Playlists demonstrate one’s relationship to music, something that can be so personal and vulnerable. Students explain their process and purpose for making and sharing playlists.
Almost all iPhone users hate to see green text bubbles. Thus, Apple users should not use Spotify — an app that screams the color green.
Students with large followings on TikTok are speaking on the social media app taking over entertainment. They say it’s due to the short viewership attention span that has happened over time.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Jackie Ferrari, a first-year singer-songwriter who said she hopes to encourage others with her music.
It is time to shine the light on the women behind the music at Pepperdine. Whether playing in a musical duo, participating in Pepperdine’s music program or performing in the orchestra, these artists are creating the melodies of the future.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The 14th installment introduces transfer student Diamond Longs, who discusses her dream of creating a record label and succeeding as an independent artist.
The impact of COVID-19 on the music industry pushed many to think of creative ways to share music without the in-person experience of concerts, tours and festivals. In response, sophomore Sam Nicholson created Paddle, an app that combines music streaming and social media to allow users to share musical suggestions with friends.
Despite mass cancelations due to coronavirus, the music industry has found new ways to connect with fans and continues to impact pop culture by supporting movements like Black Lives Matter.
Is music streaming a necessary evil?
Student, DJ and music producer Rowland Evans opens up about his creative life as a night owl.