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There is a yellow food truck on the very left of the photo, with a red gazebo to the right. The gazebo has strings of lightbulbs hanging from it, and a small patch of lawn underneath with blue chairs. There are a few people sitting on the lawn area. There is a small stage in the back left corner, with a white tent overhead and a pink, blue and white flag on the front that reads, “Protect Trans Kids.” Four-member group Elephant Ears is performing onstage. There is a small red trailer next to the stage.


Bands and Booths for Trans Youth

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist I attended Bands and Booths for Trans Youth this past weekend, hosted by Ava Productions and Studio San Martian. I had previously attended Vaginafest, which also featured a variety of local artists and vendors, so I was super excited to see what was in store for this event. The event was held to raise money for trans youths in Texas and was held at Red […]

todayMay 4, 2022 91 3

Psychedelic American traditional style art depicts a phone with hands reaching out through an opening into a room, behind the hand is a sun. There are faces and eyes in the shape of fish everywhere including hiding behind stacks of cards. There is also water pouring into a ravine, bugs, fire, and flowers. Description: Billy Strings Home cover


Billy Strings: The Next Greatest Guitarist to Ever Live

By Bandera Barter Music Journalist  What if I told you the greatest guitarist to ever live was alive right now?  I would also say he’s just getting started. The living legend I am referring to is none other than William Lee Apostol, better known by his stage name, Billy Strings. You might also be surprised to hear that in this day and age the greatest guitarist alive would be playing […]

todayApril 19, 2022 11472 1

Kate Sharma and Edwina Sharma enter a ball for their first night in British society in the Regency Era. Behind them are Lady Danbury and Lady Mary Sheffield.


Romance and Representation in the Ton: Bridgerton Season Two Review

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor ***WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*** After the hype and anticipation from season one of Bridgerton, on March 25, 2022, season two, based on “A Viscount who Loved Me” by Julia Quinn, was released on Netflix. With a 78% Tomatometer score and 81% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, this season was a binge-able eight-episode season with classic romantic tropes and South Asian representation intertwined into the Regency Era. […]

todayApril 5, 2022 111 2

A very blurry photo of Earl Sweatshirt's face fills the whole right side of the picture. The background is also blurry with orange, green, and grey showing through. At the bottom left there is a Parental Advisory Explicit Content warning.


Earl Sweatshirt: NBA Leather Tour

By Bandera Barter Music Journalist The mesmerizing, distorted and even static first chords of Earl Sweatshirt’s “Riot!” are released from the amplifiers as if they came straight off the best soul, jazz, or R&B record you’ve never heard. Immediately the atmosphere is changed. Moments before we were at Stubbs BBQ in Austin, Texas, a unique music venue, but still our own world. Now, we are in Earl’s. This is what […]

todayApril 1, 2022 103 3

4 distinct album covers. The top left contains a bronze model airplane inside a plastic bag hanging on a hook from a wooden background. The top right contains a yellow border and 2 red diamonds with a black shaded eye in the top one with the text “Godfree” in bold while letters in the center. The bottom left contains a collage of sketched images with a large black pained spot in the left corner with yellow and red doodle-like drawings. The bottom right has a black white background with two thin lined black flowers curling around each other, and the flowers bloom in opposite direction in the middle.


Paving the Way: Recent Releases that Defy Genre Boundaries

By Clara Blankenship Music Journalist Looking at my 2021 Wrapped Spotify information, I was perplexed when I saw that my top genres didn’t seem to fit the music I listened to, leading me to ponder how they determine the genres of each artist, and what each genre’s defining features are in the first place.  Genre is something often left unquestioned. We continue to add more to compensate for the abundance […]

todayFebruary 24, 2022 96 1

A series of romance anime characters on a white background with heart doodles.


Five Romance Animes to Binge on Valentine’s Day

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Anime is a Japanese style of animated shows and television and often is adapted from mangas, Japanese-style graphic novels, or comics. Like any other form of entertainment, there are many different genres.  With Valentine’s day coming up, romance animes are the best choice if you want to match the love in the air. A fun way to spend Valentine’s day would be to grab […]

todayFebruary 12, 2022 179 9 2

A skull on a black background with the eyes also looking like the faces of two character drawings. The skull has teeth missing and is surrounded by an array of incarnations and roses with the album title “Yours, Dreamily” coming from the top and “The Arcs” coming from the bottom.


The Arcs: Yours, Dreamily, Album Review

By Christian Villarreal Music Journalist Music has always been a big part of my life, but for some reason, I had never listened to many different genres until high school. The album that changed what I knew about music was Yours, Dreamily, by The Arcs. The album had an interesting cover, so I decided to give it a listen. Listening to the first track on the album was a strange experience. “Once […]

todayNovember 8, 2021 85

Album cover is black and white half Devora’s face and half a scorpion with a red censor bar over the eyes.


Devora: Outlaw Album Review

By Isaiah Gatlin Music Journalist Growing up in the desert heat of Arizona, Devora spent most of her time singing and writing songs. Some of her biggest influences include Johnny Cash and Fields of the Nephilim. On June 25, 2021, self-proclaimed “Goth Dolly Parton,” Devora debuted a mixture of sultry, dark, and femme fatale tones in her debut EP Outlaw. Of course, Devora continues to remain true to the western […]

todaySeptember 30, 2021 79 1

Image of Olivia Rodrigo’s side profile driving by a beach


Olivia Rodrigo’s Diverse Musical Influences Give SOUR a Unique Edge

By Rachael GerronWeb Content Contributor Olivia Rodrigo is the newest teen pop sensation taking over the charts this year with her debut album SOUR. With the aid of Tik-Tok, Rodrigo was able to break into mainstream music while still maintaining her role on Disney Channel’s “High school Musical: The Musical: The Series.” Her song, “All I Want,” which was featured in the series, went viral on Tik-Tok in 2019. This introduced Rodrigo […]

todayJune 8, 2021 776 1

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