The SUNY Purchase-incubated Lo-fi band chats about their new album and getting stuck in an elevator with Keebler Elves.
A lot of the reason why people end up in a private university in the richest country in the world is because you have been sheltered and you do have some kind of privilege… Because right now someone else is not in that situation. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be going to college. We should be doing that! It’s just realizing what that means… And then trying to figure out who you yourself are. Whether you’re that young chicana woman trying to make it or that white person with a ton of entitlement and privilege, whoever you are! Just realize it.
We caught up with Frankie Cosmos on the first stop of her tour to ask her just one very important question
If you’ve been on campus the past few months, you’ve probably heard the name Water Walk. Tufts’ latest student band has played everywhere from Pi Rho’s basement to the Thunder […]
I think the most formative moment was hearing David Berman say, “All my favorite singers couldn’t sing” in the Silver Jews song “We Are Real.” I was like, “You know what? It doesn’t matter how well a line in a song I’m writing is delivered, it matters what I’m saying.” I like to think of my songs as poems above anything else, so it was important for me to hear that so I could move forward with confidence.
For a band that describes their influences as including everything from “bottles of cheap red wine” to Kurt Vonnegut novels, A Giant Dog is elusive to definition—which, I’m sure, is the point.
We sat down with Seattle’s Tangerine to talk about Sofia Coppola, The Strokes, K-Pop, and changing perceptions in music.
The indie dance group answers our questions on finding worldwide success, dream collaborations, and their sonic development.
We sat down with the Allston-based producer to talk about his budding career and refreshing outlook on EDM drug culture.
Hannah, Becca, and Taliana from And The Kids sat down with us at Bee’s Knees Co. in Allston, MA to answer some of our questions.