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Genre labelling at the Grammys poses the issue of finding a fair way to celebrate and highlight black musicians’ impact on current pop music
“Integrity and Perseverance”: The Legacy Mack Lorén Hopes To Leave
The Cuban singer-songwriter, producer and Berklee student reveals her creative process, musical inspirations and rock-solid core values.
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MARCH 18, 2020
Dakota Wants to Make You Dance
The American Idol alum and Berklee student shares what inspires her in songwriting and what it’s really like to be on reality TV.
i_o Stresses Taking the Plunge and Being Yourself
“The only thing that matters is integrity and authenticity.”
Love, Sweet Love: Valentine's Sock Hop at Boston Conservatory
Join Boston Conservatory’s finest in a night of enchantment and love with their Valentine’s Sock Hop performance.
MARCH 13, 2020
The 8-Bit Big Band Brings the House Down
The video game orchestra started off the month of March with two stellar shows at the Berklee Performance Center.
Snakehips Brought Fire and Funk To The Cold Boston Winter
Read how the glorious funk, hiphop and EDM fusion of Snakehips was brought with ecstatic passion to the Grand, Boston.
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No-chella: The Startup Company Monitoring The World’s Music Festivals
Wondering if your tickets are still good? Keep up to date on all of the global music festival news with Sick Festivals.
FEBRUARY 26, 2020
Uncut Gems And The New Film Score
Check out the new genre of film scoring set into motion by Adam Sandler’s latest work, Uncut Gems.
Singer Jonny Craig Leaves Slaves, Singles Released With New Vocalist
Read about post-hardcore band Slaves’ new singles highlighting Jonny Craig’s replacement.
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Musical Theater And The Golden Utopia
Explore the idea of “utopia” as it relates to Musical Theater and its negative effects on the young performer.