Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’ shows off her stunning vocals, writing ability

Though it has noticeable flaws, “thank u, next” is a truly brilliant album that only reinforces Grande’s star power.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

Watsky to bring current tour to the Ready Room Feb. 20

Watsky has released four studio albums, an essay collection titled “How to Run Everything” and continues to tour performing his music and spoken-word poetry.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

‘Stuffed & Ready’ is the best kind of exhausting album

After releasing “Wasted Nun” and “Daddi,” a surreal and jamming yet kinky lead single, “Stuffed & Ready” follows through on the quality I expect from a Cherry Glazerr album.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Student band Chiller Whale makes debut performance

Chiller Whale is hoping to take another step outside of performing to begin the recording process in the spring.

Quincy Schmechel | Contributing Writer

The 61st Grammy Award nominations: Snubs, surprises and stars

Don’t know anything about the Grammys this year? Feeling left out? Check out our roundup of some of the most contested nominations!

Leah Hardgrove | Staff Writer

CS40 rebrands Battle of the Bands as Battle of the Jams

The renaming of Battle of the Bands to Battle of the James reflects increasing diversification of the student acts that will perform.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

A cappella groups as told by their setlists: Reverb

As told by their set list, Reverb came onto the scene with a bang.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

A cappella groups as told by their setlists: The Ghostlights

The Ghostlights, Washington University’s musical theater and soundtrack a cappella group, hosted their fall concert “Trivia Night” Nov. 30.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

KWUR kicks off annual fundraising event Hustle Week

KWUR, Washington University’s independent radio station, kicked off its annual Hustle Week fundraising event this past Monday, featuring events including a DJ showcase, performances by local bands and an all-night broadcast.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Writer

Passion and persistence: Aussie band The Faim on first US tour

The Faim is coming to Fubar in St. Louis this Saturday, Nov. 17, performing with Hands like Houses, Emarosa, Devour the Day and Arlington. In advance of this show, Student Life caught up with keyboardist and bassist Stephen Beerkens.

Jonah Goldberg | Contributing Writer