Berklee Groove is Berklee College of Music’s student voice, an online newspaper run by musicians, for musicians. The Groove was established in 1997 as a biweekly printed newspaper, but with the 2009 website launch it became an online-only publication. In 2018, it transitioned again, becoming a hybrid online publication with periodic special print editions, in the style of a magazine. With articles covering the latest music industry news, show reviews, album reviews, interviews, and more, The Groove strives to provide interesting, entertaining, and relevant information for the Berklee and Boston communities.

Meet the team:

Dom Jones, Editor-in-Chief

Dom Jones, from Oakland, CA, is a voice principal and dual major in Music Business and Songwriting. A singer, songwriter, and emcee, Dom is also a budding business woman. After winning the International Songwriting Competition Winner in 2014, she released her first album, Wingspan that same year. In Summer 2016, she released her second album, a Nina Simone inspired Spoken Word project called Blackbird. At Berklee, Dom is also a member of the Executive Board of Berklee’s Black Student Union, a Grammy U Ambassador on campus, a student in the lauded Berklee Popular Music Institute (BPMI), and has served on the Student Leadership Council for the songwriting department. In 2017, she received the Pat Pattison Award for Outstanding Musicianship and contribution to the songwriting major as well as the Liberal Arts Service Award for the ways in which she engages social justice through music. She is also the 2017 Berklee Songs For Social Change 3rd Place Winner and the 2018 2nd Place Winner. In 2018, she received the Berklee Urban Service Award for how she uses music for social change. In addition to writing for Berklee Groove, Dom has been published in the Huffington Post, Ebony Magazine, Teen Vogue, and other notable publications. More about her work in music, media, and journalism can be found at www.iamdomjones.com.


Quentin Singer, Staff Writer

Quentin Singer, from Washington D.C, is a guitar principal majoring in Electronic Production and Design, with a minor in Video Game Sound Design. In 2017, Quentin released an EP entitled, Alive and Well, with his band Heavy Sleeper. Taking inspiration from classic to more modern acts such as Slowdive, Citizen, and Nothing, Quentin and the band have showcased their music across the east coast, as well as a plethora of venues in the Boston, MA area. Having a strong place for anything rock, metal, or alternative, Quentin loves writing about relevant stories to these types of genres and beyond. To see more of Quentin’s band you can check out their Facebook page Heavy Sleeper, as well as their music on Soundcloud and Spotify.



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