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Alex Crossan/Mura Masa: A Pre-Album Release, Drawing Blood

Sengo Muramasa, legendary 16th century samurai, was said to wield a cursed blade. As the story goes, every time Sengo unsheathed his weapon, the blade demanded a blood sacrifice before returning to the safety of its scabbard. If Sengo...
By Clayton Tarantino | November 26, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews, Staff Feature

Cold Snap Preview: Grown Up Kids

Mature Children: Grown Up Kids’ EP Forego Grown Up Kids is a band consisting of talented Miami University students: Michael Archiable, Logan Pipes, Ben Reineke, and Angus Cady. They are a rock band whose style is indie mixed in...
By Heather Rolfert | November 13, 2019 | Event, Featured Story, Music, Music At Miami, Music Reviews, Saturday Shows

Cold Snap Preview: Sungaze

Today I Went Sungaze-ing and Found the Light in All of It: the Corporeal and the Ethereal Finding the right words to describe something is often the hardest part about writing, and being lost scrambling for a word to...

AJR’s “Neotheater” Concert Review: It Gets Better

My roommate has asked me, very reasonably, to preface this as any good scientist would by stating my biases. The best concert experience of my life came on October 21st, 2017 when I saw Imagine Dragons in Cincinnati. It...
By Madeleine Nowak | November 6, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews

Sam Fender, “Hypersonic Missiles”, and the Art of the Political Ballad

Picture this, one hour (on a bad day, more like three) south of D.C., the sun sets on July 4th between the trees that could light up like firecrackers if something went wrong. The air is saturated with the...
By Sarah Kubican | October 31, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews

Frank Ocean Delivers in “DHL”

Frank Ocean, the 31-year-old R&B mogul, returns from nearly a year’s silence in his new track “DHL.” Due to its length–just shy of a whopping five minutes–casual listeners will most likely not find the track on the radio waves....
By Clayton Tarantino | October 24, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews, Staff Feature

Emotion Without Words: Lindsey Stirling’s “Artemis” Review

Lindsey Stirling never ceases to amaze with each and every new album (from electronic mixed with pop to hip-hop combined with classical) that she releases. She began her career with a strong talent for the violin and, with that...
By Heather Rolfert | October 18, 2019 | Featured Story, Music Reviews

Travis Scott Returns To The Top With His New Single “Highest In The Room”

After a wild 2018 that certified him as an icon, Travis Scott is back like he never left (because he really didn’t). “Highest in The Room” is the first single from the artist since the release of his platinum...
By Jason Meggyesy | October 17, 2019 | Featured Story, Music Reviews

BROCKHAMPTON’s “GINGER”

The record is not quite the carefree summer album; it is partially dark, lying semi-successfully between the ghosts of Brockhampton Past and Future....
By Mike Hill | September 25, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews, Staff Feature

“III” Tries, but Does It Deliver?

Have you ever seen the gif of Kermit the Frog and Christian Bale nodding at each other?...
By Madeleine Nowak | September 24, 2019 | Featured Story, Music, Music Reviews

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