The energy from the group was practically electric, and I found myself dancing along to almost every song, interrupted only once by two drunk, 40-year-old women who got a little too close for comfort. But you know what, it was all in the name of a good time.
Sur Taal Laya’s signature style of arranging is to create mashups of Bollywood songs and popular English songs. This fusion creates beautiful sonic experiences that blend South Asian and American cultures.
This past Saturday, Washington University welcomed two of the founders of Wong Fu Productions, Philip Wang and Wesley Chan.
The anxiety of watching the time run out and not knowing whether the chef will get everything plated in time is a rush that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” could never provide during their weekly catfights.
Here are songs to make you feel cool as you walk across campus, so you can pretend you’re listening to the soundtrack of an indie movie about your break between classes.
“2001: A Space Odyssey” is an act of madness and blinding, even reckless, ambition. The film seeks nothing less than to theorize on the past, present and future of human evolution. More maddening even than its objective is the film’s success.
While I would love to go on and on about everything I loved about the show, I’m sure that article would be far longer than anyone would want to read on the subject. So, I’ll only mention the highlights of an already fantastic show.
On one of my frequent quests to find new music, I realized that I could go straight to the source to find things to listen to: the artists I already like.
Still fairly new to the scene, having only formed at the beginning of last semester, the Snapchettes’ high energy and kitschy music has only just begun to grace KWUR parties and various other venues around St. Louis.
Reverb hit the a cappella scene last semester as a group of self-defined “comeback kids.”