• WE Day WE Day is a special, almost sacred space. If you haven’t been to one, it’s no surprise: no tickets are sold. Instead, students and educators earn their ticket, by registering for the WE Schools program and completing one local and one global action relating to a social justice issue. Youth can also earn their way […] Damn Magazine 3 min read
  • Walk Her Walk OK Go partnered with Morton Salt for the new music video “One Moment” (check it out on the band’s Facebook page). Why is a 168-year-old salt company making music videos? Here’s what Morton Salt had to say about it: “The One Moment music video is filled with color, energy and wonder. It’s unlike any other. […] Emily Kennedy 2 min read
  • Rykka With constant touring some artists feel like they barely have one home, but some are lucky enough to have two. Canadian-Swiss artist Rykka has spent her life between her two home countries, and is now using her career as a musician to make the most of her unique situation, with her tour for latest album […] Owen Maxwell 4 min read
  • Wyclef Jean Wants to Be President, Again Political songs, like a lot of rap music, are immediate. With so much relevance to the time they come out that they rarely have the ability to be relevant again. But there is the occasional political track that has a broader, timeless feel. Wyclef Jean’s “If I Was President” is certainly one of these tracks, […] Owen Maxwell 2 min read