When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish

By Tyler Moore, Contributing Writer SCORE: 8.5 Though she is only seventeen years old and relatively new to the music scene, Billie Eilish has already become a household name. Eilish debuted in 2016 with her haunting single, “Ocean Eyes,” which she co-wrote with brother and producer Finneas. The siblings have continued to team up on Billie’s somewhat critically contentious 2017 EP Don’t Smile at Me, … Continue reading When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill

By Nina Bosnjak, Contributing Writer Each week, Sunday School takes a second look at a classic album worth revisiting years after its release. EMMIE staff handpick releases that shaped a genre, defined a generation or deserve recognition despite being left in the distance. Keep up with Sunday School for your weekly dose of dusted-off classics and throwbacks that merit a second spin. To have released … Continue reading The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill

Jenny Lewis Was Radiant at The Sylvee

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Staff Writer Fresh off the release of her highly-anticipated fourth album On the Line, Jenny Lewis treated her Madison fans to an honest and fine-tuned performance. The indie rock icon performed new favorites in addition to older hits, all while bouncing across the Sylvee stage in glittering glory. Although some of her songs deal with heavier topics, Lewis’ … Continue reading Jenny Lewis Was Radiant at The Sylvee

Novo Amor Lights Up High Noon Saloon

  Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Staff Writer High Noon was treated to two amazing performances this past Thursday. The night started with a subdued set from Gia Margaret out of Chicago. The singer-songwriter, who describes her music as “sleep rock”, immediately had the chatty venue hooked. Her set was simple yet charming, and when Novo Amor joined her onstage for a song … Continue reading Novo Amor Lights Up High Noon Saloon