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Review: Beerbongs and Bentleys

Review: Beerbongs and Bentleys

Abigail Nebot, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018


Filed under A&L, Music

After the long months of waiting, the iconic Post Malone has dropped his second album. Post Malone has had an insanely wild career, dropping his debut single White Iverson out of nowhere in 2015. This album has been highly anticipated by fans as he has not released an album since December 2016, his ...

Local Band: Decedy

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

February 25, 2018


Filed under Austin's Music Talk, Music

Deric Becker, senior, will release his first studio album with his band, Decedy, entitled 1979, on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Decedy is throwing a release party for the album on March 16 at the Firebird,  2706 Olive St, at 6:30 p.m. The tickets cost $12 at the door, and $10 in advance. Advanced tickets can ...

Review: the Black Panther Soundtrack

Review: the Black Panther Soundtrack

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

February 19, 2018


Filed under A&L, Austin's Music Talk, Music

I’m not really much of a moviegoer, and I honestly will likely not see Black Panther. Despite the rave reviews and inescapable hype, I’m just not going to do it. Don’t get me wrong, I really want to. But going to the movies costs money and it requires that I get up and leave my house, so I don’t...

Review: Culture II

Review: Culture II

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

January 30, 2018


Filed under Austin's Music Talk, Music

Say what you want about Southern hip-hop, but one thing is undeniable: it rules the game right now, and it shows no signs of falling off. From the controversial rise of the Geto Boys in the early 90’s, to Lil Wayne’s incessant mixtape output that defined the 2000’s, all the way to Atlanta’s ...

Review: Heaven Upside Down

Austin Woods, Associate Editor

October 21, 2017


Filed under Austin's Music Talk, Music

I haven’t seen an album with this messy of a rollout since The Life of Pablo. Announced last year as Say10, the new Marilyn Manson album was slated for release on Valentine’s Day of 2017. The anticipation was killing me, and when Valentine’s Day finally rolled around, the album was nowhere t...

“Flaming Lips” set The Pageant ablaze in fantastical concert

“Flaming Lips” set The Pageant ablaze in fantastical concert

Tali Gorodetsky, Features Editor

April 25, 2017


Filed under 2016-17, A&L, Music, Top Stories

A disco ball. Flashing neon lights blinding the audience. Mushrooms, unicorns and a massive hamster ball encasing Wayne Coyne, the lead singer of The Flaming Lips. Though only a few, sparse words explaining The Flaming Lips concert on Sun. Apr. 23 at The Pageant, they are more than enough to encomp...

Review: Sunflower Bean “Human Ceremony”

Review: Sunflower Bean “Human Ceremony”

Austin Woods, Staff Reporter

February 26, 2016


Filed under A&L, Music, Opinions

I first discovered Sunflower Bean, the indie neo-psychedelic trio from Brooklyn, in a Rolling Stone article discussing rising artists to watch for. When the article listed The Velvet Underground, one of my favorite bands, as an influence of theirs, I knew I had to try them out. I listened to their E...

Review: David Bowie “Blackstar”

Review: David Bowie “Blackstar”

Austin Woods, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2016


Filed under A&L, Columns, Music, Opinions, Top Stories

I woke up at 7:45a.m. on Monday, January 11, to the electronic sound of “Rella,” by Odd Future, my alarm tone for the past year. Turning off the alarm, I noticed that I had a text that I recieved at 4 a.m., while I was asleep. My eyesight was still fuzzy, so I didn’t see what it said. I set my ...

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