IT’S PERFECTLY QUEER THESE LGBTQIA2S+ ARTISTS ROCK

A short history of where queerness and music intersect, with a playlist that encompasses it all.

SHARING THE LOVE OF MUSIC

PS: I cried for an entire weekend in third-grade when my dad went to Seattle with his friends to see a Paul McCartney concert without me. Apparently, I had school, but that’s just a lame excuse, and I still bug him about it to this day.

JAPANESE JAZZ AND HIP-HOP: RETURNING THE FAVOUR

Thanks to the contributions of these artists and many others, the world of music have simply been made better. For Asian Heritage Month, I want to share a corner of music that fascinates me. There’s a playlist as well as some youtube videos – feel free to leave the tab open in the background and relax!

CELEBRATING ASIAN HERITAGE THROUGH MUSIC

Happy API Heritage Month! In honour of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in Canada, MUSE would like to celebrate with a playlist highlighting the diversity of artists making a statement in the music industry.

BILLIE 2.0

How Billie Eilish is “normalizing real bodies” worldwide.

APRIL’S SPICY SINGLES

April Catch Up!

MOM-ENTS TO REMEBER

MOMMM! Can I interview you for Muse?

MUSIC THAT DEFINES QUEEN’S: THE 1960S

The final article in a series exploring the music alumni associate with their time at Queen’s University.  On a Wednesday morning before class, I called […]

JACK’S MUSIC CORNER: REGIONALITY OF HIP-HOP

If there’s one thing that has defined hip-hop since the 90s it has been its regionalism. From the East vs West battles between Death Row […]