The Fordham Ram

The New Music Corner Corner Explores Hot New Tunes

September 16, 2020

When looking for the ultimate genre-bending style in today’s hip-hop industry, look no further than Quakers.

What We’re Looking Forward to this Fall (Music, Movies, TV and More)

Kieran Press-Reynolds and Rachel Gow

August 23, 2020

        1. Adele’s New Album  After a five year hiatus from music, Adele has confirmed that she will be dropping a new album in September of this year. Adele is known for her deep-cutting ballads and lyrical prose, and the album’s anticipation has been building for some time. Many believe that the artist’s divorce from Simon Konecki will be a central focus for the album.         2. “On ...

Tory Lanez silences critics on his new release. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Tory Lanez Takes Back the Mic on “The New Toronto 3”

April 22, 2020

After spending 10 years in the music industry, Tory Lanez has found his groove with “The New Toronto 3.”

The Strokes return with a triumphant album. (Courtesy of Facebook)

The Strokes Rise From the Ashes on “The New Abnormal”

April 22, 2020

With this in mind, hopefully “The New Abnormal” becomes the new normal for The Strokes.

Junior Studies Controversial Music From the 15th Century

Junior Studies Controversial Music From the 15th Century

November 13, 2019

Intrigued by a class discussion in his History of Music class with Professor Eric Bianchi, Jack McClatchy, FCRH ’21, decided to research colonial Latin American music from the Baroque period (1600–1750).

Reviewing the best albums of the decade. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Rewind the 2010s: Best Albums of the Decade

October 16, 2019

The best albums of the 2010s.

Blonde Otter plays at off-campus venues

Student Bands Thrive On and Off Campus

October 9, 2019

Various students bands are integrated into the night-life and music scenes at Fordham. They play for student crowds on Friday nights in off-campus basements, at various gigs in the Belmont neighborhood or even at school sponsored events, contributing their own style and influence to the music culture on campus.

Musical artist, Maude Latour, is a freshman at Columbia University (Courtesy of Instagram).

Maude Latour Strikes Nostalgic Chords

December 5, 2018

Maude is what the music industry needs, and I am so excited to see what else she does.

A Conversation with Canadian Dream Pop Goddess Floor Cry

November 28, 2018

The Fordham Ram spoke with the talent behind Floor Cry for a candid conversation about the DIY scene, meaningful connections made via social media and her effort to make sense of life on Earth through songwriting.

American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis .studio album In A Silent Way was released on July 30, 1969 on Columbia Records (Courtesy of Facebook).

Last Call: The Five Albums I Always Meant to Review

November 28, 2018

Like all good things, this Album Klüb, too, must pass.

Swedish rapper, songwriter and fashion desginer, Yung Lean, released Poison Ivy on Nov. 2, 2018 (Courtesy of Wikimedia).

Yung Lean’s Poison Ivy is a Further Descent into Pop

November 7, 2018

Yung Lean descends further into pop territory on his newest album, Poison Ivy, and it sort of works.

Suicide, an early electronic duo composed of singer Alan Vega and instrumentalist Martin Rev, refused to fall victim to this dulling effect.

Suicide’s Pioneering Proto-Electronica

November 7, 2018

Suicide, an early electronic duo composed of singer Alan Vega and instrumentalist Martin Rev, refused to fall victim to this dulling effect.

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