Music

Alternative rock band Microwave had to postpone and cancel dates on its world tour, set to cover the U.S. and U.K., due to the continued spread of the novel coronavirus. Cases of COVID-19 have risen …

Music

Social distancing and limited gatherings amid the coronavirus crisis have brought touring plans in the music industry to a screeching halt.  The novel coronavirus has been spreading around the world at a rapid rate, amounting …

Music

As Loyola students join thousands across the country in staying indoors to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, The Phoenix has crafted a playlist to get you through the COVID-19 insanity — whether you …

The Music Beat

Columns are basically just publically written therapy, right? I mean, that’s what I’m telling myself as I write this. Unless you’ve already self-quarantined and cut yourself off from the world for the past few months, …

Events

St. Patrick’s Day exists in a strange middle ground of holidays, not a forgettable one like Arbor Day but not necessarily a family-based celebration like Hanukkah, so it can be a challenge to find something …

The Music Beat

I remember the exact moment One Direction blew up. I was 13 years old, scrolling on the iTunes homepage of my gen-one iPad. I saw a photo of the soon-to-be world-famous One Direction — fluffy …

Music

Most teenagers don’t get to kickstart a music career by singing in front of 20,000 people opening for rock band Chicago at the last minute. But 19-year-old indie-pop artist Annie O’Malley isn’t trying to be …

Arts & Entertainment

Punk rock band Beach Slang hasn’t introduced anything new with its album “The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City,” released Jan. 10. The Philadelphia natives try to capture classic rock but without a clear creative direction …