There’s something about Citizen Cope that's indefinable yet distinctly recognizable. At Thursday's performance at the State Theatre, it took the band far too long to capture that elusive feeling, writes News Editor Kerry Close '14.
Local Business isn’t the flawless classic The Monitor is, but it doesn’t have to be. Paul Blank '14 is moved by Titus Andronicus' nostalgia for unencumbered youth.
The Indigo Girls play the State Theatre on October 30. Danyoung Kim '16 talks to band member Emily Saliers about making music and campaigning for gay rights.
No Doubt is undoubtedly back. The 11-year wait for the band's latest album brings back the masterful balance of pop, rock and ska that fans know and love, writes Jason Goldberg '14.
James Rainis '14 gets nostalgic about being a high school music nerd. 2012's new releases brings on a wave of déjà vu.
The big names rocked Bonnaroo, but Dan Robbins '13 offers five newcomers who stole the show.
The Avett Brothers' phenomenal energy and ardor amaze Clio Chang '14, who went to the band's sold out show at the State Theatre on Saturday.
Even free tickets and a sitdown interview don't faze James Rainis '14, as he reports that We Are Scientists' Saturday show at Ithaca College was, nonetheless, under-par.
Lubabah Chowdhury '14 interviews the rock pianist Marco Benevento, who will play at The Haunt on Froday.
Jason Goldberg '14 gives his verdict on The Boss' socially-conscious Irish folk-rock album