In a word, New Dakotas’ sound is upbeat; their music rests happily somewhere at the intersection of pop and rock. Save for the strong Fleet Foxes influence on “Warming Song,” […]
By Ross Bretherton Plenty of students release albums while at Tufts, but not many first years can boast being at the forefront of a musical movement in their own hometown. […]
This past year, Tucker has emerged fully embodying the movement towards variety and diversification that defines Tufts’ unique music scene. Consisting of members Josh Berl (bass), Noah Cutler (guitar, vocals), […]
We recorded over a beat Tarik made, and then we recorded over a beat I made. Want to hear them?” I’m sitting in Aaron Mentos’s room on Boston Avenue […]
How the software engineers behind Spotify are changing what we listen to.
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 […]
We sat down with Seattle’s Tangerine to talk about Sofia Coppola, The Strokes, K-Pop, and changing perceptions in music.
“I like playing shows, mostly because that’s the one space in my life where I feel like I can do pretty much anything and not feel like, “oops!” Because there are very little mistakes you could make. Just be there to have conversations and learn things. I love feeling like anything can happen.”
Tufts Junior Greg Warns speaks about group’s formation and his most recent band endeavor
Most schools’ electronic music ensembles (if they have one) exist only on laptops. Paul Lehrman, the conductor of Tufts University’s electronic music ensemble, finds this approach boring. Rather than only […]