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William Plotnick shares a conversation with legendary West Coast DJ Cut Chemist

William Plotnick shares a conversation with legendary West Coast DJ Cut Chemist

By William Plotnick

April 25, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Headlines, Scrolling Headlines

Discussing the impact of visuals on musical artistry, old Cut Chemist recordings and the evolution of hip-hop.

Tinashe soars in new album ‘Joyride’

Tinashe soars in new album ‘Joyride’

By Troy Kowalchuk

April 25, 2018


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With a planned release in 2016, Tinashe’s new album ‘Joyride’ is worth the wait.

Relationships in Revision: Compatibility

By Gina Lopez, Arts Editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Arts Podcasts, Culture, Lifestyle, Podcasts

https://soundcloud.com/user-676754139/relationships-in-revision-compatibility

‘Blockers’ shows that even parents have some growing up to do

‘Blockers’ shows that even parents have some growing up to do

By Charlie Turner, Collegian Staff

April 24, 2018


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‘Blockers’ won’t punch you in the stomach with humor, nor will it make you cry with its surprising amount of heart, but, peculiarly, it all kind of works.

Kali Uchis breaks barriers of genre in ‘Isolation’

Kali Uchis breaks barriers of genre in ‘Isolation’

By Owen Bailey, Collegian Correspondent

April 24, 2018


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Kali Uchis bends genres of music to create an other-worldly sound in ‘Isolation.'

A guide to my hometown: New Delhi, India

A guide to my hometown: New Delhi, India

By Bhavya Pant, Collegian Staff

April 23, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Culture, Headlines, Scrolling Headlines, Travel

Just a 20-hour flight to the place I call home.

The Garden exhilarates audiences with ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’

The Garden exhilarates audiences with ‘Mirror Might Steal Your Charm’

By Tyler Wyatt, Collegian Staff

April 19, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Music, Scrolling Headlines

The Shears twins have developed a reputation for constantly creating on the cutting edge, but at their core they are a punk band.

An interview with Real Estate’s bass guitarist Alex Bleeker

An interview with Real Estate’s bass guitarist Alex Bleeker

By William Plotnick, Collegian Staff

April 19, 2018


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The two discuss their shared New Jersey roots, catch up on Bleeker’s life and delve into Real Estate’s new and more experimental sound.

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

Active Minds to host fourth annual ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’

By Lauren Crociati, Social Media Assistant

April 18, 2018


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Hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the ‘Out of the Darkness Campus Walk’ works to end suicide and spread awareness.