I’ll admit, Christmas music is my favorite kind of music too, and while I am looking forward to listening to all of my favorite Christmas albums on repeat, I can wait.
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DJ Khaled is back to giving us those “All I do is win” moments.
Fortunate Youth lives off of good vibes and spreads their love through reggae music throughout the country.
Deep within the East Village of Des Moines, the newest addition to the city’s collection of concert venues thrives.
Wooly’s, established in 2012, is a popular place to see live music for a fair price.
STORY BY JACOB MCKAY The Weeknd is our generation’s Michael Jackson. I immediately came to this realization after hearing the full version of Beauty Behind the Madness, the Weeknd’s new studio album. The project arrived on September 4th, bringing with it an insane amount of expectations. The Weeknd is not […]
Christian Berishaj, known by his stage pseudonym JMSN, lent his voice to a crowd gathered at Vaudeville Mews in downtown Des Moines on the night of Aug. 26.
What makes the “song of the summer”?
At 7 p.m. on May 6, doors will open at Wooly’s in Des Moines East Village to feature the talents of up-and-coming country singer Bryson Jennings.
Punk/alternative rock band Yellowcard has been around for over 15 years. Still going strong today, they played Wooly’s in downtown Des Moines Friday, April 10. The concert was for their current tour in support of their new album “Lift a Sail.” Violinist and backup vocalist Sean Mackin provides some insight about playing a Yellowcard show, being a violinist in a rock band and their new sound.
I get a feeling that live music here in Des Moines is making a comeback from the digital age of music downloads and Spotify we see today.
A cappella offers more to students than simply music. It offers a community.
This year’s Oscar nominated movies were full of great music, new and old. My playlist is a combination of both instrumental music and lyrical music because it’s all awesome.
iversity of Iowa music students performed a paino recital based on a popular Chilean revolutionary song for the first time Saturday.
STORY BY ANNELISE TARNOWSKI Future Islands may have been the best show in Des Moines this year. They are an East Coast group that got its start at East Carolina University in 2006, beginning with a few self-released singles and EPs. They sound like 90s grunge meets 80s synth-pop, with […]