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Concert Review: Lorde

Concert Review: Lorde

Giliann Karon

April 12, 2018


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DISCLAIMER: Lorde doesn‰'t have a Bandcamp, but I couldn‰'t resist writing about her. I thanked my Uber driver and followed groups of teenage girls wearing crop tops and bearded men in zip up hoodies. We collectively booked it down 7th St. and darted past purple flags that bore “The Anthem.‰”...

Appointment or Disappointment, Whatever I‰’ll Be Fine

Appointment or Disappointment, Whatever I‰’ll Be Fine

Rosa Pyo

April 11, 2018


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Time is a peculiar thing. My thoughts are not thinking straight, therefore I am writing this in bullets because that‰'s how I‰'m thinking. I‰'m feeling hazy. Like smoke. Whatever, here is a list of my thoughts on Pinegroves‰' Old Friends. The name of the album is “Cardinal,‰” like the fou...

Mirror in the Sky

Mirror in the Sky

Johanna Zenn

April 10, 2018


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While writing “Landslide,‰” Stevie Nicks most likely did not anticipate the impact that it would have upon endless generations of young people who were desperate to understand the endless changes in the transition into adulthood. At 25, she was going through these growing pains, having to decide...

An Interview with Acid Dad

An Interview with Acid Dad

Milo Paul

April 10, 2018


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I went to the Acid Dad show for Teen Mortgage, not going to lie. I knew the latter band way better than the former, and I felt like free tickets to interview some relatively unknown group would just mean a free Teen Mortgage show. This isn‰'t wrong, but it also isn‰'t completely right. Nah., the...

To Hurt or Not To Hurt‰Û_

To Hurt or Not To Hurt‰Û_

Morgan Bluma

April 9, 2018


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We are going to go a little mainstream with the music this week. But this album was just released so it seems appropriate. I am looking at one specific song from the album but you should definitely listen to the entire album as it is fairly well done. I wanted to discuss The Weeknd because most of his...

Keasbey Nights 20 Years and Two Recordings Later

Keasbey Nights 20 Years and Two Recordings Later

Jonathan Skufca

April 5, 2018


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A few weeks ago, on March 24, third-wave ska classic Keasbey Nights celebrated its 20th birthday. It initially served as Catch 22‰'s debut record, as well as only with Tomas Kalnoky as the lead singer. He later went on to become the lead singer and primary songwriter of Streetlight Manifesto, a band...

24 years post-mortem: My five favorite Nirvana songs

24 years post-mortem: My five favorite Nirvana songs

Shannon Durazo

April 5, 2018


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Kurt Cobain has been dead for a while now. 24 years to the day to be exact, and since his highly-publicized suicide in 1994 there have been just as many conspiracies as obituaries. Underneath all the loose ends surrounding his death though, one thing is clear in his contribution to the music world as...

How the Voices of the Past Carry Me Forward

How the Voices of the Past Carry Me Forward

Nora Turner

April 4, 2018


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This past month in DC, thousands of young people descended on the Mall for the March for our Lives. Howard University students stormed their financial aid office after half a million dollars was stolen from their student aid funds. In Sacramento, California, hundreds of folk risked their own liv...

Look at Me!: The Underlying Power in LCD Soundsystem

Look at Me!: The Underlying Power in LCD Soundsystem

VerÌ_nica Del Valle

April 3, 2018


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Few things are unequivocally true in the world of music, but at least two are heralded as unspoken rules as. One: music is a game of power. Two: power is not meant for the marginalized. The intersections of power and voice allow for non-men and LGBT+ individuals to be written out of the narratives...

Over/Under 2: The Bad Mood Kanye

Over/Under 2: The Bad Mood Kanye

Daniel Sohn

April 3, 2018


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In which we take a look at the overrated “Runaway‰” and the underrated “Pinocchio Story‰Û We sure do love confessional songs. Maybe it‰'s the idea of humanizing celebrities—just as paparazzi candids of stars pumping gas allow us to peel away at the lifestyles of the rich and famous, self-deprecation allows artists to amplify ...

Weekly Album Roundup: March 30

Weekly Album Roundup: March 30

WVAU Music Staff

March 30, 2018


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WVAU Music Staff reviews new albums each week! Here‰'s what the group has reviewed for the week of March 30. Capital Boogie Ravyn Lenae - Crush EP   Raveena - I Won't Mind/Wherever You Go Popish Rhye - Blood AAA (Guitars and such) Frankie Cosmos - Vessel (Sub Pop) [dream pop] // Dre...

Take Me Back Home Part 1 – Miami

Take Me Back Home Part 1 – Miami

Katherine Mickewich

March 30, 2018


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Upon deciding what to write this week, I became inspired by thinking all of the people i‰'ve met at AU. Though American is not the most racially diverse place, it is pretty geographically diverse. I‰'ve met people here from Missouri to Hawaii to South Korea, and most of my friends are from vastly different...

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