What to Expect from Kool A.D.

You may know Kool A.D. from the hip-hop group, Das Racist. However, this Bay area rapper is also an exceptional solo performer. This Wesleyan University alum began his music journey by playing drums and doing […]

SALES and Bully

With conversations revolving around diversity in music and the formation of B-Side Collective, a music and arts group for female/femme, queer/lgbtqia+, and gender non-conforming students, it’s nice to finally see a Llamapalooza lineup that is […]

Battle of the Bands Finals

Battle of the Bands is an event that has been constantly evolving over the past few years. This year in particular marks the start of many new changes. Per tradition, the event is held in […]

Summer Festival Preview

Although festivals happen all throughout the school year, the end of the year with the nice weather, more free time, and perfect conditions for outdoor music provides an amazing opportunity for those who want to […]

Presidential Soundtracks

Frequently, news coverage of political campaigns and events focuses on speeches, a war of who said what, and campaign endorsements. One element that seems to be left out or simply overlooked is music. When thinking […]

SOCC Expands

The Sounds of Colorado College had a successful first semester of events, such as Gayhard Productions: Bubbles and Bass, Homeboy Sandman, Shabazz Palaces, and more. Although first semester Events Manager Quinn Webb has graduated, Francesca […]

Rock on the Rocks

Photographs by Emily Kim Situated in Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is a prime place to enjoy some of Colorado’s best concerts. Before even coming to Colorado, I recall seeing spectacular photos on […]

SOCC: Homeboy Sandman

How often do you get to see an Ivy League-educated vegan perform in Armstrong for free? Not too often, but if you are curious about the prospect, Homeboy Sandman will be performing today, Friday, Dec. […]