by Seth Hall Alternative music mixed with R&B comes together for a unique up-and-coming band. In 2018, R&B/ electronic band “Honors” debuted their first album titled “Feel Better.” Prior to the release […]
by Seth Hall Staff Writer Depression is an ever-growing issue that a young artist aims to confront. In the world of music, almost anything can be expressed, whether it be happiness, wealth […]
Staff Writer With his legacy album “Tha Carter V” out of the way, Lil Wayne is back experimenting with an array of styles and a maze of wordplay. It’s hard to know […]
by Cameron Smith Staff writer The accidental drug overdose of rapper Mac Miller in September 2018 sent tears and shock into not only the rap community, but also the entire music industry. […]
Vintage music has more profound, nostalgic lyrics by KAITLYN HYDE There has always been a debate between generations about what’s better – new music or the classic oldies. There are a lot of […]
Guitar legend John 5 is taking instrumental guitar to new levels with his new “Invasion” album and tour. John William Lowery, more widely known as “John 5,” has performed around the world […]
Having the opportunity to attend a live music performance is not easy for many college students who do not have the time or money to go out for such events. But for […]
A Music Ensemble class is being offered for the first time to Homeschool students who are looking to further their instrumental knowledge. The all Homeschooled Music Ensemble class is being held at […]
During the past decade, self-made rapper Russ Vitale has made a successful name for himself. Russ was born in New Jersey and currently resides in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. He is […]
Alum uses education to pursue music career, dreams Many musicians dream of touring other countries and performing with different bands. For one South Plains College alum, this dream is a reality. Aaron […]
The idea for the Texans Helping Texans benefit concert came up when Dr. Robin Satterwhite, president of South Plains College, approached Dr. Stan DeMerritt, vice president of student affairs, about what, if anything, the college could do to help.
The Creative Arts Department at South Plains College is bringing a new sound to the Levelland campus, releasing a faculty CD.
Black Sabbath fans gather inside of Jake’s Backroom on Sept. 6 to hear the all-female tribute band Black Sabbitch.
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Fans around the world are freaking out about Paramore’s newest release. As this new era approaches, everyone is eager to see what the future holds for the band. The […]
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Passionate members of the South Plains College community are uniting to make new music and spark creativity. A few students and staff members have created a song writing group within […]
by SERGIO MADRID//Editorial Assistant God shed some tears the night Blink-182 came to Lubbock. Hundreds waited in line in front of the Lonestar Amphitheater on March 28 to see Blink-182. When gates opened […]
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Fans from all over the Texas area experienced a night of excitement, head banging, and more as the “Lifelines” tour made its journey to Lubbock. I Prevail performed at […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer Residue is an alternative rock band is going for an electric rock fusion vibe. The lead singer and creator of the Austin-based modern alternative rock band is Corey Trahan. […]
by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor You could have the chance to win Garth Brook concert tickets, all while helping out a good cause. The Physical Therapist Assistant Student Organization at South Plains College […]
by ALEX PEREZ//Feature Editor Imagine being surrounded by flashing lights, people dancing and a great atmosphere created by you and your music. DJ Ramo, more commonly known as Ray Hernandez, is a […]