And one more note on Lil Dicky: I’m still not over it

I don’t want to talk about Lil Dicky. I don’t want to talk about his commercialized racism, his winking gimmicks or his invitation to our campus.

| Staff Writer

Mothers brings waves of music to Graham Chapel stage

While usually reserved for speakers and comics, indie rock band Mothers came to Graham Chapel this past Tuesday to kick off KWUR Week 2018.

Matt and Kim bring energy, personality to the Pageant

After a yearlong hiatus from touring, Matt and Kim are back on the road. On March 27, the duo visited the Pageant as the fourth stop on their national tour.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Sitting down with Matt and Kim: On returning to touring, new album, recovery

When Kim of Matt and Kim tore her ACL, the injury ushered in a period of introspection for the band—one that informed their newest album: “ALMOST EVERDAY”.

| Staff Writer

5 Irish artists that last past St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day may be over but that doesn’t mean you can’t listen to some Van Morrison or My Bloody Valentine.

| Staff Writer

‘Neon Bible’ turns 11: reflecting on an underrated masterpiece

Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible is a beautiful symphony of passion, pain and hope. It also contains the artistic brilliance that made “Funeral” a great album.

| Staff Writer

Sad boi playlist: this is the best music to cry to

Sad boi song (noun): A piece of music which one resorts to listening to when upset or distressed to help deal with emotions in an angsty and sometimes melodramatic way.

Tyler Sabloff | Contributing Writer

‘Whole Lotta Love’ (and hate): The Zeppelin conundrum

Beyond their musical shortcomings, the members of Led Zeppelin were, putting it bluntly, just horrible people.

Tyler Sabloff | Contributing Writer

A day in the life of Leah, as told by my Spotify playlist

An hour by hour playlist to get you through the day.

Leah Hardgrove | Staff Writer

MO and Cashmere Cat perform to lackluster Pageant crowd

Pop vocalist MO and DJ Cashmere Cat performed at the Pageant on Friday Feb. 2 to a mid-sized crowd.

Kalpana Gopalkrishnan | Contributing Writer