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Fall 2023 Proposal (“Seriously” and “Butchered Tongue”)

The two songs I am proposing for my podcast project are, “Seriously,” by Sara Bareilles and Leslie Odom Jr., which explores the mind of President Obama during the 2016 election cycle, and “Butchered Tongue,” by Hozier, which tackles the consequences… Continue Reading →

“British Bombs” and “Take a Walk” Proposal

“British Bombs” by Declan McKenna The first song that I am thinking about exploring for my podcast is “British Bombs” by Declan McKenna. Declan McKenna is a 24 year old English singer, songwriter, and producer that is also involved in… Continue Reading →

“I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” and “I’m Tired” Proposal

One song I would like to investigate is “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” by My Chemical Romance. When I was in middle school, I first discovered My Chemical Romance and other punk rock musicians like Pierce the Veil and Black… Continue Reading →

“I Did Something Bad” & “Let You Down” Proposal

“I Did Something Bad” by Taylor Swift presents an unapologetic approach to her life, demonstrating that she’s done with apologizing. As a woman in the music industry and the public eye, Swift has undergone heavy scrutiny regarding things like her… Continue Reading →

Sheep by Mt Joy

For my Podcast, I will be examining the social protest song Sheep by Mt Joy. I’ve always been a fan of this band, but this song stands out and is substantially different than the rest of their music. The song’s… Continue Reading →

Proposal for “Land of the Free” by The Killers

The Killers’ song “Land of the Free” appears to touch on a wide range of the country’s most pressing issues, which was what intrigued me the first time I heard it. However, the accompanying music video narrows its focus to… Continue Reading →

Americans Proposal

The song that I am doing for this podcast project is Americans by Janelle Monae. This is song is endlessly intriguing to me in viewing it as a protest song. The main reason for this is because every time that… Continue Reading →

DNA Proposal

I am very excited to be discussing DNA by Kendrick Lamar this semester because even though he is not Harry Styles, I am very interested in further exploring how his mind works in terms of songwriting, vocal delivery, and the… Continue Reading →

Guerrilla Radio

Rage Against the Machines song Guerrilla Radio is a song that I feel represents the meaning of a protest song. As I wrote in my first listen post the whole band encompasses protesting. The band is known for their songs… Continue Reading →

“You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore

Marina Maida For the purpose of this podcast, I’d like to analyze the song “You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore, 1963, as it was re-released by Grace ft. G-Eazy in 2015. Lesley’s original version of the song is much… Continue Reading →

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