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The album cover for Arooj Aftab's

Arooj Aftab’s Vulture Prince- a mesmerising labyrinth of dusk and dream

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer May 21, 2021

Arooj Aftab, Pakistani composer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, released her latest record, Vulture Prince some weeks back. Garnering similar critical praise, yet more apparent popularity, than her...

The cover for Hayley Kiyoko's latest single

Review: Hayley Kiyoko’s identity emerges with “Found My Friends”

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor May 20, 2021

Once dubbed "Lesbian Jesus," singer Hayley Kiyoko has faded in and out of the spotlight in recent years as the frontwoman artist for queer women. Her position has since been replaced by Girl in Red—though...

Playlist: What we listened to during FSPA

Playlist: What we listened to during FSPA

Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor April 29, 2021

Last week, the staff of RHSToday and Knight Writers participated in the Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) two day virtual State Convention. During FSPA, staffers attended sessions where they...

The cover art for Taylor Swift's latest release, Fearless (Taylor's Version).

Review: Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is the only version that should be listened to

Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor April 14, 2021

In 2019, Taylor Swift announced that she was planning to re-record her first six albums in order to obtain full rights to her music. On April 9, Swift released Fearless (Taylor's Version). Swift was pushed...

Four great independent records that show a sample of what's to come in 2021.

Some endearing releases you might’ve missed from the first quarter of 2021

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Somehow, in spite of the sluggish pace at which the days seem to go by lately, we've found ourselves a quarter of the way through 2021. Jan. 1 seems so long ago, and yet so recent, a feeling worsened for...

The album art for Hole's Live Through This, featuring a Miss Congeniality winner with tears streaming down her face.

Retro Review: Live Through This is 90’s female rage, uncensored

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor April 7, 2021

Fronted by Courtney Love, the 90's alternative band "Hole" is one of the most famous female-led bands of the era. Love cites that the band's name was inspired by a line from Euripides' Medea, a play where...

The album cover for Frank, Amy Winehouse's debut album when she was only 19.

Retro Review: Amy Winehouse’s Frank is a timeless treasure

Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor March 5, 2021

Amy Winehouse was one of the most impactful and influential artists in the R&B, soul and jazz industry. Even after her sudden passing in 2o11, her music is still played throughout America every day....

The promo poster for BLACKPINK's latest virtual concert, gathering thousands of viewers.

The age of virtual concerts: a review of BLACKPINK’s The Show

Pim Kruthun, Staff Writer March 4, 2021

Don't you miss the days where you could just walk into a concert venue filled with hundreds of people with adrenaline pumping as you watch your favorite artist performs live right in front of you? I would...

The promotional poster featuring the album cover for The Highlights. 
The Highlights arrived just before The Weeknd is set to perform his highly-anticipated Super Bowl LV halftime performance on February 7 and after the announcement of his 2022 tour.

Review: The Highlights of the Weeknd’s success

Jennifer Le, Online Managing Editor February 18, 2021

Amidst the anticipation of waiting for his Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show, the Weeknd released his second compilation album, The Highlights, just two days before the event. It featured 18 tracks from...

Breakup VS. love playlists for Valentine's Day

Breakup VS. love playlists for Valentine’s Day

Zoe Thaxton, Staff Writer February 13, 2021

It's almost Valentine's Day, which could mean multiple things. One, you're spending the day with your significant other. Two, you're spending it alone. No matter how you spend the day, there's a music...

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