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Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer How do you go about loving a piece of art that openly expresses itself as a medium for its author’s suffering? Should it be revered by listeners for its ability to channel personal hardships into appreciable creations, or rather approached as a deeply disquieting account of a person’s …

Photo by Matt Masters / Sidelines Archives Julien Baker has come a long way from crashing in strangers’ homes playing house shows. The former MTSU student practically blew up overnight after her 2015 release, “Sprained Ankle.” Since then, fans have been anxiously awaiting her new work, especially after her announcement earlier this year that she …

Photo by Matt Masters / Sidelines Archive Middle Tennessee State University’s very own Julien Baker is a testament to where hard work and determination can lead you. The 21-year-old musician and guitarist has found success down many paths, but she recently landed one of her biggest gigs to date: opening for Paramore at the MontanaFair. …

Story by Brinley Hineman // Assistant News Editor | Hannah Lyle // Contributing Writer  Photo by Paste Magazine  FRIDAY The Front Bottoms The Front Bottoms performed at the Boulevard stage on Friday, opening with “Skeleton.” The New Jersey four-piece has come a long way from couch surfing their way throughout the northeast, playing shows wherever …

Story by Dylan Skye Aycock // Editor-in-Chief | Olivia Ladd // Assistant Lifestyles Editor Photo by Dylan Skye Aycock The 2016 Beale Street Music Festival began Friday night in Memphis, Tennessee as a part of the city’s annual Memphis in May celebration. Artists including Neil Young, Beck, Julien Baker, Paul Simon, Moon Taxi, Modest Mouse …

Photo by Matt Masters // Sidelines Archive Julien Baker, an English major at MTSU, has been on the rise in the music world over the past year. Since the release of her album Sprained Ankle, the young singer-songwriter has embarked on two tours across America and amassed tons of recognition for her work. She’s made …