Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Number of Articles: 4
First Article: October 27, 2021
Latest Article: September 7, 2022
By Nii-Ayi Aryeetey '23
September 7, 2022
This summer, Beyoncé dropped her hit album “Renaissance.” WAMH Events Coordinator Nii-Ayi Aryeetey ’23 delves into the album’s joyous and dynamic tracks, heavily inspired by Black music genres, including House, Ballroom, and disco.
March 23, 2022
Charli XCX’s newest album “CRASH” is an evolution of the pop star. WAMH Events Coordinator Nii-Ayi Aryeetey ’23 explains that she updates her signature pop style with layered references to musical movements from past decades.
February 9, 2022
WAMH Events Coordinator Nii-Ayi Aryeetey ’23 reviews electronic pop artist yeule's new album, "Glitch Princess," an ambient yet unsettling exploration of body dysmorphia through immersive soundscapes and cathartic songwriting.
October 27, 2021
Sweden is hardly the first place that comes to mind when anyone thinks about hip-hop music, but the Stockholm-based artist collective Drain Gang have developed significant influence in the scene. WAMH host Nii Aryeetey '23 covers the group’s rise.