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Say Anything Interview

Say Anything Interview


Posted By on May 20, 2016

Say Anything has entrenched itself in the spine of all alternative and emo music that has been made in the last decade. Since the release of …Is a Real Boy, Say Anything has stayed relevant and continued to push out music and push the border of the genres. Not a single album that the frontman, Max Bemis, has released can really be heard on any other album of the band. It’s safe to say that Say Anything will always have a...

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Weatherbox Interview

Weatherbox Interview


Posted By on May 4, 2016

“Tripped out the devil spoke to me/Through my high fingertips/Which were in the ground/The same beneath you now/Which means I’m alive/Which means I’m not dead.” are lyrics from “Trippin’ The Life Fantastic” which is one of Weatherbox‘s fan favorites. The almost six minute long, thrashing depiction of religious views and drugged induced visions can mildly represent what Weatherbox is all about.  The...

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Sorority Noise Interview

Sorority Noise Interview


Posted By on Apr 28, 2016

Fierce, blunt, heart-wrenching lyrics combined with intense guitar riffs and catchy harmonies. That’s how I would describe Connecticut based band, Sorority Noise. Spinning off of his initial project, Old Gray, Cam Boucher created Sorority Noise with friends who figured they were a band after two practices. Touring with Citizen, Turnover, and Milk Teeth, I got to talk to Cam before the show at the Marquis Theatre. How’s tour been...

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Friday, March 25th, the Student Center’s Grand Ballroom came alive for CSU’s very first student-run music showcase, Ramchella. Unlike past concerts held at CSU, this one was created by the Young Producer’s Organization (YPO), a student organization with a history of creative projects. This year they decided to take on a massive project highlighting a mix of genres with music groups including at least one current CSU student. Funding...

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Aritcle by Zoe Jennings. For more about this Collegian article, click here. A polar bear mascot, Disney songs and a raging mosh pit – an unusual combination for most concerts, but nothing out of the ordinary for a typical ska show. The Aggie hosted Reel Big Fish featuring The Maxies and Suburban Legends. The three ska bands played a sold-out show. Ska encompasses a variety of sounds but usually ska music includes a danceable, two-tone...

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