Josh Zucker

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‘BoJack Horseman’ questions darkness of humanity, finds few answers

After over a year of waiting, the fourth season of “BoJack Horseman” was released on Netflix on Sept. 8, and it would be an understatement to say that I was incredibly excited for it.

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But what about the small print?

LouFest has, to be honest, fluctuated in quality quite a bit over the past few years, and although this LouFest may not have a lot of big names (other than the headliners of course), it does have a handful of my favorite artists and bands on the undercard.

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Summer Songs 2(017)

So just like Lil Yachty has his Summer Songs collections, here are my Summer Songs 2(017).

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To the afterlife and back: How America killed Kendrick on ‘DAMN.’

“DAMN.”—in addition to the quality of the music itself (which is amazing)—is so full of symbolism and metaphor that each song could have an entire paper written about it.

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Audio Philes: Music to chill out to

Now that it’s getting warmer out, there are two things that you’re going to want to do more and more: relax and keep cool. In that spirit, this week’s picks center around new, and relatively new, music that you can chill out to. All three of these songs carry a “chill” feel with them through their lyrics and beats.

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WUStock offers pleasant afternoon in spite of lackluster crowd

After months of attempted hype for Daya built up by the Social Board of the Congress of the South 40, many students still came to the Swamp for WUStock on Saturday with the perspective, “Who’s Daya?”

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We’re up all night to get lucky

Everyone always need recommendations for the best music to nut in the gut to, so without further ado, Student Life presents our stupid sexy playlist.

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‘Daya’ing from excitement for this year’s WUStock

The WUStock artist for 2017 was revealed to be Daya just as the Congress of the South 40 Battle of the Bands was wrapping up Jan. 28.

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Arcade Fire: I give you new music

Arcade Fire, after a two-year break, is finally releasing new music again. And so, when the single “I Give You Power,” featuring the rhythm and blues singer Mavis Staples, was released, it was met with excitement.

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CRASH: Deconstructing music to make it accessible to all

CRASH, a student group that’s part of the larger student organization Beat Therapy, focuses on using music to improve people’s lives, much like its parent organization.

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