Category Archive: Music

2018 in Retrospect: Concerts Edition

by Sejal Sangani There were a lot of concerts in 2018. I was constantly hearing about someone going to a concert or seeing videos on their Snapchat story. I asked the Upper School… Continue reading


By Daria Gitiforooz Ever since I heard “Impossible” by Travis Scott playing at a thrift store four years ago, I have been a huge fan, following his music very closely. Although he does… Continue reading

Music Coming in 2019

By Ava Alaeddini 5. Madonna — Untitled album Madonna is one of the biggest names in music and is often referred to as the “Queen of Pop”. She has confirmed that her 14th… Continue reading

Egypt Station Review

By Cynthia Okoben Pictures (clockwise, starting at top left): Egypt Station (2018), Paul McCartney (1968), Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr (left to right) holding their MBEs (1965), Paul McCartney… Continue reading

Spooky Playlist

By: Bailey Sparacia Hi Everyone! Here are some spooky songs to get into the Halloween mood! I hope you enjoy them!  

With Love From Him to Us

By Cynthia Okoben Peter Asher CBE is perhaps known mostly, if at all, for being the person who managed James Taylor (“Who’s James Taylor?” some of you may ask as you turn on… Continue reading

Album Review of the Month

By: Tatum Schoaf David Guetta released his new album, 7, in September, so if you like pop hits, you should definitely go listen to his music on your streaming platform of choice. If… Continue reading

Fall Study Playlist

By: Lucia Passarelli, Perin Romano, and Brooklyn Napolitano Listen to this playlist while you study for some motivation when you’re feeling a little stressed:

Spring Playlist

By Kayla Smith With only a few more weeks left of school, it’s time to celebrate all the work we have done over the year. Here’s a little playlist to get you through… Continue reading

5 Important Songs for Social Change

by Yardena Carmi 5 Important Songs for Social Change   We The People – A Tribe Called Quest “All you Black folks, you must go All you Mexicans, you must go And all… Continue reading