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The Sounds of Science

A s a lover of both the arts and science, the past few months have left me with a lot to nerd out over. From Tyler, the Creator producing the theme song for Bill Nye’s new Netflix series, to Pharrell having astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson as a guest on OTHERtone ; each collaboration between the […]

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Jessie Reyez : The Real Thing

The first time I heard about Jessie Reyez, the Canadian singer by way of Toronto singer, was ironically enough not through her music. A friend of mine had sent me a short film she created “Gatekeeper” that tackled misogyny and sexism in the music industry. In the short film, Jessie attends a studio session in […]

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Outside Lands Lineup: Hits and Misses

It’s official: the outside land’s lineup is released for the 3-day music festival (August 11-13th) in Golden Gate Park. With Coachella Weekend One coming to a close, here’s a list of which acts to get excited for or prepare to skip (depending on conflicting scheduling). Hits: 1.) The Who – A classic rock sound and legendary […]

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Famous by “Chance”? Let’s Talk Taylor Bennett

Most people aware of the rap industry know the “nicest rapper in the business” Chance the Rapper, whether that be his Acid Rap or Coloring Book, he’s become more and more of a household name. But have you heard of his brother Taylor Bennett, who’s also making a name for himself in the rap industry? […]

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Our Top Favorite Podcasts From Millennials Themselves

Podcasts are for millennials what radio was for generations of the past. A generation who grew up in the age of the internet simply could not accept the radio concept. millennials demand control and the podcast format delivers exactly that. With the concept of listening when you want is precisely what makes millennials love podcasts […]

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