Articles by Ty Shelton

Ty Shelton is a freshman music writer majoring in International Studies at the College. Originally from Louisville, KY, (which makes her half yankee) she enjoys reading novels usually set during the Civil War, playing electric guitar, and looking through archived websites from the 90s.


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Music That Made the 90s

Nirvana: Chances are, if you ask a person to name only one band from the ‘90s, their answer would be Nirvana. The creators and kings of a genre that was born and died in the ‘90s, Nirvana served as a flagship for Gen X’s entire philosophy on life and perfectly encapsulated the restlessness and rebellion…

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Beware of Dog: Four Girls’ Impacting the Charleston Music Scene for Themselves and for Others

This is Beware of Dog to the curious observer: Four girls with a youthful fiery passion for music and art, and most of all, sharing that passion with others. Their website, (bewareofdogproductions.com), is filled with the pastel pink of adolescence, photos of cigarettes and guitars covered with stickers– the header under their main photo reads:…

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Suspiria Review

Just like the film the soundtrack was written for, if you have any expectations for what Thom Yorke’s debut soundtrack work on Luca Guadagnino’s remake film Suspiria will sound like– get rid of them now. Throughout 25 tracks, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke takes viewers–and listeners–on a kaleidoscopic journey through music; not found here are the…

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Skylight: How Pinegrove Comes to Terms With Themselves (And How You Can Too)

“…I wanna do much better,” Pinegrove’s lead singer Evan Stephens Hall laments on Pinegrove’s new Skylight final track, “Light On.” In light of the controversy surrounding the band’s latest self-released album, these foreboding words might sound eerie and disconcerting– but still remain completely and quintessentially Pinegrove. In the wake of the #MeToo era, Pinegrove, more…

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