All posts by noajett

Some ~Alternative~ Holiday Jams

Without much warning, the holiday season is already upon us. I, for one, am ready. I love holiday music with a passion. In fact, it's the only thing that makes winter vaguely tolerable. Once January rolls around, all hope is lost and I'll hibernate until spring. For December, however, I'll be curled up happily by ...

Concert Etiquette From Your Grumpy Neighborhood Blogger

Okay, so I go to a lot of concerts. I spend basically all my money on concerts (or food). Rock, hip hop, pop, rap, jazz, classical, world—it doesn’t matter. I’ve been to concerts in big groups; I’ve been by myself. I’ve been first row, last row, to big festivals and tiny venues. There’s something so ...

Pop’s Next Princess

Billie Eilish has all the workings of an up-and-coming alt pop diva: she's got an edgy sense of style and the sass to match. Her vocals are soulful and ethereal in the style of Lana Del Rey, but slightly sweeter and more innocent. She has the clever genre-defying production of Charli XCX. She was featured ...

Brockhampton at The Foundry, 9/13

  Wednesday night at The Foundry, boyband Brockhampton gave an energetic and animated show to remember. In total, eight of the seventeen current members of the artistic collective performed. The show began with Romil, the DJ, playing a few songs to get the crowd hyped up and asked them to give him a few “yeehaws”. ...

Brockhampton: The Return and Reinvention of the Boyband

Brockhampton, an up-and-coming collective, will be playing The Foundry next Wednesday. The group, which prefers to be known as a boyband, has had quite a busy summer. Following a VICE series chronicling their rise (which they pitched to the network themselves), they released their first two full-length albums called SATURATION and SATURATION II, two installments of a trilogy. The ...