Pictured above: Julio Guerrero, Victor Valley College student In the past year there has been a sense of isolation. Stay at home orders, working from home and online classes have left many of us stuck at home with little to no physical interactions. The sense of isolation can be felt strongly unlike ever before. Getting...
Victor Valley College Discuss Their Favorite Music Genres
During the pandemic, students went about their usual hobbies to stay busy inside their homes. People had more time on their hands to read a book, some may have begun to look at workout videos on YouTube, and others continued to do school online. All these activities share one thing in common – they all work well with music.
Rising VVC Musicians That Must Be on Your Radar
This year has been one of the most emotionally confusing years that our generation has seen. While being quarantined is not the most ideal situation, creativity has been at an all-time high. This is especially true for VVC student musicians Mihkinsi Lee and Jordan Watson.
Listening to music all wrong
Top Four Music Services for Students on a budget Remember that one song you just can’t get out of your head. That one artist you can’t wait for their album to drop. That’s because music has the ability to make us feel and express ourselves in ways we can’t quite explain. People and music go...
Top 3 Apps That Add Value To Your Life
We asked Victor Valley College students to tell us about their top five favorite apps. Some students had similar social media apps while others had some that most people have never heard of. The top three discovery apps were Reddit, Spotify Stations and Waze. All these apps can add some value to your life in...
Saints and Sinners: Spending Sunday with Kanye West
"I will no longer entertain. I am not here for anyone's entertainment."
Restore Your Faith In Humanity Through Music
Breaking the monotony of everyday life is important for personal growth. If you spend any time on Instagram or Twitter, you will no doubt find yourself subjected to endless selfies and destination videos featuring massive soundscapes that produce pure euphoria.