2021 was a year of musical performance. Here are the albums that defined it.
Junior Luke Markinson releases a new song, “Tie Me Down,” about internalized homophobia and being constricted in a relationship.
WashU’s a cappella groups, The Mosaic Whispers and The Amateurs, take the stage with soulful classics and ‘out of this world’ talent.
Listening to music is difficult when concussed, but here are some tunes that won’t bother your brain.
Despite the rain, The Stereotypes’ concert displayed the spirit and resilience of WashU a cappella.
Washington University’s improv comedy K.A.R.L makes their debut post-pandemic performance, proving to be truly better than Trevor.
Dead and Company’s recent outdoor concert provided the perfect re-introduction to live music.
What started as a seemingly harmless term of women’s empowerment in the field of business has turned into a phrase facetiously used to describe a woman doing literally anything in the name of femininity.
With the return of Jazz at Holmes, Professor William Lenihan introduces a unique and historical twist to jazz through classical compositions.
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