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Music

2014 in Review

By Release Staff -

The thing with years is that they mean something different for everyone. Sometimes they’re the culmination of waiting 12 years for “Boyhood” to be finished and beloved, and sometimes they’re the ending of “How I Met Your Mother.” Here’s what...

A playlist for the best end credits to your semester

By Jami Ganz -

like any intense movie, finals week deserves an intense soundtrack. There’s nothing like finishing your last physics practice problem with the sound of a full orchestra blasting in your ears.

Mitski strikes a chord at BUMP show

By Jonathan Ortiz -

The recent SUNY Purchase graduate brings her performances to life with a strong-willed individualistic attitude toward the journey for personal maturity

In defense of U2

By Ben Moosher -

It’s hard to feel at first, but there is a moment for every listener where shoulders just begin moving involuntarily and feet start tapping and that general thing that happens to bodies when pleasant music surrounds them just happens.

Foo Fighters album travels across America

By James Sereno -

“Sonic Highways” is much more than just an eight-track album, and perhaps that’s because their process of creating and recording the album was different than any other.

BUMP puts on a funkin’ good show

By Kenneth Herman -

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard were a bevy of noises, with two drummers, a harmonica and synth player and at times, two bassists. Their set was loud, rhythmic and full of raw energy.

Love is no object, it’s just sax

By Samuel Titus -

If you live in or have passed through Dickinson sometime on a Friday or Saturday night, you may have heard the soulful sounds of a character referred to by his fans as “Sax Guy.” Perched upon The Object, a sculpture...

Events Center goes ‘Bottoms Up’ for Trey Songz

By Odeya Pinkus -

Songz was accompanied by a seven-piece band with guitars, trumpets and saxophones. These additions made the sound bigger and more extravagant, if that was even possible.