Hidden gems: exploring underrated indie artists you need to know June 5, 2023 — by Michelle Wan I know we have all experienced this feeling before: A once beloved playlist becomes bland and boring as it slowly falls to the bottom of your music library. Sometimes all a dead playlist needs is a few gems to revamp your interest in them, especially after playing the same artists over and over. It may […] read more » Seniors to pursue music at prestigious universities June 1, 2023 — by Zachary Zinman Entranced by the sound of Joel Kim’s cello feature, audience members could not let their eyes off of the performance on the evening of March 11, 2022. As his hands moved gracefully on the neck of the cello, Joel jerked his head dramatically to the accented rhythms of “Schelomo,” composed by Ernest Bloch. He used […] read more » Morgan Wallen’s album ‘One Thing at a Time’ captures dynamic emotions and pays homage to family May 24, 2023 — by Meher Bhatnagar With his new album “One Thing at a Time,” American country singer Morgan Wallen has achieved groundbreaking commercial success. His songs have remained at the top of the Billboard charts for 8 weeks since the album’s release on March 3. “One Thing at a Time” is his second consecutive U.S. No. 1 album, marking the […] read more » Metal is the best study music May 30, 2022 — by Aiden Ye To all those who scoff at listening to metal as study music, give it a try before writing it off. It really is good at blocking out parental conversations or other distractions.For me, studying requires peace. Without the luxury of noise-canceling headphones, it’s nearly impossible to focus for my upcoming calculus exam when my parents […] read more » Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.