The Faim is coming to Fubar in St. Louis this Saturday, Nov. 17, performing with Hands like Houses, Emarosa, Devour the Day and Arlington. In advance of this show, Student Life caught up with keyboardist and bassist Stephen Beerkens.
The instrument itself is an achievement; many strands of somewhere around 100 feet of music wire strung between two weighted stands, with resonators (essentially just wooden boxes) attached to one end.
The Greenleafs, Washington University’s premier all-women a cappella group, hosted their 30th annual “Green Eggs and Jam” concert Nov. 9 and 10.
Throughout the fall semester, students at Washington University and the public can enjoy free live performances by noted local and regional jazz artists from 8-10 p.m.
Washington University co-ed a cappella group After Dark hosted its annual Halloween concert in Holmes Lounge Saturday. After Dark highlighted its signature edgy and unique sound with its song choices.
As Spooktober comes to a close, I find myself getting more and more into the ghostly spirit. If you want to get down and spooky on Halloween, check out these tracks of trepidation.
The album, “Oasis,” released Oct. 24, includes nine songs and features the vocals of the members for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 academic years.
AOTPA ends up sounding exactly how you would expect it to—and that’s the issue.
Tucker, Rusinek, Murphy and Conroy have been on the road together since the beginning of October and will be heading to perform in their hometown of Portland, Ore. next. They also have a plan to finish another record sometime next year.
On Friday, Oct. 19, indie-alternative band Rainbow Kitten Surprise, also known as RKS, played alongside their opener, indie-pop-rock artist Caroline Rose, for an animated crowd at the Pageant on the Delmar Loop.