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Four Albums for National Poetry Month

Four Albums for National Poetry Month

James Lepinsky

April 4, 2019

The great philosopher by the name of Mac DeMarco once said in an interview, “being a musician is half being a poet.” And since April is officially National Poetry Month, I wanted to celebrate the albums and poet-sicians (you can use that free of charge, Merriam-Webster) that perfectly blended the art ...

In Our Feelings: Rolling Stones Postponed, But Still Going Strong

In Our Feelings: Rolling Stones Postponed, But Still Going Strong

Morgan Bluma

April 4, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=35&v=O4irXQhgMqg Just recently, the Rolling Stones announced their decision to postpone their North American and Canadian leg of their 2019 “No Filter” tour which would have ran from April 20thto July 29th. When the postponement was originally announced, fa...

The Social Dig: “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised”

The Social Dig: “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised”

Chanell Noise

April 3, 2019

I know we’re a couple of days into April but if I could just rewind: I took great care to listen to talented women during March (AKA Women’s History Month) and it was pretty uplifting. There are ladies speaking volumes via their music and Baltimore’s Joy Postell is one of them. Postell’s debut album, Diaspora, dropped...

Review: Better Oblivion Community Center

Review: Better Oblivion Community Center

Jacob Tracey

April 3, 2019

2018 shaped up to be the year of unexpected duos blowing critics and listeners minds alike! From Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper to Kanye West & Kid Cudi, great minds came together all last year to create beautiful and stunning albums. Continuing that trend into 2019, alternative and indie music have...

Review: ROIDZ – Fight Night

Review: ROIDZ – Fight Night

Gwyn Morgan

April 2, 2019

Following a two-year hiatus, New Zealand punk recording project Roidz returned to the music scene last month with their new album, FIGHT NIGHT. The album is a departure from their previous work in purpose and sound, combining gritty garage punk and dreamy indie pop to convey what songwriter Daniel Smith...

Who the Hell is Mike Krol and Where Has He Been My Whole Life?

Who the Hell is Mike Krol and Where Has He Been My Whole Life?

Milo Paul

April 2, 2019

(First of all, go play Monster Prom. Stop reading this article, play one round of that game, and then come back. You’ll thank me later.) Anyway, if you’ve followed my instructions, there’s a chance you heard the song “15 Minutes” by Mike Krol playing through Monster Prom’s end credits, mind...

MetaMusician Know Your Heroes

MetaMusician Know Your Heroes

Sam Graziano

April 1, 2019

As a musician, I have always seen the benefit identifying who my role models were. Watching my idols play helped me understand how I wanted to create music. Personally, being inspired by someone was never about imitating them. Musical role models became similar to life coaches, helping me be successf...

Capitol Boogie 2019: Tobi Lou + O-Slice

Capitol Boogie 2019: Tobi Lou + O-Slice

Miguel Wilson, Web Staffer

March 28, 2019

The end of another semester looms ahead... Obviously, all of us are struggling and some of us may or may not be developing an addiction to caffeine (definitely not me). But who cares? It’s time for Capitol Boogie! This Saturday, March 30th, we have Tobi Lou and O-Slice gracing the stage...

Carly Rae Jepsen is Back, We Are All Saved

Carly Rae Jepsen is Back, We Are All Saved

Johanna Zenn, Web Staffer

March 27, 2019

Remember when you were 14 and watched The Perks of Being a Wallflower for the first time and thought it was the most profound piece of art that you’ve ever seen in your life? Remember when Emma Watson dangerously stuck her head out of the sun roof while “Heroes” by David Bowie was playing? It’s...

Agendered and Going On a Bender: Punk Created by a Non-binary Fan PT.2

Agendered and Going On a Bender: Punk Created by a Non-binary Fan PT.2

Milo Paul, Web Staffer

March 26, 2019

If there’s any shared consensus between the disputing voices in my head, it’s that I grew up lost. In a lot of ways I felt as though I had been born lost because answers weren’t ever immediately accessible. The inherent problem that comes with being non-binary is that I wasn’t even given this...

In Our Feelings: My Love, Stevie Nicks

In Our Feelings: My Love, Stevie Nicks

Morgan Bluma, Web Staffer

March 25, 2019

Stevie Nicks is over here stealing hearts and making history once again. She will be inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a second time as a solo artist. She was first inducted to the Hall of Fame In 1998 with Fleetwood Mac. She is the first female to be inducted twice to the Hall of F...

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