WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–Anyone with an Instagram account knew that Coachella took place in Coachella Valley in California this past weekend. There were a few surprise performances, but the one that stuck out most was Kesha, who was asked by producer and DJ Zedd to sing his song “True Colors.” This was the pop star’s first performance […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–Amongst all of the ridiculous rants and outbursts made by the self-proclaimed “most important living artist,” Kanye West has released a body of work titled “The Life Of Pablo” that will undoubtedly be taken seriously for an Album of the Year nominee. “The album definitely lived up to the hype and was […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.–“This year was by far the best year for hip-hop music,” said junior Natorye Miller. 2015 truly was a blockbuster year, where anyone who was anyone released music. Without a doubt it was a special year for the hip-hop genre in particular. There were many new faces that were able to make a […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ– It seems the allure of an artist often comes from his or her mystery while releasing material. Long gone are the days of shameless self-promotion, the type defined by an artist’s reliance on perpetually keeping their fans “in the know”. Damien Rice, with his latest released My Favorite Faded Fantasy, understands […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ– Apple is known for pushing the boundaries of user privacy; however, they may have one a bit too far this time. After Apple CEO Tim Cook and U2 front man Bono uploaded the bands newest album, “Songs of Innocence” to the accounts of iTunes’ 500 million customers on September 9, many […]
An exclusive interview with the band The Greatest Virtue.
Sammy Adams will be performing at Springfest here at Monmouth on May 4!
Lee Sager is an instructor in the art of Argentine tango, and he brings his skill and expertise to the Monmouth University community.
Learn about one of the very first bands in the Electronic Body Music (EBM) genre.
Monmouth University’s Music & Theatre Department performed during a joyful night of holiday music. The event, titled “Winter Song”, featured the Monmouth University Chamber Chorus, The Chamber Orchestra, The Jazz Hawks, The Harmonic Joules Glee Club, The Concert Chorus, and The Exultation Ringers of The Colts Neck Reformed Church.