From SZA to The Smashing Pumpkins, this is WQHS Board’s favorites songs for February 2021.
Hello and welcome to the WQHS Blog! My name is Julia Davies and I am very excited to be WQHS’s Blog Director for 2021. This year I aim to help create a space for all people to celebrate, share and discover music. WQHS Radio has been an important part of my time at Penn and … Continue reading “Introductions and A Quick Round-Up”
As the world opens up even more I’ve been reflecting on the rollercoaster that is the music I’ve listened to since the spring, and how that mirrors my mental state as I processed everything going on in the world. I usually make a playlist based on what I’ve listened to each season and I started … Continue reading “Music That Got Me Through Quarantine”
There’s an almost sacred obligation for every media publication to quantize and compile their favorites at the end of every year, decade, or century. For the most part, it’s really a great convenience to have a resource to find when trying to become acquainted with music history, especially if you weren’t around or paying attention. … Continue reading “WQHS’ Albums of the 2010s”
Last spring, I attempted to start a recurring feature that used my tendency to play single songs on repeat for good and intentionally listen to more new releases. It lasted for a few months, but old habits die hard. I couldn’t keep up with the releases. There were just too many: too many I wasn’t … Continue reading “Nour’s January Round-Up”
Check out our favorite tracks from the last month.
Check out our favorite tunes from April.
On paper, one of my worst music-listening habits is my tendency to play the same thing on repeat for days a time. I get clocked for it by observant friends who follow my Spotify and anyone who might ask what I’ve been listening to lately. In my defense, when a song or an album is … Continue reading “March Round-Up”