The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

EvCC student, John Roberts, listening to music on his smartphone via headphones on the second floor of White Horse Hall.

Studying and Music: Finding Balance

Emily Larson, Staff Writer February 13, 2020

OPINION: With laptops and tablets, it’s possible to see students studying without paper. Even more normal, however, is to see students studying with headphones.  Audio is a huge part of life today....

Rebecca Robinson (Killinsworth), sports a spiked collar choker and a heart-shaped padlock necklace to express her edgy style.

Artist Spotlight: Student Musician

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2019

Sitting there in her neon-pink pumps, a spike collar choker and a heart shaped padlock necklace, 18-year-old EvCC student Rebecca Robinson projected confidence. To some people her style might be a little...

Top Music of The Week

Emilee Kyle, Staff Writer May 24, 2017

Every single week, thousands of new songs are released. Trying to find the best songs out there at the moment could be a difficult task. The Clipper is here to help. Each week we will post a new weekly...

Listen Up! A Review: Bea Miller’s “Chapter One: Blue”

Listen Up! A Review: Bea Miller’s “Chapter One: Blue”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual March 14, 2017

From X-Factor’s top 10 to signed artist and actress- Bea Miller does it all. At the young age of 18, Miller has done far more than the average girl her age. In total, she has been in or a part of 16...

Colony House

Listen Up! A Review: Colony House’s “Only The Lonely”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual January 31, 2017

Bon Iver, Beck and The Flaming Lips - all musicians that influenced a genre massively. What genre would that be? The multifaceted and widespread genre of indie. Indie music is a genre made popular by...

Listen Up! A Review

Listen Up! A Review

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual November 28, 2016

Some lo-fi a day keeps the doctor away, or at least that is how the fans of Honeyblood feel. On Oct. 28, this Scottish duo released their third album “Babes Never Die” via Fat Cat Records. Throughout...

Listen Up! A Review: Michael Buble’s “Nobody but Me”

Listen Up! A Review: Michael Buble’s “Nobody but Me”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual October 31, 2016

What do easy listening, vocal jazz and big band style music have in common? The simple answer is Michael Buble. A Canadian-born artist, Buble has had 29 total albums featuring his voice. Now, some of these...

Listen Up! A Review

Listen Up! A Review

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual October 11, 2016

At a young age Niall Horan picked up a guitar in Ireland, and the rest is history. No, really though, from a young age Horan played music as a hobby; little did he know he would one day be a member of...

A hand tye dyed tee shirt hangs drying 3 days before it would be recognized on stage by the lead singer, Kelly.

Listen Up!: The Dollyrots Drop “Mama’s Gonna Knock You Out”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual February 4, 2016

Pop punk, hair to be jealous of, and a relationship you have only heard about in stories you made up as a teenager. The Dollyrots are the epitome of a small pop punk band. Consisting of Kelly and Luis...

“Dogs are Aliens” and this Album is Out of this World

Amelia Asprey, Club Member January 21, 2016

Dogs are Aliens, claims Ings on their latest EP. Ings is lullaby rock band from Seattle, Washington. Ing’s EP, “Dog Physics” is a mix of beautiful and hypnotizing vocals with melodies that are fresh...

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