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Business in the Front, Party in the Back | “Ticket Inspector” by The Chats

Business in the Front, Party in the Back | “Ticket Inspector” by The Chats

Alex Bocchi, Writer/Volunteer September 23, 2022

Rowdy, bouncy and a little more professional is how I would describe the “Ticket Inspector” of The Chat's recent project Get Fucked. It feels like you’ve put a little suit and tie on a wild dog,...

A Captivating, Unconscious Farewell | “Don’t Let Our Youth Go To Waste” by Galaxie 500

A Captivating, Unconscious Farewell | “Don’t Let Our Youth Go To Waste” by Galaxie 500

Matt Cruz, Media Librarian September 22, 2022

Copenhagen might be a bitter memory for Naomi Yang, Damon Krukowski and Dean Wareham.  You might ask yourself — what do the Netherlands have to do with Galaxie 500? The answer is simply, the beginning...

Blending Melancholy and Pop | “Phantom” by Rina Sawayama

Blending Melancholy and Pop | “Phantom” by Rina Sawayama

Marion Reilly, Writer/Volunteer September 21, 2022

Rina Sawayama’s unique mixture of upbeat instrumentals and introspective lyrics set her apart from the rest; she manages to keep her music lively while simultaneously addressing serious topics. Her new...

Nu Metal Is Back and There Is Nothing You Can Do About It | “Head on a Spike” by Orthodox

Nu Metal Is Back and There Is Nothing You Can Do About It | “Head on a Spike” by Orthodox

Nick Sanchez, Host of Thee Hourz O' Power September 19, 2022

Like all things, nu metal changes with time. Given the renaissance of hardcore music that we are currently living through, it seems only natural that nu metal would find its new home snugly in the arms...

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Playlist | Songs That Trigger My IBS

Entertainment Team September 18, 2022

For those times you succumb to the icy temptation of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream or the fizzy allure of a Monster energy drink, and your gastrointestinal tract lets you know it’s disappointed in your...

This Week in Music History | September 12-17

This Week in Music History | September 12-17

Madison Reinhold, Claudia Braesch, and Norene Bassin September 17, 2022

This week in music history, country music lost a legend. In 2003, singer Johnny Cash passed away at the age of 71. The “Ring of Fire” singer succumbed to complications of diabetes at the end of a decades-long...

Daedalusian Dreams | “Labyrinth” by Cryalot

Daedalusian Dreams | “Labyrinth” by Cryalot

Ashe Burr, Writer/Volunteer September 16, 2022

When you think of the vocalist of the British indie-pop band Kero Kero Bonito, the first thing you’d probably think of is the bubblegum pop aesthetics associated with the person who sung “Flamingo,”...

The Dawn of a New Era: Seoul’s Best and Brightest | Parannoul, Asian Glow, BrokenTeeth, Wapddi, Della Zyr & Fin Fior @ Rolling Hall

The Dawn of a New Era: Seoul’s Best and Brightest | Parannoul, Asian Glow, BrokenTeeth, Wapddi, Della Zyr & Fin Fior @ Rolling Hall

Matt Cruz, Media Librarian September 16, 2022

August 14th is a historic day for all music fans across the world. Chances are if you're familiar with the current Korean zeitgeist, you might recoil or rejoice at the thought of another K-pop outfit...

Remain in Tranquility | “All You Do” by Magdalena Bay

Remain in Tranquility | “All You Do” by Magdalena Bay

Kyle Raeside, Writer/Volunteer September 14, 2022

When I stumbled upon Magdalena Bay’s debut record “Mercurial World” over the summer, I was instantly hooked. While I am a fan of most synthpop, something about their glitchy, yet serene production...

Spartans Support Feminism at Third Annual FEMfest

Spartans Support Feminism at Third Annual FEMfest

Katarina Keeley, Visual Media Director September 14, 2022

This year marked the third annual FEMfest at Michigan State University. The event included visual art, spoken word, live music performances, food and feminist merchandise, and was put together by Impact89FM,...

Ya Like Jazz? | “Valentine” by Laufey

Ya Like Jazz? | “Valentine” by Laufey

Kale Guenther, Writer/Volunteer September 13, 2022

I haven’t thought about jazz music since I graduated from high school when I played bass trombone in the jazz band, but Laufey's album Everything I Know About Love, and specifically her song “Valentine,”...

Playlist | Songs to Ride a Horse To

Playlist | Songs to Ride a Horse To

Entertainment Team September 11, 2022

The sun is setting over the horizon, painting the sky shades of purple, orange and pink. Tumbleweeds bounce down the path as the desolate landscape opens up. Before embarking on your journey, you check...

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