On Saturday, May 27th, dance-punk band Le Tigre opened their summer tour with a raucous concert in Philadelphia’s Union Transfer. The group hasn’t performed together since August of last year and hasn’t toured extensively since 2005. As a result, excitement around the band’s reunion has led to sellout dates through the end of the tour […]
Have you ever had a gut feeling that something was going to pay off? That’s exactly what Matt Damon’s Sonny Vaccaro character is battling in AIR, the upcoming movie from Amazon Studios about Nike signing Michael Jordan to an exclusive contract. The movie takes you on a rollercoaster experience as the characters make bold moves […]
Scream is a classic piece of metafiction that pokes fun at horror movie tropes. If you like fiction that is self-aware, suspenseful, and hyperbolically gory, Scream IV will be the stuff for you.
Dave Franco and Allison Brie’s film, “Somebody I Used to Know” will give you everything you expect from a Rom-Com, while still making you realize that maybe, sometimes love is not always meant to be. Not to mention it’s nostalgic rock soundtrack you will want to listen to after watching.
Trampled by Turtles has occupied a unique space in the canon of American music for almost two decades. Their breakneck brand of Appalachian folk music has shot them to the top of the Bluegrass charts but has sheltered them from mainstream country audiences. Their native Duluth, Minnesota, has embraced them as hometown heroes but estranged […]
When I was younger, I was really into EDM trap. A lot of the online culture was focused around unreleased songs that artists would play at live shows, and would get leaked one way or another. This was the only way I was involved, since I was too young to go to concerts. When one […]
I wasn’t ready for MAGDALENE when it came out. It was too slow for me, too moody. It took a whole year and a global pandemic to fully lose myself in its rich experimental production and emotional depths. I was extremely excited to hear more from Twigs in CAPRISONGS, even as she teased that the […]
Throughout the 2020 to 2021 school year, WQHS Radio’s Station Librarian Leah Van Dyke invited members of the WQHS community to submit a picture of their favorite physical forms of music whether that be a CD, Vinyl record or 8-track and to discuss what this music meant to them. These submissions were featured on the […]
Imagine sitting at the bottom of the deep end of a swimming pool. If you’ve ever dove down with outstretched fingers trying to touch the bottom, you’re probably familiar with the trampling sensation caused by the tension of the water. Now imagine that feeling surrounding you. The water holding back for the moment, but threatening […]
Last Wednesday, October 20th, 2021, Lucy Dacus and her Home Video Tour opened the first of two nights at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer to a roaring weeknight crowd. Following local opener Shamir, Dacus and her band brought their signature somber, folksy brand of indie rock for a 2-hour set. The audience hung on every enchanting note […]