Journey through the late eighties and nineties with first year students at Berklee to learn what their favorite "throwback" songs are, and what the author thinks about their choices. Everything from gospel to heavy metal to hip-hop!
Find out how to get involved with Berklee’s Student Voice, along with all the reasons you should want to! Additionally, get the details on how to be considered for our exclusive Major Stories contest segment!
Since we’re graduating next week, we wanted to leave you with the top 12 Berklee survival tips and words of wisdom that we wish people would have told us when we were in our first semester.
What are the effects of asking musicians to play for free?
An in-depth look on the new digital ecosystem, Eye in the Sky, dedicated to independent artists and what is often overlooked in today's industry - genuinely good music.
Irish-French economist Richard Cantillon defined the entrepreneur as “someone who engages in exchanges for profit; specifically, he or she is someone who exercises business judgment in the face of uncertainty.” Few things are less certain than what will become popular in the music industry.
Congratulations to the Class of 2011: My Story About How There is Hope After Graduation
While the visual excitement on the field is as stunning as ever, the roar of the crowd and the commentators must compete with a brand new menace: "BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ."