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C-Haus Can Be More Than Just a Bar

C-Haus. The campus bar. Closed for Covid, never to be open again. Why? Especially when the Powerhouse is fully functioning, and people are crammed in at lunch and breakfast, not wearing masks because they are eating. Rush events were allowed to happen, along with parties

How to Know When to Upgrade Your Turntable

I was shocked to find a brand new Audio Technica turntable in my bedroom upon returning home for the weekend. It was not so much the presence of the new turntable that made my jaw drop, but the sound quality. Prior to last weekend, I’d

Album of the Week: ‘Tom Tom Club’

This week, I chose to review one of my favorite albums of all time: Tom Tom Club by Tom Tom Club. This self-titled album marked the 1981 debut of the Tom Tom Club as their own band, since they were initially founded as a side

Confused and let down by J. Cole’s new album: KOD

When J. Cole announced two weeks ago that he was releasing his fifth studio album  titled KOD on 4/20, many of his fans were initially confused. Back in 2011, Cole had publicly quit smoking, telling Pound Magazines Cass Juradinho that he was, “never a really

Extremely Hidden Gems on Vessel by Frankie Cosmos

Frankie Cosmos is one of my all-time favorite artists. Singer-songwriter Greta Kline has released 52 albums on Bandcamp since 2009, 49 of which are solo. These solo albums were recorded at home on Garageband and casually uploaded. Her music acts as a diary, documenting the

Little Dark Age: MGMT’s Creepy Comeback

You might remember MGMT for their catchy 2008 hits such as “Electric Feel” and “Kids,” but band members Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser have released much more eccentric music since then. Their experimental 2013 self-titled was not received well by most; the blend of psychedelia