With Prom King, 2010, Seattle University’s Christopher Schaap is Destined for Greatness

(Photo via Facebook) “While I was studying abroad, I went to this wall in Prague where people can write things on it, and I thought it’d be funny to write ‘Prom King, 2010’ on it since I was being an obnoxious American, and was actually chosen as my high school’s prom king back in 2010. … Continue reading With Prom King, 2010, Seattle University’s Christopher Schaap is Destined for Greatness

It’s (Sandy) Alex G: Interviewing the Philadelphia Star

There are few artists out there that capture my attention like Alex G. Please don’t look him up on YouTube; you’ll get a pop-cover sensation. Instead, lookup “(Sandy) Alex G” on Bandcamp or Spotify, and you’ll find an enormous arrangement of incredibly innovative recordings done by this Philly-raised songwriter, named Alex Giannascoli off-stage. The product … Continue reading It’s (Sandy) Alex G: Interviewing the Philadelphia Star

Get Over Yourself and Enjoy This Beautiful Thing: A Review of Sasquatch 2017

[Photo by Julia Olson] I didn't think this year’s Sasquatch was going to be good. There it is. It’s on the table, no sugar coating. I didn't think the lineup was great, and I personally knew quite a few people boycotting the festival. I just couldn't quite shake the shock of seeing Twenty One Pilots, … Continue reading Get Over Yourself and Enjoy This Beautiful Thing: A Review of Sasquatch 2017

Big Day in a Big Town: Brandy Clark & Charlie Worsham Ride into Tractor Tavern

Country music has always had a pretty rough reputation; that is, to most, it’s all about dogs dying, hunting, fishing, and tractors (…). The genre has its fair share of critics—myself included—because of the content that so many artists distribute to the world. But, with every cliché-driven song and album released by so many similar-sounding … Continue reading Big Day in a Big Town: Brandy Clark & Charlie Worsham Ride into Tractor Tavern