Zolita, chrysalis and members of Razor Braids – all musicians who identify with the LGBTQ+ community – discussed the impact their identity has on their music and career goals in exclusive interviews with Managing News Editors Risha Inaganti and Tabitha Reeves.
Co-Managing News Editors, Tabitha Reeves and Risha Inaganti, sit down with underground, Boston-native bands to hear their experience performing at Boston Calling Music Festival. They share personal aspirations, as well as advice for other up-and-coming artists.
Declan McKenna, known for his upbeat tunes and complex lyrics, explained what goes into his songwriting process, where he gathers inspiration and the art of activism through music in an exclusive interview with Co-Managing News Editors Tabitha Reeves and Risha Inaganti.
On The Green between Amy E. DuPont Music Building and the Roselle Center for the Arts, there will be a free concert from New Music Delaware on May 13 at 5:30 p.m. John Luther Adams’ “Ten Thousand Birds” explores the various sounds of nature, utilizing a unique and stylistic approach. Assistant Professor of Music Miles Brown shared how this performance came to be.
On March 25, two university a cappella groups, Vocal Point and MelUDees, performed at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Semifinals event for the Mid-Atlantic region against eight other a cappella groups on the East Coast. Nicholas Quintana of Vocal Point and Sydney Levine of MelUDees shared how their groups have prepared and how they’re feeling about the event.
Though the app is skyrocketing in popularity among young people, TikTok is becoming increasingly unpopular among lawmakers and some college campuses, with bans on TikTok on government devices and campus Wi-Fi networks. Editor-in-Chief Tara Lennon analyzes why and how TikTok is being banned, and if university students need to reconsider their use of this addicting app.
On Feb. 19, in honor of Black History Month, the Choir School of Delaware in collaboration with Delaware Humanities performed their annual Black History Month Concert. The event included arrangements from Rollo Dilworth and Zanaida Robles and a panel discussion.
This year's fall concert headliner Flo Rida took the stage with opening act DJ Amaze on Nov. 17. The concert, hosted by The Crew, took place at the Bob Carpenter Center at 8 p.m. Photographers Audrey Tong and Larissa Heather document the event.
Boubacar Ndiaye, a traveling griot, came to the university with his musical accompanists to perform “Voyage without a Visa,” a concert that blends stories of childhood in Senegal with the hope and disillusion of migration to Europe.
Musicians, such as The Head and The Heart and The Brook & The Bluff, talk inspiration and share their views on their rise to fame. Between finding the perfect band name to developing a unique style, the advice they give encapsulates how to become a musician.
The Firefly Music Festival brought a number of indie artists together, each with their own unique approach to the genre. The 502s, The Head And The Heart, Matt Maeson, The Brook & The Bluff and Dayglow came to Firefly to perform their most-loved tunes and share what makes their style of music special to them.
Staff reporters Tabitha Reeves and Risha Inaganti captured photos at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE, this past weekend. The festival entertained concert-goers, from live music performances to food stands and chill hangout spots.
Indie artist Dayglow speaks about his upcoming music and reveals what his ideal day looks like. His performance at Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware embodied his personality, leaving the audience with a cheerful impression of who Dayglow is. When not on tour or at events, Dayglow spends time doing what he loves most.