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Concert Review | TLC with a Chance of Waterfalls

Concert Review | TLC with a Chance of Waterfalls

Katarina Keeley, Photo Coordinator September 24, 2021

On Tuesday, Sept.14 TLC and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony performed at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights. There were a lot of '90s music fans that attended the concert that night....

A Seraphim Confessional | Under Heaven by jonatan leandoer96

A Seraphim Confessional | “Under Heaven” by jonatan leandoer96

Matt Cruz, Media Librarian September 24, 2021

Jonatan Hastad Leandoer has been entrancing the internet for almost a decade. From the prophetic esoterism of Lavender EP, Unknown Death 2002 and Unknown Memory 2002, to the heartbreaking Stranger, Leandoer...

Wait, this charted 10 years ago? | “Grenade” by Bruno Mars

“Wait, this charted 10 years ago?” | “Grenade” by Bruno Mars

Kale Guenther, Writer/Volunteer September 23, 2021

Bruno Mars is a superstar today, but when his first album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, came out on Oct. 4, 2010, he was a relatively unknown artist. Luckily for him —and all of us — it was a major success....

We Watch it for the Music | Dirty Dancing

We Watch it for the Music | Dirty Dancing

Madison Reinhold, Writer/Volunteer September 22, 2021

As the summer winds to a close, there is only one movie on my mind: Dirty Dancing. The 1987 romance classic, starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze, is the pinnacle of summertime romance. In addition...

A Tribute to a Dear Friend | Beach Slumba by Good Sniff

A Tribute to a Dear Friend | “Beach Slumba” by Good Sniff

Alex Bocchi, Writer/Volunteer September 22, 2021

Editor's Note: This article contains mention of suicide Today’s jam comes from the small Aussie band, Good Sniff and their new single "Beach Slumba." From the streets of Geelong, Australia, bass...

Interview - 8/10/21 - George Gelis

Interview – 8/10/21 – George Gelis

Luke Adams, Host of Terminally Online September 20, 2021

George Gelis is the singer and guitarist of the West Lafayette band Al Cazal. Last month, I sat down to talk with him about the new album, his dynamic with his co-writer Gabriel, and his relationship with...

A Steady Rhythm of Vibing Out | Mission by Scattle

A Steady Rhythm of Vibing Out | “Mission” by Scattle

Sam Hartley, Writer/Volunteer September 20, 2021

Scattle, an artist known mostly for video game soundtracks on Hotline Miami and Super Meat Boy just released a new album on Sept. 10.  Scattle, a little-known artist, released his first EP in 2011...

The End or Whatever Else You Sense | “Walls/Anger(Glass-07)” by Imagine Drowning

The End or Whatever Else You Sense | “Walls/Anger(Glass-07)” by Imagine Drowning

Mike Merucci, Writer/Volunteer September 19, 2021

A great beauty of ambient music is its overwhelming ambiguity; that applies to mood, instrumentation, meaning and in this case, artist. All that’s publicly known about ambient artist Imagine Drowning...

Concert Review | Yaeji at the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival

Concert Review | Yaeji at the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival

Matt Cruz, Media Librarian September 17, 2021

The emergence of asiatic artists in the musical underground has created a massive shift in the attention to the global popscene. Now more than ever, international and minority artists are being cast into...

Takes from a tastemaker: Interview with Pitchfork contributor Ian Cohen

Takes from a tastemaker: Interview with Pitchfork contributor Ian Cohen

Matt Cruz, Media Librarian September 14, 2021

To many fans of DIY alike, chances are we all revel in the magic of small-town bands that capture our hearts. Somehow, somewhere, there’s a locale’s own Johnny Rotten, unabashedly swaggering, singing...

Concert Review | Arts, Beats & Eats with Neon Trees

Concert Review | Arts, Beats & Eats with Neon Trees

Katarina Keeley, Photo Coordinator September 13, 2021

Did you make any plans this past Labor Day weekend? With COVID-19 restrictions being uplifted across the U.S., people are starting to make more and more plans for fun, including this past weekend at the...

Dogleg poses beside a tent at the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival

From crowded basements to the festival stage | Dogleg at the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival

Kyle Davidson and Matt Cruz September 12, 2021

Almost two years ago, a central group in Michigan’s DIY music scene made waves within the community when their single “Fox” earned a “best new track” review from Pitchfork. Last Friday, after...

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