An interview with Alexa Silverman, member of UR’s jazzy indie rock band ‘The Recall’
On April 10, UR students performed one of the first live concerts advertised to UR students since the onset of the pandemic this time last year.
20-minute albums: creativity concentrated or a capitalist cash-grab?
Is the trend of shorter albums an artistic triumph or despair?
Sick song recommendations to supplement your finals study sesh
To help you through the upcoming trials and tribulations , I have compiled some playlist ideas, separated by field of study.
Check out four Armenian men yelling for Armenian rights!
System is a group of four Armenian activists, who were activists long before they were artists.
‘Pet Sounds’ is a testament to the vulnerability of growing up
The record is a monument to the hardships of growing up, and transforms the momentary pain of life into something permanent and sublime: a monument to our collective experience.
Changing things up: PASApella is still singing in the face of COVID-19
The creativity and effort the group has shown this fall in pursuit of their passion for a cappella is nothing short of admirable.
The Cure’s ‘Seventeen Seconds’ is the perfect Halloween soundtrack
Whether you’re looking for artistic inspiration, watching a horror movie, partying with the four people you’re quarantined with, eating candy, breaking it to your parents that you’ve decided to become goth, running from serial killers, or haunting innocent hikers, be sure to put “Seventeen Seconds” on this Halloween.
CT Recommends: Iguana Death Cult (yes, it’s a band)
“Lorraine” comes roaring in with what is probably the nastiest — like communal-style-first-year-men’s bathroom nasty — guitar riff I have in my Spotify library.