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Bob Kabeya also known on stage as Miloe performs one of his most popular songs, Winnona during his opening act at Thalia Hall on Feb. 2nd.

Midwest made, seen worldwide : Up-and-coming artist Miloe visits Thalia Hall

Amber Stoutenborough, Multimedia Managing Editor February 5, 2023

Bob Kabeya isn’t just another 22-year-old who grew up in the Midwest. Under his stage name “Miloe”, Kabeya has produced songs with over 7 million plays on Spotify, had an opening act tour with The...

DeJamz: Black History Month

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor February 5, 2023

Although unjustly short, Black History Month is a powerful reminder of the Black community's contributions, influences and triumphs. While DeJamz may only focus on music, there is no question that all...

Italian rock band Maneskin promotes their new album Rush with a preformance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

“Rush” Review: Cynical retellings of deserved fame

Claire Tweedie, SGA Beat Writer January 29, 2023

Relying on catchy lyrics and an energetic punk sound, Måneskin’s newest album “Rush” is a certified crowd-pleaser with enough edge to satisfy old fans and versatility for those who only recently...

Midwest emo DeJamz

Jonah Weber, Assistant Arts and Life Editor January 29, 2023

Midwest emo is one of the many genres that were quintessential in my high school upbringing. What is it, though? It’s a subgenre of emo music that focuses on very well curated guitar riffs and very...

Duster DeJamz

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor January 22, 2023

Characterized by melodies of sheer melancholy, the slowcore genre was born from a rebellion against the traditional intensity and aggression of grunge music. Although we could discuss the highs and lows...

DeJamz: BabyTron and friends

Erik Uebelacker, Editor in Chief January 15, 2023

Eminem and Big Sean are the Detroit rap legends of old. But there’s a new king in town, and his name is BabyTron. The 22-year-old scam rapper from Ypsilanti, Michigan exploded in popularity last year...

Editors picks: The best media from 2022

Editor’s picks: The best media from 2022

Lilly Keller and Jonah Weber January 8, 2023

While the task of selecting the best media from 2022 may be daunting, we cannot ignore exactly how bountiful this year has been in terms of iconic releases. From books, to movies, to television and of...

A flyer posted on Instagram by @dab_depaul advertising Demon Jam on Jan. 12.

Unhinged in a good way: Spencer Sutherland and NEZZA to play Demon Jam

Lily Lowndes, Social Media Editor January 8, 2023

A free concert is coming to DePaul. DePaul Activities Board (DAB) announced singers Spencer Sutherland and NEZZA as the headlining and opening acts for Demon Jam. First time hearing about Demon Jam?...

DeJamz: the best of 2022

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor January 8, 2023

Although 2022 may be behind us, it would be a travesty to leave behind the year's best releases so quickly. Whether your personal year was good, bad or somewhere in between, I believe we can all agree...

The New Orleans punk band released their 4th album Endure, highlighting themes of politics and societal breakdown.

Special Interest’s latest release “Endure” highlights the unsteadiness of America’s political climate

Cormick Costello, Contributing Writer November 16, 2022

About three quarters into the track “(Herman’s) House” by New Orleans based punk act Special Interest, a group of vocalists chant “ooouahh ooouahh” over and over during a musical breakdown. It’s...

My Mind and Me: A candid glimpse into fame and its shadow

‘My Mind and Me’: A candid glimpse into fame and its shadow

Olivia Moosey, Contributing Writer November 14, 2022

“Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me,” is a raw documentary about Selena Gomez, showing an honest and sincere portrayal of the journey to stardom. Directed by Alek Keshishian, the film feels as if we are...

DeJamz – November exhaustion

Lilly Keller, Arts and Life Editor November 13, 2022

As the temperature begins to slip and shades of gray perpetually swallow the sun, I, like many others, am starting to feel the full weight of fall quarter on my shoulders. Perhaps it is the ungodly amount...

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