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Fall music in our ears

Understanding the student body by knowing what they listen to.
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As the fall season continues on, music tastes start to adapt to the new season. Students soon begin to roam the hallways with various types of headphones. Michaela Nguyen (‘25) listens to under the radar artists, says she relates to the music, listening to those artists on a daily basis, not just during autumn, showing how much she really enjoys the artists.

“Music helps me calm down, relieve stress and focus on homework. Artists like Wave to Earth, Girl in Red, and Qumu help a lot. Wave to Earth has a special place for me because of their unique style from other Korean bands, having slower music and just overall being more calm, letting me just get to know the music so much better,” Nguyen said.

Brianna Lackey (‘27) describes the songs that she found on social media that reminded her about the mood and tone of the autumn season.

“I found songs from social media such as August from Taylor Swift off of Instagram. The song Maneater [by Daryll Hall, Hall & Oates, and John Oates] remind me of the fall season.” Lackey said.

Kai Radner (‘27) made it known that the song “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett reminds him of the fall season. Radner states that listening to songs like Monster Mash just makes him look forward to halloween and the autumn season.

“The first thing to come to my mind about fall is Halloween, my favorite all time season. Hearing this song just reminds me of one of the best times of year, and hearing Monster Mash around this time just makes this time of year much better,” Radner said.

Cameron Farmer (‘27) mentioned that Eminem was a special artist during the autumn season, mentioning how the artist made mellow music.

“Songs like Lose yourself are good, especially because of the tone it gives off.”
Other student’s may listen to different artists, being that there is a wide variety of genres to pick from.

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