David Jin strives for perfection with “Moments I Missed”
It’s not often that you hear someone cite Kim Kardashian as their biggest inspiration for going to law school.
Joesef’s ‘Permanent Damage’ brings power and passion to a new era of neo-soul
"Permanent Damage” marks a story of Joesef’s growth, taking his post-relationship perspective and sharing it with an audience who understands.
‘Gimme All Your Love’ is better than a passionate love affair
The song is ageless, as if it could take up a smoky room in a detective 1960s film or a late 80s coming-of-age romance montage.
AAAH!BBA has reached its final form: the Hee Bee Bee Gees
The whole spectacle can really only be described as a theater kid fever dream, but it is delightfully campy and well-produced.
Old Taylor is back and better than ever with ‘Midnights’
"Midnights" is an amazing concept album that perfectly captures the tone of its inspiration, and the album speaks for itself when it comes to its success.
An inside look on the Rochester rap scene with Jonathan Shapiro
The Campus Times had the opportunity to talk to Shapiro on his experience In the rap industry, his passion for music, and his plans for the future.
Tove Lo brings her emotions to the dance floor with ‘Dirt Femme’
For an album considered dance-pop, some of its songs feel more likely to send you crying on the bathroom floor rather than hitting the dance floor.
Student musician kr!thi draws on roots for experimental debut single
A dreamy lo-fi R&B bop, “eve” utilizes elements of classical Indian music within the vocals as an homage to the artist’s roots.