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Betrayal

Betrayal

Morgan Bluma

November 16, 2017


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Just to prep y‰'all, this post sort of relates to my last one, so check it out. I remember the first time I saw this band. They opened for The Neighbourhood (another great band) at Summerfest in Milwaukee some years ago. It was my first concert ever, and I was not disappointed. I remember being ...

Morgan Saint is the Real Deal

Morgan Saint is the Real Deal

Calkie Fisseha, General Manager

November 15, 2017


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Still taken by in-studio shot by Brian Harrington Morgan Saint is awesome. She‰'s talented, stylish, and dedicated. Although she‰'s quiet, she knows what she wants. Her debut EP, 17 Hero, dropped in mid-October and she‰'s ready to show the world what she‰'s about. Before her first stop on tour, Mor...

“Adult Alternative;‰” or “White Guy With an Acoustic Guitar‰Û

“Adult Alternative;‰” or “White Guy With an Acoustic Guitar‰Û

Jonathan Skufca

November 15, 2017


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Matt Nathanson is one of the few acts I have had the privilege of seeing live more than once. So far the only others are Frank Turner and Frightened Rabbit. But he has the special distinction of both times occurring when I was still in high school. I‰'ve mentioned this before, but Johnstown Pennsylvania...

Free to Be‰Û_ You and Me: For Woke Toddlers Only

Free to Be‰Û_ You and Me: For Woke Toddlers Only

Maddie Haines

November 14, 2017


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The past few days I‰'ve been making plans for Thanksgiving break, which is only ten sleeps away! The closer it gets, the more I start to think about seeing my family, and the more one specific album has started popping up in my mind and in my headphones. Free to Be… You and Me was one of the mo...

CAPITOL BOOGIE: Kari Faux & Odd Mojo on 12/2

CAPITOL BOOGIE: Kari Faux & Odd Mojo on 12/2

Calkie Fisseha, General Manager

November 13, 2017


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Art by Suah Cheong Kari Faux doesn‰'t have time for small talk. You‰'ve heard her music on insecure, Childish Gambino‰'s mixtape STN MTN, and seen her tweets on the popular page. She‰'s a self-described “rap sanger, game changer, flame branger‰” and we see no lies. Don‰'t box Kari in, she...

Flashback: Continent Hopping and Time Traveling

Flashback: Continent Hopping and Time Traveling

Johanna Zenn

November 12, 2017


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Photo: Wordpress Are you into music from other countries? Do you consider yourself a connoisseur of hits that make you feel like you “were born in the wrong decade‰Û? Well, do I have the app for you! Radiooooo (yes, with that many o‰'s), is an app that allows you to pick a country off of a...

‘Teens of Denial’: An Album to Play While You Dissociate

‘Teens of Denial’: An Album to Play While You Dissociate

Giliann Karon

November 11, 2017


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Photo: Stereogum A bad trip has never sounded so cool. Car Seat Headrest‰'s album Teens of Denial slips your drugged induced panic attack into a leather jacket and gives it a swipe of oxblood lipstick. Maybe it‰'s not a true concept album, but all 12 songs revolve around stumbling through young adu...

Vevo X Lorde Series: Melodrama Unraveled

Vevo X Lorde Series: Melodrama Unraveled

Rosa Pyo

November 11, 2017


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Photo: Vevo Lorde isn‰'t your average musician. She is effervescent. A phenomenal woman. Despite starting in the music industry at fourteen, an age usually ripe of neon braces and awkward romantic encounters, she irrevocably had “it.‰” Je ne sais quoi. Divine energy. Ether. Call it what you wi...

‘Bad Brains’: The Gemini of Classic Punk

‘Bad Brains’: The Gemini of Classic Punk

Emily Shelton

November 9, 2017


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Photo: Glen E Friedman It‰'s about time we talked about Bad Brains here. After all, they are one of the biggest influences on the rock and punk scene even still today, and they come from our very own D.C. I can‰'t help but say, their 1982 self-titled album has been one of my favorite albums for year...

Larry, Reflective Detectives and Max Gowan 11.03.17

Suah Cheong

November 7, 2017


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Can R&B Transcend Color?

Can R&B Transcend Color?

Miguel Wilson

November 6, 2017


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Photo courtesy of Rap Music Guide For years, R&B has been directly equated to Black culture. Society seems to be in the dark about the diversity in R&B (past and present). As an African American, I personally treasure R&B (I mean, hello, my column), and I can see why some are standoffis...

I Never Asked for the Truth, But You Showed It to Me: A Review of Guided By Voices‰’ Alien Lanes, Pt.2

I Never Asked for the Truth, But You Showed It to Me: A Review of Guided By Voices‰’ Alien Lanes, Pt.2

Milo Paul

November 5, 2017


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Last week, Trashcan Sam, and I, Milo, your resident hipster trash, reviewed the first 14 tracks of the Guided By Voices album Alien Lanes, my favorite out of the band‰'s long and winding discography. This time around, we will review the remaining tracks, as well as present you our cover of “Game of P...

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