Mike Posner assured us all we were cooler than him at my freshman WILD in fall 2011. And now we’re getting the latest white rap king: Mac Miller.
One of the most influential and long-lasting bands of all time will be hitting the stage at the Scottrade Center downtown this Friday, and if you’ve got the means to get there and get a seat (tickets are close to sold out), you’d be senseless to miss out.
Known for his laidback post-rock soundscapes filled with ambient melodies and soft synthesizers, music producer and artist Tycho will be bringing his distinctive style to the stage at The Ready Room, a venue in The Grove, this Wednesday.
Luckily for procrastinators, there are still almost two weeks of March left, and that fortnight is filled with exciting television events to keep you occupied and away from the books. Here are five of the best.
Here are three musically motivated events that will get you out of your St. Louis based depression.
With this year’s Oscars finally done and dusted, the glitz and glamour of the awards season slowly begins to fade from our minds. Last Sunday’s Academy Awards were particularly tame, with few drunk celebrities to speak of and a rather vanilla and tiring host (sorry, Neil Patrick Harris…we may all be over you now).
This weekend is your last chance to see the riveting and thought-provoking “Blues for Mr. Charlie,” the legendary James Baldwin second and often overlooked play, put on by our very own Performing Arts Department in Edison Theatre.
If you’re a fan of electronic-fueled synth-pop filled with syrupy sweet vocals (think along the lines of Icona Pop, Ellie Goulding, or Marina and the Diamonds) then The Ready Room should be your destination of choice this Wednesday night. Canadian producer-slash-chanteuse Valerie Poxleitner, better known under her stage name Lights, comes to the downtown venue on her headlining U.S. tour.
CS40 may have stuck us with MKTO this year, but at least Social Programming Board looks like it’s doing something right this semester with its spring comedic performer, John Mulaney.
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