Monthly Archive: March, 2016

Songs That Revived Me: a playlist

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by Jess Swarner This semester I dived into the world of D.C. journalism, and I’ve been working all day every day in the news/magazine room. Somehow within the flurry of constant email digests,… Continue reading

Flight of Ryan interview

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by William Everett I was able to sit down with two members of Flight if Ryan, a band performing in Blaze Radio’s Kick Ass Spring Concert. Danny and Anthony, the drummer and bass… Continue reading

Fall Out Boy Is Saving Rock and Roll on their Wintour

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Fall Out Boy Is Saving Rock and Roll on their Wintour by Victoria Grijalva   Beginning with “Irresistible,” accompanied by a shower of fake snow, Fall Out Boy kicked off their concert for… Continue reading

Kendrick Lamar Has Found a New Reason for Making Music

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Kendrick Lamar’s Has Found a New Reason for Making Music by Daniel Perle   Kendrick Lamar’s surprise album “Untitled Unmastered.” Follows up his Grammy-winning “To Pimp a Butterfly” with yet another installment on… Continue reading

Pot of Gold Festival: photos

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by Chancellor Johnson On Thursday fans from all over came to check out the Pot of Gold Festival. The line-up on Thursday featured artists including the popular band, Slightly Stoopid, and hip-hop acts… Continue reading

Set It Off Prove That They’re Ready To Fight For Something

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Set It Off Prove That They’re Ready To Fight For Something by Deanna Romani Last year on March 17, I found myself in a biker bar with a camera, no real knowledge of… Continue reading

Flatbush ZOMBiES: 3001: a Laced Odyssey review

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By Isabel Ewan The past year has been flush with major hip hop releases. Just this year, Kanye released The Life of Pablo and Kendrick dropped eight new tracks in the form of… Continue reading

McDowell Mountain Music Festival: Day 3

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By Delia Johnson The third and final day of McDowell Mountain Music Festival ended on a fokly bang. Gary Clark Jr. shredded on his guitar, singing his love for his hometown Austin, TX.… Continue reading

McDowell Mountain Music Festival: Day 2

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By Delia Johnson Day two of McDowell Mountain Music Festival brought electronic and hip hop favorites to the valley. Goldfish and Porter Robinson delivered dancey tunes that got the crowd moving. Throughout the day… Continue reading

McDowell Mountain Music Festival: Day 1

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By Delia Johnson The McDowell Mountain Music Festival got off to a great start on day one. All of the bases were covered with a wide range of music including classic rocker Beck,… Continue reading