We discuss Chris Brown's upcoming 40-track double album called Heartbreak on a Full Moon, and the likelihood of its success.
We discuss Pitchfork's recent analysis of the diversity in music festivals and provide our own critique of their study.
We give you insight on the rising young quartet of siblings, The Walls Group, taking the gospel world by storm.
Summertime is here and you might be a bit unsure of what to do with all of your newfound free time. Check out our list of some great things that you can do to enhance your summer break!
Our Editor-in-Chief reflects on some of the musical losses of the past year, and how though they are painful, they should inspire us all to greatness. Check it out!
We discuss the multicultural Afropunk Festival and give a first-hand account of what it is like to attend this exciting event.
We tell you why it's okay (and probably beneficial) that you stayed in Boston for a summer semester. Check it out!
We review NYC brasshouse trio Too Many Zooz's stellar show at The Sinclair!
We interviewed The Young and the Restless Staff Writer—and Berklee Professor—Brad Hatfield to get his advice on licensing music and thriving in the industry.
We went to Public Safety's open meeting about arming its police officers to get you some answers to your questions and concerns.
We look at some of our favorite graduating seniors from Berklee's Class of 2017 and give you the scoop on the cool stuff they've been up to!
We all hate finals! Here are 10 things that we all go through to get through the worst week of the semester.
We interviewed Alex Waldin and Zak Leever of STFU about their exciting musical pursuits and taking on the New York EDM scene.
We give you the scoop on 4th semester student, John Michael Bradford's, debut album & why he's destined to be one of the most lauded trumpeters of his generation.
We discuss Christan Scott's latest release, Ruler Rebel, and how the revolutionary artist is redefining jazz.
We give you the scoop on one of the most historic dance company's in contemporary American dance history, and what they brought to Boston this past week.
Staff writer and Class of 2017 member Lily Lyons looks back on her time and Berklee, from what she loved to what she would do differently.
Our staff writers and editor in chief reveal how they feel about Ed Sheeran's chart-topping "Shape of You"
Check out some of the words of wisdom world renown film composer Howard Shore shared with Berklee students!
We take a look at Linkin Park's new single, and how it is a departure from their traditional style of music. Does it live up to expectations?
We review one of Black Violin's sold out shows at the Red Room at Cafe 939. Here's a bit about the duo that is breaking stereotypes.
Pepsi isn't the only corporate power who is trying to profit off of pretending to be progressive; we take a look into how artists in the music industry are complicit in using activism as a marketing scheme.
Kendrick just dropped a video for new song "DNA" and we've got the scoop for you! Check out the video and our thoughts.
We take a look at the Afrobeats genre which has begun to gain popularity in the United States and discuss the stars of the genre.
We reviewed Lorde's latest release "Liability." See what we thought about the lyrically knife-sharp piano ballad here.
We take a look at Oddisee's music, zooming in on his latest release "The Iceberg," and give you the scoop on why he's the greatest hip-hop artist you've barely heard of.
We take a look at King Kendrick's latest single, and the firestorm it has created online. Check it out!
Mali Music releases a new single, capturing the kind of thoughtfulness and empathy that music should always have, and we give you the details!
Spotlight on the NPR Tiny Desk Contest winning band Tank And The Bangas.
We review the Gorillaz latest four single release and talk about what is coming next for the virtual band!
We caught up with 4 of the graduates of 2016 to find out where they're at, how they're surviving in the real world, and what advice they have for current students.
Were you at last week's Career Jam? WE WERE! If you weren't, you missed out on a ton of cool events and opportunities. Take a look at our recap here.
We cover Electropop duo Enta Tenta's eclectic and vivid Caf Show, with a show review and background on the band members Rachel Alix and Bailey Chapman. This a group is definitely one to watch!
The initial article about ending the Scholarship Renewal process garnered a lot of attention. Hear direct quotes from students and administration about their feelings on the process in this follow-up.
We review Berklee Alum, Kevin Ross', debut album "The Awakening," and let you know if his music kept us engaged or put us to sleep! Read here to find out which it was!
We sat down with Berklee Groove Sessions Vol. 2 artist Mufaro to talk about musical healing, the women who inspire her, and what we can expect to hear for the show!
When you're pretty much snowed in, a playlist is a necessity. We've put together an eclectic snow day playlist for those inevitable days when school closes due to inclement weather.
Like to party to electronica? Want to have fun but also do something good for the local community? JSJ Events is a charity party organization you'll love.
Berklee alum, Kevin Ross, flexes his consistent and exemplary musical skills on tour with Ro James. When the tour came to Boston, WE WERE THERE! Check out our review.
Were you scrambling to make sure you can continue to receive the help you need? Here's why scholarship renewal should be abolished forever.
A reflective new electronica collab between Sarah P. & Holly takes on the ghosts of WW2 and the dislocation of 21st century life
After a two year run with his explosively successful single, "Classic Man," Jidenna finally releases his debut album. How does it fare, after such a long wait? Read here.
Our dismissal of boy bands as vapid pop represents a discomfort with music that is made for and about girls, and that does not strictly adhere to heterosexuality.
Our picks for the best singles of 2017—so far!
Thomas Stewart gave his debut solo performance last week, and WE WERE THERE! Read more for the full review of his performance in 1A.
There are conflicting opinions about some of this year's biggest awards at the GRAMMYs. Did the Recording Academy get it right? Check out our take!
If you're an upperclassmen, what's a piece of advice you'd give an incoming student? What's a piece of advice you wish you'd received as an incoming student? Here are our top 7.
Our Editor-in-Chief discusses the direction of Berklee, some of its negative impacts, and why she's determined to graduate.
We discuss the artists who have grabbed our excitement with their Grammy noms. Check it out!
We review The Weeknd's dark new album "Starboy," and explore the mysterious, violent world of his music videos.
Contributing Writer, Cierra Johnson, weighs in on Childish Gambino's newest musical work. Check out the full story!
Berklee Groove Sessions alum, Cedric Jackson II, releases his first EP "Balance," and we give you the ins and outs of what to expect. Click to read more right here!
Our Editor-in-Chief weighs in on our responsibility as artists, post-election. Read here.
We discuss the growing diversity in television, and how we wish the same would happen for music, highlighting Issa Rae's new HBO show INSECURE.
Some things only happen at Berklee. We made a list of our favorites, from the Snarky Puppy craze to the infamous "let's jam sometime," just for your reading pleasure.
We cover Mariana Secca's Caf Show, with a review of the performance and an interview with the singer herself. Check out what she had to say about music, Berklee, and finding her sound!
Head of A&R at Disney Music Group, Mike Daly, visited Berklee last week to give feedback to songwriters on their work. Seats were coveted at this event, but we managed to get one. Here's what happened.
by Lily Lyons
“I guess I give so much of myself to others I forgot I need to show myself some love too,” Kid Cudi wrote last week in a Facebook post where he revealed his depression …
Staff Writer, Lily Lyons, ventures out to a new Berklee Event by the Songwriting department, and reports back on her experience, noting each songwriter's specialness in detail. Check it out!
by Lily Lyons
The songs we fall in love with are often the songs that our friends recommend to us. This is especially true at Berklee. I never know what music my friends are going to pump through their speakers …