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After attending the Betty Who concert a couple weeks ago, I am solidly forever a part of the Who Crew (I even have a button to prove it). Betty Who rocked the stage with her almost all female band (her drummer was a male) and the Berklee College of Music graduate did her degree justice. […]

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On Friday, April 11th, London Grammar played a sold out show at Paradise Rock Club. Joined by their opening act, Haerts, both bands definitely made my $15 ticket worth it. Though I enjoyed Haerts‘s sound, at times it was quite hard to actually to hear their lyrics and the microphones seemed to be way too loud. […]

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If you’ve ever listened to and enjoyed Icona Pop, Kesha, or dance music in general, then you should definitely check out Neon Jungle. The Britain based girl band is double the size and though they only just got together last year, they’re already making themselves a household name. So far, they have three singles out and are working […]

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Soon, the horror that is known as midterms will be over. Spring break is just around the corner to welcome us with open arms. When it does, I’ll be blasting Betty Who through the streets of San Francisco. Who is a 22-year-old Australian native that has recently graced America with her presence. She released her EP, The […]

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Whether you’re going out on a Friday night or just need a mid week pick-me-up, “Latch” is the song is listen to. After being influenced by one of my roommates to get into synth pop, I quickly discovered the group Disclosure. The duo are actually brothers from the UK and have risen to fame quite […]

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If you haven’t heard of “The Moon Song” yet, you’ve got some catching up to do. Originally, it is sung by Karen O, the lead singer of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The Oscar nominated song first appeared in Her, a film by Spike Jonze. Just days ago, the song was remastered with the voice of […]

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If singer-songwriters are your thing (and even if they aren’t), you should give Kina Grannis a listen. I’ve been a fan of the California native since her early days on Youtube in 2007. Her soft voice ranges from producing kind love ballads to strong pop pieces. So far, she has released numerous EPs and an […]

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With the snow piling up and the nights getting longer, it is only appropriate that I hibernate in my dorm room for long periods of time. In the midst of my hibernation, my roommate introduced me to JT Royster. I was instantly captivated by the soft melodies and calm lullaby of his voice. Royster is […]

Nick Santino appears lonely while performing without former band

After a red eye flight from San Francisco to Boston, a restless nap, and some chicken quesadillas from the dining hall; I went to go watch This Century and Nick Santino on their Up Close and Personal tour. The concert was held at Brighton Music Hall with opening acts Rhett Price and Jillette Johnson. Rhett […]

Song of the Moment: "This Is the New Year" - A Great Big World feat. Christina Aguilera

Being home over Thanksgiving break meant that I was doing a lot of driving, and a lot of driving means constantly switching radio stations to find the right song to embarrassingly jam out to. This led me to discover A Great Big World. If they sound familiar, it’s because they have a song out right […]