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Tompkins Choir Announced as 2019 TMEA Convention’s Honor Choir

May 23, 2018 5:32pm | Drew Van Chau

The Tompkins Chorale Choir was selected as the 2019 TMEA Convention’s Honor Choir, effectively recognizing the choir as the best in the state. The honors choir is selected through multiple blind auditions where two years worth of recordings are submitted and reviews. Next February the […]

Sanders’ Folk Project

April 11, 2018 2:24pm | Roque Techera

They strum away at a moderate tempo and a harmony filled melody in a bar late at night. As the minutes go by, time encircles the room with their passion-filled song. The crowd grooves along and enjoys the lively composition of this small, local, folk […]

Partners in Mathematics and Science: A Theatrical Performance

January 31, 2018 3:39pm | Drew Van Chau

Students are piling into the PAC. Rows upon rows of seats are filled as more students stream in. A low murmur of chatter reverberates around the padded room as students begin to become rowdy in their wait for their show to begin. As the last […]

Jingle All The Way With the Band

December 8, 2017 4:19pm | Drew Van Chau

While sitting at home, a sudden sound begins to leak in from outside. A gentle beat, but it’s growing louder, slowly building on itself. Then, a gentle, methodical humming is introduced to the beat, and they both continue to grow. Peeking through the blinds, there’s […]

More Life Album Review

April 3, 2017 3:06pm | Maddie Fossitt

Drake is one of the music industry’s most prolific superstars. He has dropped four full-length projects in the past two years, and classifying his music is getting more and more difficult. When he released If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late in 2015, he called […]

Long Live Vinyl

March 27, 2017 3:09pm | Nathan Vidal

Music in human culture is about as ubiquitous as language and as old as humans themselves. Yet only has it recently gained a medium of storage. From wax tubes to cassette tapes, even optical media that utilizes laser beams to read data, there has been […]

Black is the New Black

December 1, 2016 4:09pm | Alexis Garcia

English metal core band Asking Alexandria rocked their way into Houston with the continuation of their 10 Years in Black Tour at Warehouse Live in downtown Houston on Friday, Nov. 25. Celebrating 10 years as a band, they reminisced by performing their hits on all […]

Album Review – Starboy by The Weeknd

November 30, 2016 3:55pm | Maddie Fossitt

When The Weeknd first emerged from the shadows in 2012, stardom didn’t seem possible for this angsty underdog. The stories he told were not the words of a pop star, and the world he crafted didn’t resemble a Disney palace. On his last album Beauty […]

Progression Of Tunes Through Time

November 15, 2016 3:54pm | Andrew Van Chau

Rise with the Phoenix

November 11, 2016 4:14pm | Kylie Wakulat

Olivia Holt comes to Houston to deliver and she succeeds. On Friday, Nov. 4, Holt kicked off her ‘Rise of the Phoenix Tour’ at Warehouse Live in downtown Houston. Performing songs from her new EP, Olivia, and old albums, she took the audience’s attention and […]