Ashley Bardhan
A&E Editor
Class of 2020

Articles by Ashley

The Aces deliver fun, female power pop at Anthology

"Is that a girl band?" the man behind me asked, bewildered. Yes, it was.

Sex & the CT: Goth girlfriends?

Being the Goth Girlfriend means I am a hot, brilliant, funny woman who adores Friday the 13th, tarot cards, astrology, and The Cure, and who loves threesomes and anal sex.

Are Rochester’s music stores fading out?

To many, there's something particularly sad about the closing of a record store. You lose a community space, an exciting relationship between you and tangible music. In Rochester, these places are integral to underlooked art and culture, which only intensifies the loss.
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Jungle Party Recap

Sigma Chi had its big ol’ juicy Jungle Party this weekend, and boy, did I go.

Foster the People talk art ahead of Rochester show

Venues change, but Foster the People’s commitment to artistic purity has always stayed stable.   

Moses Sumney makes hazy debut with ‘Aromanticism’

Instrumentally and lyrically, the onset of "Aromanticism" feels a lot like mist. It unfurls thick and white around you, but when you stick your hand out into it, all you get is air.

CT recommends: Dua Lipa

Now 22, Dua Lipa has come out with a shimmery, sometimes sardonic, synth-pop debut album.

Trigger warning

My problem lies with more subtle disagreement, which people on Leftbook prefer to leave out of the discussion.

Summer of love…or not?

I'm not sure what made this summer the musical backdrop to every hot, talented woman getting broken up with, but in terms of my Spotify library, I'm definitely not complaining.

Oh Wonder talks shop

This Yellowjacket Weekend, Oh Wonder held the big musical spot amid Saturday's activities. We caught up with them in Douglass before the show.