The campus is alive with the sound of music, and it’s not just people playing piano in Willard. Listen to Sound Source to hear the artists you know — and don’t — within Northwestern’s local scene.
Bilingual rapper Audax the Damsel talks inspiration behind some of her songs
Audax the Damsel, a bilingual rapper from the greater Chicago area and Weinberg sophomore, spoke with The Daily about the inspiration behind some of her greatest songs, the meaning behind her name and her history as a rapper.
Sound Source: Creating Another Definition of Hip-Hop
Channing Russell is a sophomore in Medill. He recently has launched his rap career as “Chanbino.” Hear from Channing and his producer, Communication sophomore Sean Malaisrie, on what goes into creating a track.
Filling the Airwaves Remotely
WNUR seniors talk Zoom dance parties, broadcasting from a closed radio station, and leaving a community that’s defined their time at Northwestern.
Ferret Bueller is Making Music Together, Even While Apart
Communication first-year Gwen Giedeman plays in Ferret Bueller along with three other students from Chicagoland universities. The rock band’s members talk through their creative process and how they have adjusted as a result of COVID-19.
Nat Scholl’s Natural Talent to Create
While he still plays with his former band, Arch Supports, Nat Scholl is starting out as a solo musician. With an album in the works, Scholl talks about his transition between bands and his experience making music at Northwestern.
Meet People and Make Music, All Online
Meet Quadio. It’s Spotify, SoundCloud and LinkedIn all in one, and it’s for college students. We talk to the platform’s co-founder, Joe Welch, and two Northwestern students who are Quadio campus reps. One of them is an artist, the other’s a manager. Both have met collaborators through the app.