Music

Underground scene rises above

By Kenneth Herman -

Touring bands often struggle financially and house shows like Seminary Shows give them a place to perform, sleep and get support through donations.

Younger than you, and more talented too

By Ariel Taub -

In classics like “What a Wonderful World,” “Mambo Italiano” and “New York State of Mind,” Bortnick reached beautiful high notes. Sitting in the audience, one felt his genuine desire for everyone to have a good time.

A galaxy of DJs at Café O’Spaceis

By Jonathan Ortiz -

As the event came to an end and attendees took the final, fruit-flavored drags of their hookahs, it was clear that no one was left disappointed.

Binghamton turns down, Empire Fest turns up

By Rich Kersting -

“We’re trying to show people that if you want something to happen, we’re going to make it happen,” he said. “This festival is here to celebrate the city of Binghamton.” – Christian Randell, festival promoter

‘Anything goes’ at Tony Bennett concert

By Rich Kersting -

Performing a set of over 20 songs, including cultural classics known by everyone and their grandmothers, Bennett crooned, and Binghamton swooned.

WHRW blasts off to Spacefest and beyond

By Chloe Rehfield -

Why throw away your savings on tickets to Ultra or E-Zoo when you can get your dose of electronic dance music for free? On Thursday night, the WHRW 90.5 FM Space department hosted a music and arts festival called Spacefest...

Funkophiles win Battle to open Spring Fling concert

By Katie Shafsky -

The battle was fought and funk emerged victorious. On Saturday night, The Funkophiles won this year’s Battle of the Bands, making them the opening act for the Spring Fling concert this weekend. The Funkophiles are a seven-piece band that was...