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Musicians keep in touch with their fans during quarantine through online concerts

By Nethan Sivarapu and Ian Vu Staff Editors In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we see ourselves as more disconnected from society than ever. During these times, how have musicians kept in touch with the world to continue spreading their music? Social distancing has changed the way that many people around the world tackle their daily tasks. Many people

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“Igor” is one of the best albums of 2019

By Justin Lin Staff Writer Tyler, the Creator is a 29-year-old American singer, rapper, songwriter, producer, designer, and music video director. He was first introduced into the music industry in 2007 as the co-founder of the popular hip-hop collective “Odd Future.” After the group’s split, Tyler has been working as a solo artist to this day. Having won the MTV

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“The Slow Rush” is a smooth psych step forward for Tame Impala

By Steven Ruiz Staff Writer Tame Impala’s fourth studio album “The Slow Rush” came out on Valentine’s Day. This new album is Kevin Parker’s journey through time. From the funky drumming to the smooth synths, this album is one of the most polished and smooth Tame Impala albums yet. The songs are heavily inspired by soft rock and disco, but

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Blackpink deserves to be one of the most popular K-pop groups

By Salette Vazquez Gonzalez Staff Writer Blackpink, one of the most well-known K-pop groups in the scene, debuted on Aug. 8, 2016 with the release of a single album “Square One,” under YG Entertainment. The group consists of four members: Jennie, Lisa, Rosé and Jisoo.  Jennie Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea. She trained to become a star for

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Rock Band offers students an opportunity to learn music

By Jon Garvin Prep Editor-in-Chief Rock Band is an Expeditions course offered at Summit Prep in cooperation with the Riekes Center for Human Enhancement, a nonprofit organization that offers many programs for the community to take part in.   Students enrolled in this course meet at the Riekes Center, which is located in North Fair Oaks, in close proximity to

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Billie Eilish’s “When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go” blows away expectations

By Nick Reed Arts Editor Billie Eilish, to me, has always seemed somewhat of a boring, non-offensive indie singer. She writes songs for a demographic that I’m not in, and, thusly, is someone I’ve never taken particularly seriously. Leaving the “Don’t Smile At Me” era of her career, I wasn’t particularly interested in what she would do next. That was

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