Saturday, March 2, 2024


Album review: Drake’s “For All the Dogs” is for you too

Drake’s back at it again. With the release of yet another album, this time, it’s straight from “BARK Radio.” Staff Reporter Jake Harkey dives in to listen to all 23 tracks and gives his honest opinion on “the boy’s” latest release.

Playlist: Mosaic week six mix

Week six is all about getting your bearings together. This playlist by the Mosaic Staff illustrates the angsty highs and lows that compliment this journey.

Album review: Listening to “GUTS” is not a “bad idea right?”

Olivia Rodrigo’s long-awaited second album “GUTS” was released on Sept. 8. Associate Arts and Culture Editor Beth Wojciechowski listened to the album to find out once and for all whether “GUTS” lived up to the hype following “SOUR.”

“Red (Taylor’s Version):” New recording of songs that fans know all too well

I attended “The Red Tour” in 2013 and my love for the songs has only grown.

Playlist of the Week: Justice Issue edition

See what our staff has been listening to this week!

…And that’s a tough pill to swallow: Injury Reserve’s “By The Time I Get To Phoenix”

Where can I even begin by describing how complex this album is?

Kanye West breathes new life into his discography with “Donda”

“Donda,” originally announced for release in the summer of 2020, resurfaced in the news in a surprising fashion this June.

A sweet review of Olivia Rodrigo’s “SOUR”

She has proved, perhaps better than anyone ever has, that she is not just a Disney star, but a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

“Dancing with the Devil”: A docuseries on Demi Lovato’s overdose

In their new docuseries, Demi Lovato raises awareness about how recovery doesn’t always look the same for everyone and that exploring options and different paths is often the best way to figure out what works best for you.

New album, new sound: “ROADRUNNER”album review

BROCKHAMPTON has proven time and time again that they are a tour de force in the music industry.

Classical music reckons with its long history of white supremacy

Classical music’s bias towards white composers is largely owed to its theoretical framework which evaluates music on its whiteness.

Burning $1,000,000 dollars: Money and how it affects what you listen to

On August 23, 1994, British electronic band The KLF burned one million pounds sterling. Staff reporter Gershom Shahid explores the meaning behind the stunt and how it relates to the ways in which our music habits are shaped by money.

Q&A with Soundbwoy, Delaware-based songwriter and producer

Soundbwoy balances his Delaware roots with big aspirations.

Please please me: Celebrating 58 years since The Beatles’ debut

Every band has to start somewhere, but it is astonishing how much of an impact The Beatles had on music and society.