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Happy Valley Music Label and Chronic Town will be hosting Noname, Shalom Dubas, Joy Postell, and Penn State's W.O.R.D.S. on September 30th for an exciting spoken word event.
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Acclaimed Chicago rapper Noname will be joining Penn State W.O.R.D.S members, Shalom Dubas and Joy Postell on stage on Friday, September 30th for one of the most exciting spoken word events of the year. The event is organized by Happy Valley Music Label (HVML) and will be held at Chronic Town.

Noname (Fatimah Warner), is an experienced rapper and poet, known for her conversational flow and thoughtful lyrics. Alongside the brilliant Telefone, Noname spent 2016 providing skillful features for the music of other prominent Chicagoans, including Chance the Rapper, Mick Jenkins and Saba. Rebecca Aronow, a promotor for Happy Valley Music Label said that the organization booked Noname as…

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

I can never make my mind up about Macklemore. On the one hand, he’s just a passionate dude who loves spreading a good message and making fun pop music. On the other hand, he’s a bit of a trend-hopper who makes some pretty cheesy rap. I think “Good Old Days” leans more toward the latter. Kesha’s here, delivering a big pop chorus,…

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Happy Valley Music Label and Chronic Town will be hosting Noname, Shalom Dubas, Joy Postell, and Penn State's W.O.R.D.S. on September 30th for an exciting spoken word event.
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Acclaimed Chicago rapper Noname will be joining Penn State W.O.R.D.S members, Shalom Dubas and Joy Postell on stage on Friday, September 30th for one of the most exciting spoken word events of the year. The event is organized by Happy Valley Music Label (HVML) and will be held at Chronic Town.

Noname (Fatimah Warner), is an experienced rapper and poet, known for her conversational flow and thoughtful lyrics. Alongside the brilliant Telefone, Noname spent 2016 providing skillful features for the music of other prominent Chicagoans, including Chance the Rapper, Mick Jenkins and Saba. Rebecca Aronow, a promotor for Happy Valley Music Label said that the organization booked Noname as “she’s a truly inspiring artist who offers an important perspective and voice that isn’t as…

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

I can never make my mind up about Macklemore. On the one hand, he’s just a passionate dude who loves spreading a good message and making fun pop music. On the other hand, he’s a bit of a trend-hopper who makes some pretty cheesy rap. I think “Good Old Days” leans more toward the latter. Kesha’s here, delivering a big pop chorus, while Macklemore raps about living in the moment over a standard pop beat. Message aside, it feels a little too much like the kind of pseudo-inspiring pop song that strays a little too far into radio appeal. Macklemore’s “Gemini” is out now if you’d like to hear more.

 

Moses Sumney – “Make Out in My Car”

Moses Sumney is making some of America’s most fascinating alternative music out right now. His new song “Make Out in My Car” is no exception. Over a simple bass drum and finger click, Sumney builds and weaves layers of vocals and instruments into one another. It’s his schtick at this point, but boy is he good at it. A supremely talented, unique vocalist, Sumney just continues to get better and better. I’m excited to hear what he does in the future. His new album “Aromanticism” is out now.

 

Rapsody – “Power (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance Skiiiwalker)”

What a lineup. I wanted this to be good so badly. Kendrick and Rapsody are both incredibly talented lyricists, and Lance Skiiiwalker is a madman on the hook. But, sadly, this beat is just unforgivably bad. With a bassline that’s more tinny noise than boom, the track fails to bang and ends up just feeling repetitive and annoying. But again, with vocal performances like these, there’s plenty of potential for greatness in the future. If you’re interested in hearing more Rapsody, check out her new album “Laila’s Wisdom.”

 

Noah Cyrus – “Again (feat. XXXTENTACION)”

Ehhhhhhh, pretty cheesy pop song. Also, stop normalizing domestic abuse by including XXXTENTACION in your songs.

 

Young Thug & Carnage – “Liger”

This collaborative EP between Young Thug and Carnage is shaping up to be super fun. “Young Martha” is due out in a day or two, and “Liger” is just as fun as the previous single “Homie (feat. Meek Mill).” Ultimately, the track is just stock-standard trap music, but it’s well-mastered and Young Thug is as unique and catchy as ever. As per normal with both Carnage and Young Thug’s music, it’s best just to sit back and have fun with it. Check out the “Young Martha” EP soon, if you’re keen to hear more.

 

Let us know what you think of these tracks down in the comments, and look out for next week’s list!

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

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The Society for Indian Music and Arts is presenting Virasat 2017 this weekend from September 22nd to September 24th. Virasat is a three-day conference that aims to bring traditional Indian music, research presentations, and musical performances to students of all cultures at Penn State and in State College. Musical guests performances are featured by vocalists Priya Purushothaman and violinists Raman Iyer.

Gitanjali Bhushan, secretary for the Society for Indian Music and Arts (SIMA), is in charge of spreading awareness to the Penn State and State College communities about the classical Indian music on campus. In addition to her efforts in making this weekend’s conference run smoothly, she says, “We hope that this conference will allow people to understand the depth of Indian classical music and dance.” 

In terms of how Virasat 2017 will impact the Penn State and SCE communities, Bhushan says, “I believe that Virasat and the Society for Indian Music and Arts gives the PSU and SCE community a perspective on classical Indian music by providing classes, workshops, and concerts for everyone. SIMA fosters awareness for South Asian performing arts and welcomes everyone to participate in activities. This gives the audience the opportunity to experience the art forms live, and by using this experience to further inform their artistic and critical thinking.”

Day-wise tickets for Virasat cost $4 for Penn State students and $4.99 for the general public. All events are to be held in the HUB, and…