noon. After trying different ways to help me go to sleep, I found music to be

  • May 29, 2018By Irène Schrader

    Letting go of someone you love is one of the most painful feelings you will have to endure in your life. Thankfully, music exists as a powerful tool to help you digest your hurt. Below is a compilation of recent songs that definitely deserve a listen! 1. Yellow Days – The Way Things Change This

  • May 6, 2018By Krysten Sliwinski

    High school is a mind-numbing experience. What is considered to be “the best years of your life” is actually a mosh pit of crude and immature individuals, fast approaching deadlines, and courses that are without a doubt designed to make you fail. My senior year has by no means been an exception. However, here I am, my graduation

  • February 14, 2018By Samantha Merzel

    Red roses, chocolates, and extremely overpriced stuffed animals have dominated your local pharmacy store chain, which can only mean one thing: Valentine’s Day is here. Whether you will be stuffing your face with chocolates, serenading the posters on your wall or going on a date with your significant other this holiday, these songs will be creeping

  • January 20, 2018By Shermarie Hyppolite

    Recently, I have discovered such amazingly talented women and I cannot believe how much great music I have been missing out on. I have been needing more black women to listen to, so I was ecstatic to find St. Beauty! Atlanta natives Isis Valentino and Alex Belle make up the powerful R&B duo know as St.

  • April 19, 2017By Italie Penaloza

    Making playlists is great because you have all the songs you like in an organized, continuous play so you don’t have to skip to hear the songs you really want to, and you can easily play the ones that you’re feeling at the moment. Curating music to put in a playlist is equivalent to curating

  • April 10, 2017By China Tony

    There’s always ups and downs in life and sometimes there is nothing you can do but escape into a different world for a while. For me, books and music have always been my chosen Utopia. However, each book in my archive deserves an entire article to fully explain the wonders of it, so I’ll stick