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Q&A with Danny Little, Magus Mabus Editor

by Alexander Chen on Friday, June 9th, 2017

Danny Little (II) acts as the new music editor for Magus Mabus, Milton’s art and literary publication. I caught up with Danny to ask about his thoughts on this year’s and future Beatniks and Beatstocks.

Q: What are your responsibilities as music editor?

A: I run the Beatniks, which involves responsibilities like bringing in equipment, organizing the set list, making sure there are snacks, running the raffles, and cleaning up. I am also in charge of the Magus Mabus CD, a product that we are not putting out this year but may return in future years in the form of a playlist or electronic album.

Q: How have beatniks gone this year?

A: This year’s Beatniks have done very well. In recent years, Beatniks have become more and more popular, and this is exactly what we like to see on Magus Mabus. More and more of the student body are coming to appreciate the musical gifts that so many here have to offer.

Q: Why are students so interested in beatniks?

A: I think Beatniks are so appealing because anybody can share and present their musical talents in a low-stakes environment. Because Beatniks are so relaxed, people can come and perform without fear of being judged, and anyone can come to see what others have prepared. Beatniks are a great experience from both the performer’s and the audience’s perspective.

Q: What is Beatstock?

A: Beatstock is the final Beatnik of the year. There are a very limited number of customized Beatstock t-shirts, and the event took place outside, which makes it unlike your ordinary Beatnik. Beatstock is a great time every year, and the atmosphere is always happy and relaxed.

Q: What’s your favorite part of Beatnik/Beatstock?

A: My favorite part of Beatniks and Beatstock is the welcoming atmosphere. One thing I love about Beatniks is that whenever somebody forgets lyrics or makes a mistake, the audience often cheers immediately afterwards to provide encouragement. This gesture reminds the performers that the situation is low-stakes and that they will be supported for sharing whatever they choose to present.

Q: What do you hope to change for next year?

A: Next year, I hope to change the CD in a way that will encourage more students to listen to it. I would imagine this would involve converting it into an electronic album so that everybody can access it at any time. I think doing something similar with the magazine itself could be beneficial, too. We want to get more people excited about our community’s visual, literary, and musical artists.


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