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No sabo selections: music as a bridge to culture

By Michael Ybarra Music Journalist    A “no sabo kid” is a person of Hispanic, specifically Latin, descent who cannot speak or understand Spanish. Without knowing the language of their family and fellow Hispanic friends, a certain disconnect occurs inside these individuals. In fact, a portion of the Hispanic community scolds these non-native speakers, and this leads to an exclusion from one’s own culture. I am a “no sabo kid.” […]

todayOctober 25, 2023 37 2

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Musically mapping the San Marcos Public Library

By Michael Ybarra Music Journalist Alkek Library, located in the center of the Texas State University campus, is not the only palace of literature in the city of San Marcos. Often overlooked by university students, the San Marcos Public Library, holds hidden gems, beautiful displays and plenty of novels to bloat even the most ravenous readers. The public library also houses DVDs, audiobooks, study rooms and so much more, with […]

todayOctober 4, 2023 941 4

A stage with various guitar amplifiers, cables, and drums all painted to the same matching shade of pink


Seth Carolina on playing drums and joining Starcrawler

Knox R. White Music Journalist   Starcrawler is a glam-punk-alternative rock and roll band from Los Angeles, California. Since forming in 2015, the band has been heralded for putting on incredibly tight and energetic concerts. Also, since their formation, the band has only had two line-up changes. One was when guitarist Henri Cash’s brother Bill joined. The other being when original drummer Austin Smith left the group during the Covid-19 […]

todaySeptember 22, 2023 254 12

Three members of the band Rays Berning are sitting on a couch in a living room performing a song together.


Rays Berning talks beef about Rick Rubin

By Diego Gonzales Music Journalist   Dylan Sullivan, Jeffrey Berner, Ray Chenevey, Conner Libera and Raymond Cabrera are Rays Berning. The band is made up of all comedians (besides Libera) and is based in Austin, Texas. They have released 20 projects since just May of 2022. Concepts and themes are very different for each album; album 20 was focused on Godzilla attacking a city while their 18th album was tackling […]

todaySeptember 17, 2023 42 2

On the left is a picture of The White Stripes wearing only red, black and white. Jack White is playing a vintage, red guitar. To the right, there are various White Stripe album covers, each one featuring the colors red, black, and white exclusively.


The importance of visuals for musicians

By Knox Ryder White Music Journalist The speed of light is faster than the speed of sound. This means that you will see something before you hear it, even if it is for a brief, unnoticeable moment. Music does not always strike our senses in this way due to the fact that it travels through the air, allowing it to be heard without the listener ever seeing its source. However, […]

todaySeptember 16, 2023 75 1

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Album Review

Album Review: How Do You Sleep At Night by Teezo Touchdown

Jarris Jones Rap/Hip-Hop Journalist If you are unfamiliar with music artist Teezo Touchdown, don’t worry, you won’t be for long. The 30-year-old artist from Beaumont, Texas is finally ready for the big stage and has not disappointed. I was first introduced to Teezo Touchdown in 2020 during the pandemic. With a lot of time on my hands and a pair of headphones, I was on the hunt for new music. […]

todaySeptember 15, 2023 85 3 3

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How TikTok has changed our way of discovering music

By Jewel Ogungbamigbe Music Journalist For this generation, social media plays an important role in our lives. Who we choose to interact and engage with on these platforms can influence aspects of our personality ranging from our sense of humor, style and even the friendships we make. Considering this, it’s no surprise that many people also get their music taste from these social media platforms as well. Discovering songs or […]

todaySeptember 13, 2023 69 2

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The Stars, The Moon and The Music

By Harriet Bernard Local Music Journalist On March 28th, the moon began its phase in Cancer and lasted for three days' time. At the beginning of each month, Earth’s moon cycles through each of the twelve astrological signs before repeating once again. While most people are only familiar with their astrological sun sign, it is often heard that a person’s moon sign is one that might resonate with them more. […]

todayApril 4, 2023 26 2

A group of young men and women dressed in dark colors with unusual hair styles siting on stairs outside of a post office in New Zealand in broad daylight.


Barrel to the Head: How the Punk Scene is Killing Itself

By Ryder White Music Journalist Punk has been around for a while now. Depending on who you ask, you may hear that it has been around since the mid-1950s when suburban parents were afraid that their children would become devil worshippers when rock ‘n’ roll first started receiving radio air play. Some say it started in the late 1960s when the likes of the MC5 and Iggy and the Stooges […]

todayMarch 9, 2023 1941 5

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