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This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Happy Friday all! Hope you’re enjoying the pre-Thanksgiving chill. To get you pumped for your imminent turkey-coma here’s today’s music history fix for your Friday. On this day in 1973, David Bowie’s first television special, 1980 Floor Show, was broadcast as a part of NBC’s Midnight Special series. This was Bowie’s first appearance after his publicized retirement on […]

Hurricane Sandy Benefit Show to Occur

Hurricane Sandy Benefit Show to Occur

As New York City continues to clean up from the devastating storm, bands such as Vampire Weekend, Real Estate, The Walkmen, Devandra Banhart, and the Dirty Projectors plan to put on an acoustic benefit show. The show will take place this Saturday, November 17 from 12-5pm at Brooklyn Heights Church with a suggested donation of […]

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re celebrating the career of The Beach Boys in the wake of the release of their latest greatest hits album Fifty Big Ones. Has any band ever had such a wide appeal as The Beach Boys?  Sure, they likely have their detractors – maybe their music is too saccharine for some, too cloying, […]

Concert Watch: November 15th-November 18th, 2012

Concert Watch: November 15th-November 18th, 2012

Just like that, music-lovers, the holidays are upon us and the concert season is all that’s left to keep us warm aside from that expensive Christmas cheer. Awesome is audible this week, so let’s get straight to it. Thursday, November 15th, Friday,  November 16th, and Saturday, November 17th – Amanda Palmer at The Paradise Lexington, […]

Fans Add to Bruce Springsteen Documentary

Fans Add to Bruce Springsteen Documentary

A new Bruce Springsteen documentary titled Springsteen & I is in the works, and the filmmakers behind it are asking his fans to share their stories about what his music means to them. On the movie’s official website, SpringsteenandI.com, one of its producers wrote: We are searching for a wide variety of creative interpretations, captured […]

Blink-182 Recording New EP

Blink-182 Recording New EP

Blink-182 spent time in the studio last week putting some songs together, according to Rolling Stone. These sessions in a the Los Angeles studio are apart of an effort to put out an EP by Christmas. This will be their first release since the 2011 album Neighborhoods, which was their first new material in eight […]

On the Verge: Jukebox The Ghost

On the Verge: Jukebox The Ghost

Every college freshman secretly hopes to find their niche right out the gate—whether you make it in a sorority, a theater group, or a band, everyone’s looking for something lasting. One of the few success stories of this endeavor is Jukebox the Ghost, a threesome that first met in the dorms at George Washington University […]

Sharon Van Etten at the Paradise

Sharon Van Etten at the Paradise

Sharon Van Etten has a good habit of touring with equally as impressive and underrated musicians as herself. From indie rockers Shearwater to Boston-favorite Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, Etten’s openers repeatedly surprise crowds by bringing just as much a show to the stage as the headliner herself. If his name wasn’t recognizable enough, Damien Jurado […]

“Diluvia” by Freelance Whales

“Diluvia” by Freelance Whales

Almost three years after the release of indie rock band Freelance Whales’ first studio album, Weathervanes, the band has sprung back on the scene with their sophomore album, Diluvia, released on October 9. Fans will be pleased to hear that the band has evolved in their own way, while still maintaining the qualities that entranced […]

“Field Report” by Field Report

“Field Report” by Field Report

Fans of DeYarmond Edison know that when the band broke up, Justin Vernon went on to create Bon Iver and others formed Megafaun. Yet Chris Porterfield, another member of DeYarmond Eidson, hung back for a while and is now coming forward with a full live band in Field Report. When turning this record on, if […]

Emerson College

The Emerson Acappellooza Fundraiser

Come celebrate our school with performances from our own four a cappella groups: Acapellics Anonymous, Noteworthy, Treble Makers, and Achoired Taste. It will be a night filled with school spirit, positive energy, and fun for any person who loves Emerson College. Proceeds will go to Emerson Scholarships and Emerson A cappella. Sponsored by Acappellics Anonymous with The Spirit […]

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