Audio Philes: songs for Thanksgiving

Lady Lamb, Ezra Bell and Motherfolk are family folk favorites. But maybe you want something more … energetic.

| Staff Writer

A ranking of the tracks on Taylor Swift’s newest album ‘Reputation’

Taylor Swift released her newest album, “Reputation,” Nov. 9, two days earlier than expected.

Leah Hardgrove | Contributing Writer

Getting the most for your money with Spotify Premium

Spotify Premium has helped me grow a lot as a music listener.

| Staff Writer

No instruments, no problem: A cappella groups shine at concert

A capella groups descended on the 560 Music Center Friday night. Here’s a taste of what you missed and when you can catch the Stereotypes, Pikers and others next.

Ali Gold | Senior Cadenza Editor

What it means when your favorite band falls from grace

With “Everything Now,” Arcade Fire tried and failed to be edgy in a frankly embarrassing way.

| Staff Writer

Going beyond: How to discover new music in 2017

The economic barrier posed by Spotify and related services prevents potentially successful bands from ever reaching listeners. Enter Soundcloud and Bandcamp

| Managing Editor

A comprehensive ranking of all 55 songs on my Spotify Time Capsule playlist

Spotify’s Time Capsule had the gall to put 55 songs in front of my face that are supposed to make me nostalgic and by god, did it work.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Ezra Bell: The best indie folk band you’ve never heard of

The first time I heard Ezra Bell was completely by chance. The strings, piano, horn and vocals came together in an eerie and stunning way to create a unique sound that has stuck with me ever since.

| Staff Writer

Artists’ showcase: A look at Post Malone’s musical career

Hailing from Grapevine, Tx., Post Malone is one of the newest sensations in modern music.

Steven Yang | Contributing Writer

Musical events to help clear up your post-LouFest blues

Now, all of the grass in the general vicinity of LouFest has been suitably trampled, students have successfully caught up on all the homework they put off and fabric wristbands everywhere, hanging by a thread, have finally fallen off—so you must be hankering for a new show to attend.

| Managing Editor