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The Snuts: Breaking Away from Major Labels
Marissa Miller March 4, 2024

Glasgow-based band, The Snuts, decided last year to break away from their major label Parlophone Records (a subsidiary of Warner Music Group)...

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Grace Jones = Punk Icon
Evin St Laurent March 1, 2024

Happy Women’s History Month! Women have been at the forefront of many prominent musical and cultural movements, and the punk movement is no exception. Although many people today seemingly have a specific image in their...

A promotional poster for WVAUs Kay Basement punk show on Mar. 2.
Kay Basement Preview: Local Orange, Mannequin Fight, TORO and Home Remedies
Samantha Merar-Osborne March 1, 2024

It’s back. WVAU’s biggest, loudest event of the semester is back this Saturday, Mar. 2, in the Kay Spiritual Life Center Basement. The Kay Basement concert is a long-standing WVAU tradition that goes back to at least...

The promotional poster for the movie Waves, distributed by A24. Photo credits:
The Musicality Genius of A24’s “Waves”
Marley Hollister February 25, 2024

Spoiler warning for the movie "Waves"   “Waves” is a 2019 film directed by Trey Edward Shults. The movie has two distinct parts with the first half of the film following older brother Tyler Williams and his...

David Byrne, the creative mind behind the musical American Utopia, performing his musical while holding a plastic brain. Byrne is best known for his work within the band Talking Heads. Photo credits: David Byrnes American Utopia on Max.
The Talking Heads' American Utopia
Alia Messina February 25, 2024
Lights up. David Byrne of the Talking Heads stands in the middle of an empty stage, clad in a gray suit, barefoot, holding a human brain. “Here”, he says, is the beginning of his American Utopia. 
The album cover for Kali Uchis newest release, Orquídeas. Photo credits: Kali Uchis.
Orquídeas Album Review
Alana Parker February 21, 2024

On Jan. 12, 2024, Latin pop star Kali Uchis released her fourth studio album and second Spanish-language album, “Orquídeas.” As a fan of Uchis since the release of her 2015 album, “Por Vida,” I was ecstatic about...

Madi Diaz, a Nashville-based folk pop musician. Photo credits:
Madi Diaz: 17 years in the making
Marissa Miller February 20, 2024

Folk pop is finally mainstream! With artists like Noah Kahan becoming international stars, the era of folk / indie pop is upon us. Madi Diaz has been putting out music since 2007. After releasing five full-length albums,...

Cover art for girl in red singles we fell in love in october and forget her courtesy of Apple Music
Happy Valentine's Gay!
Evin St Laurent February 14, 2024

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! My name is Evin and welcome to my first ever article for WVAU! A fun fact about me is I adore love songs. There’s truly nothing better than music that yanks at the depths of your soul and...

Darrien Kiely at DC9
Emily’s Earbuds: Darren Kiely leaves DC9 in a worshipful trance 
Emily Kreher February 13, 2024
Darren Kiely proved himself an excellent live performer, stunned with beautiful acoustic set and his emotional showstopper “Mom & Dad.”
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Emily’s Earbuds: My Latest Hyper-Fixation, Darren Kiely, Will Bless Us With His Presence On Feb. 3 at DC9
Emily Kreher January 30, 2024

Darren Kiely, an up and coming Irish folk-pop artist, comes to DC the first weekend of February. His first ever single, “How Could You Love Me,” came out in 2022, followed by a few more singles from the EP Lost, which...

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