Embracing Your Anti-Muse

By Epiphany Johnican “Muse” is a term used to describe someone who inspires the work of another. In Greek mythology, the Muses were nine goddesses who presided over the arts, including music and literature. Each muse was connected to a different art form. For example, Polyhymnia was the muse of sacred poetry and Euterpe was [...]

What’s Up with Chastity Belt?

Reviewed by: Josie Stahler Photo via Kyle Johnson I discovered Chastity Belt in 2017 when their latest single, “Dull,” came up on shuffle. As soon as the song flooded my ears, I knew I stumbled upon something amazing. The Washington-based band evokes a moody-girl rock, with a twinge of sarcastic humor. They were  my introduction [...]

The Much-Needed Mental Health Playlist

By: Epiphany Johnican Mental Health Awareness Day may be October 10th, but mental health should be taken care of in one’s everyday life. It’s not always easy to admit you’re not okay. New Roads Behavioral Health offers five warning signs of mental illness to watch for, especially when you have two or more of these [...]