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In the face of the pandemic, Rodrigo appealed to a listener's heart with her exploration of loneliness and hardship. “Drivers License” has opened up what the music industry could have in stock for audiences in 2021: not only how artists can market their music, but also how they can speak to their listeners. 

A ballad of empathy

by Sarah Mohammed, Winged Post Asst. Features Editor February 20, 2021

Along a sleek and quiet road, a girl drives past empty fields in her small white vintage Mercedes car. Illuminated by soft purple light, she begins to sing a song of love and loss, of heartbreak and healing....

Music Monday is a new installation featuring a different category of songs on a weekly basis.

Music Monday: Sing Broadway with Aquila

by Irene Yuan, Multimedia Editor January 18, 2021

Music Monday features a different category of songs on a weekly basis. Each Monday, Harker Aquila will release seven songs, one song for each day of the week. In tandem with this year's NYC Broadway Week,...

Music Monday is a new installation featuring a different category of songs on a weekly basis.

Music Monday: New beginnings with Aquila

by Alysa Suleiman, A&E Editor January 4, 2021

Music Monday features a different category of songs on a weekly basis. Each Monday, Harker Aquila will release seven songs, one song for each day of the week. Whether you've "gotta feeling" for what will...

Bops and beats: new styles of music find a loyal following among students

by Alysa Suleiman, Sports Reporter November 15, 2019

A long-time form of entertainment and an integral part of various cultures, music is a physical and emotional documentation of society’s evolving trends, styles and mindsets. Music has given birth to...

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