The Egalitarian

Review of Lana Del Rey’s “Let Me Love You Like a Woman”

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer

October 16, 2020

Lana Del Rey’s new single “Let Me Love You Like a Woman” was released Thursday night, a few hours early of its expected Friday release. A video accompaniment was released this morning as well on her YouTube channel in a vlog montage format.  The song has its spotlight on Lana’s voice, which is acco...

Weezer “blessed the rains” with a new cover album


Ana Gonzalez, Head Editor

January 26, 2019

Many of you may have heard of a different version of Toto’s “Africa” played on our Houston-area radio stations in the past eight months. If you were wondering who was the band behind it, it’s none other than Weezer, the same band that brought you “Beverly Hills”, “Say it Ain’t So”,...

Student-artist inspires with ‘Elevate’

Student-artist inspires with ‘Elevate’

Alyssa Foley, News Editor

June 30, 2017

“You can’t sing.” It was a typical day before a music appreciation class at Houston Community College when a fellow student accused Ayo Shofoluwe of not being able to sing. Ayo responded by singing John Legend’s ‘Save Room’ and their professor walked into the room as the class was...

Artistic Growth: Taz Da Realist

Houston's own Kela Johnson, also known by her performing name, Taz Da Realist, just released her lasted EP titled 'Murk Season' with the tracts 'Riot' and 'All Day.'

Jessica Alexander, Contributor

February 11, 2016

"Some say I changed. I just drew a bigger line.” – Taz (Headline Remix) There are many kinds of people, artists and music genres. Everyday, we try to discover something or someone new, especially when it comes to music. For a new vibe, look no further then Taz Da Realist. She is known as Kela...

Meet The Rest of the Guys

The Rest of the Guys rocking on set at Notsuoh. From left to right: Brandon T. Cane, Andy Cuellar, Raul Menjivar, and Matthew Gennaro.

Christopher Joseph, Staff Writer

February 16, 2015

“The Rest of the Guys” have played at local Houston hot spots such as Fitzgerald’s and Notsuoh. These guys have been playing music since 2012 and they soon plan to release a full album and also go on tour. “Music is something I cherish a lot in my life, music is something I want to do as a career,” Menjivar explained. “We are a mix of different genres from alternative rock to a little bit more hard rock to punk rock and some indie,” said Menjivar about the band’s sound. The band’s influence is diverse when it comes to its members. Some are influenced by Iggy Pop, Weezer, Led Zeppelin, Arctic Monkeys, and Aaron Carter.

HCC Southwest College Studio Class Recital 2014

Dr. Andrea Jaber accompanied for Helen Zhang and Jane Shao.

Chutiya Metheesupapak, Contributor

December 17, 2014

On Dec 6, HCC Southwest Music Department of Fine Arts started off the Christmas Season with the performances of voice students featuring in “HCC Southwest College Studio Class Recital” at HCC Fine Arts Center Recital Hall, Stafford Campus. The audience members were mostly friends, family members...

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