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Close-up of Screaming Females in Blue Lighting

Concert Review

Concert Review: Screaming Females

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist   I was fortunate to have some spare time on Tuesday and catch up on work at my apartment, a place I haven't been to much this year. After completing some tasks, I felt compelled to attend the Screaming Females concert at Paper Tiger, a venue I had yet to visit this year.   Heavy Comforter was the first act on the lineup, but their […]

todayApril 12, 2023 100 2

Coco & Clair Clair performing at Cheer-up Charlie’s


Andrea Moor: Key Takeaways from SXSW

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist   This being my first legitimate attempt at experiencing SXSW, I got my fair share of parallels of navigating a beyond-full schedule. As obvious as some of these points may seem, I must emphasize what my firsthand experience was navigating the week of events.   First and foremost, time management is of the utmost importance. Not knowing what you’re going to be doing a good […]

todayMarch 27, 2023 102 3

Close-up of Auragraph leaning against the wall, their face turned from the camera


Artist Interview: AURAGRAPH

By: Andrea Moor Music Journalist 29-year-old Laredoan Carlos Ramirez, otherwise known as Auragraph, is a creative that’s made wide strides in their respective fields. Initially playing guitar in most of the bands they worked with in their adolescence, their encounters with music would change drastically when they moved up north for their undergrad. Having studied at UT Austin for film, Ramirez had nothing but pleasantries to claim about their time […]

todayMarch 17, 2023 95 3 2

Dr. Andy Hildebrand accepting their Techincal Grammy Award for inventing Auto-tune


Thank You, Auto-Tune

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist   T-Pain and Kanye West come to mind when it comes to recognizing the giants and pioneers in Auto-Tune. This software that corrects pitch and timing errors, and manipulates a vocal recording until it is in tune, regardless of whether or not the initial recording was in tune.   Not to be confused with the first pitch-altering vocal effect, the talkbox-Autotune was oddly born out […]

todayMarch 1, 2023 85 4 2

Texas State Bridge by McCoy College of Business during sunset, immersed in branches


Texas State Staff Selects: Favorite Music

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist Navigating the dozens of buildings intermixed with the thousands of students routinely on campus since the semester has started, I’ve been left wondering, “Just what exactly does the staff that makes up this vast and beautiful institute listen to?” For this, I went around campus, ready to inquire more beyond the standard casual greetings. Working at the LBJ Student Center, I caught up with Trinity, […]

todayFebruary 13, 2023 94 11

The exterior of Emos in Austin after The Garden Concert on 11/11 as the crowd exited out


My Thoughts on the 11/11 The Garden Concert

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist Anyone who knows me knows my fondness for the twin-composed band based in Orange County, California, known as The Garden. With several side projects under their belt, Wyatt and Fletcher Shears are most notably known for their collaboration on this band. When the musical duo set out to tour again this year for their latest release, Horseshit on Route 66, I knew I had to […]

todayNovember 29, 2022 195 13 3

lier Promo for the film “Amélie”


Amélie: Soundtrack Review

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist The 2001 acclaimed French film, “Amélie,” portrays the story of a lonesome young woman who searches for comfort and happiness in life. Despite the film’s instances of nearly sadistic realism, the story is depicted in a youthful manner due to Yann Tiersen’s playful soundtrack, the film’s vibrant oversaturation, and the recurring symbolism. The plot develops as Amélie, the heroine of the tale, finds a buried […]

todayNovember 15, 2022 256 11 2


San Marcos Speaks: Favorite Musicians

By Andrea Moor Music Journalist Since moving out to San Marcos, I’ve quickly become acclimated to the ever-growing beauty and significance this town holds. With the vast diversity of the student populous to the established families with generations living in this town, I decided to go around asking people about their favorite musicians, hoping to see if there was any correlation or mass breakthrough in music taste.   First, I […]

todayNovember 14, 2022 205 14 2

TiaCorine’s I Can’t Wait Album Cover


Album Review: TiaCorine’s “I Can’t Wait”

Andrea Moor Music Journalist In all honesty, North Carolina rapper TiaCorine has yet to receive their flowers. Despite having nearly a quarter of a million monthly Spotify listeners and being most known for their 2018 TikTok sensation track “Lotto”, the pick-up of their career has yet to be in full effect. Dubbing themselves an “anime trap” rapper, the 29-year-old’s flow is like no other. “FreakyT” effortlessly oozes androgyny from hitting […]

todayOctober 18, 2022 409 28 2

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