You can't cut corners to make music that connects with people"
Have you ever heard of Daniel Caesar? If you answered yes to this question then congratulations, you have had your heart sing along with his angelic voice. If not, you have come to the right place.
This year in music was characterized by artists searching to make sense of what many would agree to be a strange year. On this trend, the best music sprang from the turmoil and resulted in things we would never expect - Harry Styles releasing a classic rock album, Jay-Z dropping a surprise album with politically charged undertones, rap group Brockhampton coming up from absolutely nowhere.
To celebrate the launch of MUSE's XV issue, we asked some of campus's most talented musicians to help us ring in the event. Read on to learn about what bands they'd infiltrate if they could, who their Muses are, and how they got started...
Buried in the depths all of our minds is a vault of riffs, tunes and melodies that we know from somewhere, some place. Often, we don't know the names of these songs, but they seem to be everywhere in television, video games, movies, even in the music of other artists. These are just a few of the songs whose names are occasionally forgotten, but whose melodies have been made instantly recognizable, timeless hits.
It's our favourite day of the week- Tuesday! Get ready to bounce, rock, roll, and shake at MOD night at The Brooklyn. From Little Richard to Amy Winehouse, MUSE has got you covered with the greatest hits to get you in the mood for MOD!