Tag: music

WQHS Radio’s Library Project

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 […]

Let the Music Speak for Itself: Daft Punk

Enigmatic and legendary, electronic music duo Daft Punk split up February 22nd 2021. A 28-year-long career leaves fans with four studio albums packed to the brim with timeless classics such as “Around the World”, “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”, “Human After All”, and of course, “Get Lucky”. To truly understand their legacy on music, let’s turn […]


Despite only having been a full trio for less than a month, and only existing for almost two, indie-pop group MILKK are making waves with their first single, “Pacific Kiss.” The Nashville/Minneapolis based group took inspiration from LA for their newest single, referencing Malibu and Pacific Coast Highway (highway one, as they call it), drawing […]

Astrid S @ The Troubadour 5/17

Norwegian pop princess Astrid S played a short, yet fantastic set to a sold-out crowd at the Troubadour in Los Angeles last night. Despite the fact that it was her first show in Los Angeles, and only her second in the US, fans were singing along throughout the set and constantly demonstrating their admiration. Astrid was overwhelmed […]

Single Review: “Machinist” by Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast (the solo project of Philadelphia-based artist Michelle Zauner) has announced her sophomore album, titled, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, or S.S.F.A.P for short, and released the first single, called “Machinist,” with a video to accompany it. When I saw Japanese Breakfast perform at First Unitarian Church, Zauner explained that the song is about the […]

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