City Rhythm: Music Under New York

As he pushes a plastic cart with his piano down the large corridor of Penn Station subway solo singer Gabriel Aldort laughed with me about the joke of the communal dollar, a tall tale among subway musicians that they’ve at one point all received the exact same $1 bill. Part of the Music Under New … Continue reading City Rhythm: Music Under New York

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Campus radio show hosts exclusive interviews with underground artists

Two college students hosted up-and-coming musical artist JP Saxe, artist manager Adam Zinke, and three students at the campus radio station on Wednesday, leaving even the largest of studios in Whitehead Hall toasty and crowded. Even the crack of the speaker in the top right corner amid the nor’easter outside was not enough to break … Continue reading Campus radio show hosts exclusive interviews with underground artists

5 Storytelling Lessons from an NYC Radio Station

I've recently started a new position as the Media Assistant to a campus radio show. It's called "TBA w/ Felicia and Jane", and it tracks all these underground and indie music styles across the country. Not to toot the horn of friends and colleagues, but these women work beautifully at their passion for music- a core … Continue reading 5 Storytelling Lessons from an NYC Radio Station