Music

Dandelion Day bounces back with Big Sean

At the Dandelion Day concert Friday night, the five-foot-eight rapper looked submerged in the giant, two-tier screens casting colors and elemental patterns behind him, more a silhouette with a voice than a spotlight stage stomper.

Gorillaz evolve with ‘Humanz’

I personally found myself listening more to the tracks that are too quiet and sad for radio time, like “Busted and Blue,” which officially made it onto my list of favorite songs to ugly cry to.

CT Recommends: Dan Barrett

Connecticut musician Dan Barrett's expansive discography as Have A Nice Life and Giles Corey exhibits his talents in capturing depression, mortality, and all aspects of human despair across a multitude of genres.

Vocal Point sends seniors off on high note

"Vocal Point is my family."

Who is UR rapper Tee Kravitz?

Tee Kravitz is the musical alias of sophomore Tom Bentley, a rapper who considers the community and resources at UR integral to his music.

OBOC closes semester, with love

“All You Need is Love!” contained a variety of songs from musicals inspired by the joys of infatuation and romance. The skits performed in each song were quite different from their original enactment, with their own unique UR touch.

Ne-Hi talks genre, inspiration, and about making music in America

The four-piece rock band “Ne-Hi” from Chicago is an experimental group with a summertime happy-jam sound to beat.

Redbeard Samurai sets sights high for musical future

Redbeard Samurai’s sound is one that seeks to combine the broad appeal and entertainment value of hip-hop with the refinement, intricacy, and musicality of jazz and soul music.

Chicago’s Ne-Hi pays visit to Bug Jar

Man, did I bob my head.

Yellow Jackets recognized for ‘Y2J’

“The best male collegiate album award is an especially big deal,” Hogan said.