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100 gecs is breaking pop

100 gecs is breaking pop

Lily Frick, features writer

October 10, 2019

Dylan Brady and Laura Les' debut album, “1000 gecs,” has been featured in the New York Times, The Fader, Pitchfork and more.

Lover, Lover Not

Lover, Lover Not

Grace Klebe, print managing editor

October 8, 2019

Taylor Swift released her newest album, "Lover", on August 23, 2019. Read Grace Klebe's review here.

Songs of the summer

Songs of the summer

Sophie Chappell, web editor

August 15, 2019

Do you love music? Do you constantly wonder what others listen to? Check out the top five songs of the summer and see if these bops made it onto your playlist as well!

Time to talk with TKC episode 02: the making of a musical

Time to talk with TKC episode 02: the making of a musical

Maddie Hawes, associate editor

March 12, 2019

Time to talk with TKC anchor Maddie Hawes sits down with Max Reinert, junior, and Jared Goudsmit, senior, to talk about their success at the MO Thespian conference in the Musical Works contest. The contest required contestants to write a score for an opening number of an original musical and the win...

TKC plays Cupid Shuffle

TKC plays Cupid Shuffle

Catherine Butler, opinions writer

February 14, 2019

Cupid Shuffle is a Valentine's Day themed card game, similar to Mixtape and Apples to Apples. One player, the judge, will select a card describing a scenario, and each of the other players will think of a song that matches that scenario. Players take turns playing their songs and the judge picks the...

New music releasing in 2019

New music releasing in 2019

Riley Arns, sports writer

February 11, 2019

  For all the music enthusiasts out there, this is a comprehensive list of most of the new music that is scheduled to release this year. Ariana Grande - “thank u, next” Although Ariana Grande just released her album “Sweetener” in August 2018, she is expected to drop a new album t...

KHS Spotify Wrapped

KHS Spotify Wrapped

Daniel Kim, sports editor

December 16, 2018

With one single swipe, people have access to all the music in the world. Thanks to the invention of the smartphone and music streaming apps such as Spotify, listening to music anywhere has never been easier. Spotify users can check out how many minutes they listened to music in a year and who their t...

Music to my ears

Music to my ears

Paisley Regester, features writer

December 13, 2018

A passion for music can take many forms for students at KHS. Whether they are solo musicians, in bands or members of private music programs, performing both for online communities and live in front of thousands, these four KHS students never want to stop doing what they love: making music. Madelyn...

Your political tweets are toxic to democracy

Your political tweets are toxic to democracy

Austin Cleveland, sports writer

December 11, 2018

If you back the second amendment, then you are a Republican. If you support proposition C, then you are a Democrat. If you just Google searched proposition C, or the second amendment, then you probably are the average American youth; one whose political informativeness never stretches outside the walls o...

Teacher music Q&A: Adam Rowland

Teacher music Q&A: Adam Rowland

Sophie Chappell, features writer

December 2, 2018

This series of articles will contain the musical interests of four teachers at KHS: Lisa Hellmich, history teacher, Jason Evans, history teacher, Cindy Kohler, French teacher and Adam Rowland, English teacher. TKC asked about each teacher’s five favorite songs right now as well as their general ta...

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