By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor Just recently reality TV star from Keeping Up With The Kardashians and creator of Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner had her first baby. Jenner has been the topic of discussion across social media for a … Continue reading Is Baby Fever the New Trend?
By Alex McMann Rap Music Journalist Artist: MURS Album: A Strange Journey Into the Unimaginable Label: Strange Music Date Released: March 16, 2018 Website: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-strange-journey-into-the-unimaginable/1348429248 MURS released his first album “F’REAL” in 1999, but is best known for his collaboration … Continue reading MURS: A Strange Journey Into the Unimaginable Review
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Whether you are a fan or not, it’s hard to deny that Beyoncé is one of the greatest live performers to set foot on this earth. As a proud member of the Beyhive, I … Continue reading The Importance of Beyoncé’s Coachella Performance
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor With the introduction of personal assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo, intelligent machines are no longer limited to private research and computing but are instead becoming a part of our everyday lives. This … Continue reading Should We Be Worried About Artificial Intelligence?
By Macy Reynolds Host Crash Test is a segment where Macy Reynolds undergoes a week of a fitness and health change to determine if it is worth it or not. This episode, listen as Macy explains if personal training passes or … Continue reading Crash Test: Personal Training
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor If you are planning on traveling down to South Padre Island or any beach, it’s best if you’re being mindful as a beach goer. South Padre Island is a well-known destination in Texas for … Continue reading Be Mindful as a Beach Goer
By Cheyenne Young Music Journalist Artist: Hundred Plus Club Album: Everybody’s Friend EP Label: Admirable Traits Records Release Date: November 24, 2017 If you have ever had a die-hard crush, been friendzoned or dated someone you really wish you hadn’t, … Continue reading Hundred Plus Club: Everybody’s Friend EP Review
By Hannah Wisterman Music Journalist This may be the mere misinformed supposition of a college student, but I’m willing to hedge a couple bucks on the idea that “Africa” by Toto might be one of the most emotionally rousing and … Continue reading Hidden Gems of the ’80s
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “Everything that glitters isn’t gold.” When I experienced my first “heartbreak”, my mother made sure she gave me those words. For some reason, those words have been replaying over and over again in my … Continue reading Real Love or Toxic Lust?
By Hannah Wisterman Music Journalist This might sound harsh, but I’ve always been skeptical of musicians who get their start on YouTube. Yes, I know that this includes big names like Bieber and Shawn Mendes, but that’s exactly why. With … Continue reading You Need to Be Listening to Mree
By Brandon Gutierrez Rap Journalist The world is filled with talented individuals, but when it comes to music, it’s sometimes difficult to narrow down or understand the growth of an artist until their break out song. Once that hit record … Continue reading Support Local Rappers
By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor At this point in life, most of my friends, peers, and acquaintances are all college students – and I could say the same about their social networks. As young adults living in a sort … Continue reading Take the Step
By Caroline Janes Music Journalist The other day I was riding the bus to campus, lazily scrolling through my twitter feed and bumping some Jungle Giants, when all of the sudden a tweet appeared with a screenshot of the 2018 … Continue reading Float Fest 2018
By Ruby Longoria and Taha Ali Close friends and collaborators, J.I.D and EARTHGANG band together for the Never Had Sh!t tour. EARTHGANG returns to Austin at the intimate Come and Take it Live venue after just a short, jam-packed absence. In just five months, the duo has toured Europe and released three EPs – Rags, Robots, and Royalty as teasers to their anticipated debut album Mirror Land. The house was packed for this sold out show. Dreamville’s promising signee, Lute, opened up with his smooth, J Dilla produced track “Still Slummin”. Slowly picking up the pace, he closed out his … Continue reading Never Had Sh!t Concert Review
By Melanie Garcia and Robert Vela III Hosts In today’s episode of Spill the Tea Melanie and Robert discuss how to successfully manage a seemingly unmanageable schedule. They end the show with advice on how to survive a hangover. Continue reading Spill the Tea: HangOVER All This Stress
By Jacarious Stanley Segment Producer The Struggle is Real consists of college students coming in and explaining something they struggled with. The show ends with the student explaining how they overcame that struggle. On this episode Cameron Hubbard, also known … Continue reading The Struggle is Real: Trusting the Process
By Neil Manning Music Journalist “All Alright”- Zac Brown Band This song, released in 2013 is a great song to cruise around to at any hour. While not featured on a full length album, it was a part of “The … Continue reading Five Songs to Add to Your Driving Playlist
By Mariah Whitley Other Side Drive Host Hip-Hop DJ’s of Central Texas serves the best talent involving Hip-Hop and Club DJ’s in the central Texas area. It will work as a target for listeners who may be interested in learning … Continue reading Hip-Hop DJ’s of Central Texas: DmoCobb
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Attention, folks — good music and good times are headed our way. JMBLYA music festival will be going down May 5 at Circuit of the Americas in Austin! Celebrate the end of the semester … Continue reading Get Ready for JMBLYA
By Kaitlyn Benacquisto News Reporter Antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed class of drugs in America, and have a long list of side effects that come with them. The most common antidepressants are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). SSRIs mainly … Continue reading The Depressing Fact About Antidepressants