Sick beats and ridiculous flow from some of the most influential 90s rappers.
Get pumped for Ivy Film Festival with these 20 iconic film songs for every taste (and yes, we know there are hundreds more). Ivy Film Festival starts THIS WEDNESDAY, April 6th.
Shoegaze is the perfect genre of music for staring up at the sky and allowing your mind to drift off in a blissful daydream. Potent, heavily-distorted guitars swirl around each song, encircling a wall of booming drums and starry-eyed vocals. A shoegaze track can be as delicate as a flower or powerful as a waterfall, or anything in between. The genre saw its heyday in early-1990’s Britain, but a recent resurgence of shoegaze-flavored indie rock has piqued interest in the rock style once again. Take a ten-track trip through shoegaze’s history below, covering both the genre’s early titans and modern disciples.
Spring has arrived on College Hill! That time of year when all the snow has melted, trees stop looking ugly and grow their leaves back, and a breeze is no longer your worst enemy. Something about these tracks sounds just as fresh as the season itself, filled with optimism and warmth. Like spring in New England, this playlist is a bit brief but still bright and happy.
Some new, some old, some new with an old twist.
Old school hip hop, some lesser known tracks.