In honor of Women’s History Month and everything that is femme, here is a showcase of some current favorite artists to highlight feminine power and brilliance. We’ve got names, genres and rizz factor, plus a pretty good playlist, too.
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WUSC DJs come together to bring you different musical takes on the holiday.
So, I’ve had this idea recently. Themed sets with playlists that make you feel things.I want to feel colors.It’s like that scene in Ratatouille, when Remy is trying to teach his brother about food and he’s giving his brother things to try and asking him how they make him feel. When Remy bites into these foods, music that somehow sounds just like cheese starts to play, and colors burst across the screen. The artists did a really rad job of pairing these flavors with their own music and color. It’s easily one of the most underrated scenes in the movie. That’s what I want to do, though not on such an extremely brilliant level.So here’s my playlist of more obvious colors: either the artist or the song features a color. Each song is also really fun and I had a great time discovering new artists this way. I hope you enjoy, xoxo DJ Bear
Previous Long Islander and lifelong musician Louis Rubino has been playing instruments and writing music since he was five years old. He’s a jack of all trades (later in this article: the million things he is studying) and can play piano, guitar, bass, ukulele, various wind instruments and drums. Hand him an instrument (except flute, we don’t do flute) and he could probably play something from it.
Be sure to check out DJ Bear's vinyl origins HERE!
My vinyl story has two parts- it starts with my mom’s love of it before she had me, and continues when I reintroduced it into our family around five years ago.