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Album Spotlight: ceo – Wonderland

Here’s a review of ceo’s new LP written by Music Review team member Jacob Richards!

“And I felt like I opened Pandora’s Box…and now I have to close it.” Those are the opening lines taken from a spoken word piece that opens up Eric Berglund, a.k.a CEO’s, sophomore release, Wonderland. It couldn’t be a better way to start of this ambitious, brilliant sonic experience. Just as the opening lines suggest, CEO really did open Pandora’s box with this record, and throughout the entirety of Wonderland, it’s stays blasted open, allowing the chaos and insanity of Berglund’s artistic insanity to flow freely.
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Au Revoir Simone – Somebody Who

Straight out of Williamsburg, this synthtastic, dream pop trio is our artist for today’s Jam of the Day. Keep your ears open for them on WDBM 88.9!

Pow! – Switchboard Scientist

A track San Franciscan trio Pow! is our Jam of the Day today. This one comes from their debut LP, Hi-Tech Boom, which dropped last month.

Impact’s Midterm Week Playlist

Minds dulled from our schoolwork, bodies numb from our grey routines, and the collective tension accumulates each day with the pressure of rapidly-approaching midterms. However, not all is in despair, there is a silver lining to be found in even the darkest places. That, my friends, is music. This playlist is about pushing through those last days until we grab each others hands and sail off to PCB together.


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New Logo Ideation

Want to know how our new logo came to be? Check out this graphic by its creator, Marketing Director Keenan Cronyn. Let him know what you think by tweeting at him @jkcronyn. Click the picture!

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King Krule – A Lizard State

The Jam of the Day today comes from 19 year old Archy Marshall, otherwise know as King Krule. This Hitchcock inspired video debuted last month off of his album, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon.

Real Estate – Talking Backwards

Today’s Jam of the Day comes from Real Estate out of New Jersey. Talking Backwards is a single off of their new album, Atlas, which is dropping in March of this year.

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