Q&A: Daye Jack Is Hip-Hop’s Next Big Thing

There are endless ways to apply a computer science degree, but kick-starting your music career and getting signed by the venerable Max Martin (who’s produced music for names like Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande)...

Pharrell Williams is elusive campus icon

Ebru Yildiz Pharrell Williams joined Clive Davis Institute professor Jason King at Town Hall on Monday in a career retrospective discussion hosted by NPR’s R&B initiative. The event was open exclusively to Tisch students, faculty...

TKTK Sessions: The Misters

WSN: So how’d you guys get started? Michael Nitting: We were on Tinder...no I’m kidding. Me and Greg lived in Third North last year, we were just randomly paired up. I sat him down one...

Female Rockers’ Fight for Equality in a Male-Dominated Arena

Female-driven indie acts have made strides online in recent years, gaining popularity on platforms such as Tumblr and Bandcamp. Artists such as Cyberbully Mom Club and Frankie Cosmos have risen to popularity by means...

The Undeniable Versatility of Morgan Keller

Steinhardt sophomore Morgan Keller captivated audiences with her acoustic set on Saturday night at The Bitter End — an iconic music venue on Bleecker Street. Demonstrating undeniable versatility, Keller played a mixed bag of...

What We’re Listening To: Instrumentals

Here's a compilation of some smooth, groovy instrumentals. Enjoy an hour of music without words! Email Gilchrist Green at [email protected]

Trip on This ‘Sweet Disaster’

To sum up DREAMERS’ new music video for its track “Sweet Disaster” in a sentence: two dudes having a hallucinogenic lightsaber fight with a pair of floppy Slim Jims. The music is building and...

Jackie Paladino — The Therapy in Songwriting

From training to become a classical pianist to working with Grammy-nominated producer Ill Factor, Tisch sophomore Jackie Paladino has quite a distinguished musical career. She balances her musical theater major and acting gigs with...

Shura Celebrates All Kinds of Love at Music Hall of Williamsburg

In a sea of flashing multicolor lights and vigorously dancing bodies, English singer-songwriter Shura fashioned a highly energetic and atmospheric concert experience for the last show of her North American “forevher” album tour.  Through...

Being Indie: Dublin’s Orla Gartland on Cutting Through the Noise

The label ‘indie’ is a misnomer — while it implies freedom, the modern indie artist must constantly adapt and deliver in an era of unprecedented change in the music industry. However, these constraints are...

Gallery: OK Go performs at the Bowery Ballroom on September 20th

At the Bowery Ballroom on Saturday night, an anxious crowd waited almost an hour after the scheduled show time for OK Go to emerge onstage. Suddenly, a curtain encircling the stage was lit by...

The Weeknd Is Back and Badder Than Ever

After months of teasing, an Instagram hiatus and making his fans wait with bated breath through a two-hour radio show, The Weeknd finally dropped two new singles last week. The elusive rhythm and blues...
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