Tagged - music

Marianas Trench brings wave of pop punk to Rochester

Marianas Trench’s appearance at Anthology this Tuesday attracted fans from all over Rochester with their successful “Suspending Gravity” tour.  It…

An engaging concert with Aminé

“You’re beautiful,” said Aminé, very politely.    “I know!” screamed the crowd in response.   “You’re very fucking beautiful.”   …

Walrus Junction brings college music around town 

On their Facebook page, Rochester-based band Walrus Junction calls themselves fuzz pop mixed with “raw, gritty tones and lyrics of…

International Karaoke: Cultural performance night

The winner took home $15 in URos and a plastic toy microphone at the end of International Karaoke Night on…

YouTube-famous Eastman students show K-pop in a new light

The channel lies at the intersection of K-pop reactions and musical analysis. For Chang, the videos on Reacttothek go past simply reacting to K-pop. They delve into “what creates specific emotions, or why a beat makes you feel a certain way,” Chang said.

Michael Bublé Emerges From Year-Long Hibernation In Egg To Judge Mankind

The 43-year old Canadian crooner was seen last Sunday dividing up a crowd of Vancouver Starbucks patrons by their moral purity.

Not Vanilla: Songs to cure your pre-winter anxiety

Well, reader, this week we have finally been plunged into the cold darkness of a Rochester winter. With the encroachment…

Recognizing my musical privilege

Sure, music schools give out nice scholarship packages occasionally. But what goes into earning that scholarship? Money is a huge factor in getting the training and opportunity to be even considered.

Student music duo ‘Candy Isle’ makes its own scene

If you were searching for a female acoustic indie-folk-pop duo based right here at UR, you’d be happy to find Candy Isle, comprised of seniors Kat Bakrania and Lydia Dake.