Theodore Griffiths Staff Writer Pusha T is no secret to avid hip hop fans, but to the average listener he could easily slip through the cracks. He doesn’t focus on making club bangers and creating . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer The newest installment to the Protest the Hero saga has finally arrived. This Canadian progressive rock outfit recently released their fourth album independently, but distributed through Razor & Tie records (the . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer The ever-popular progressive metal machine that is Dream Theater has done it again. Their twelfth album, entitled “Dream Theater,” was released early last week via Roadrunner records. These musical magicians don’t . . .
Olivia Synoracki Staff Writer With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the holiday spirit is on its way. Soon enough, the radio will be blaring with holiday music, spreading cheer to many. So why not get . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer This year, the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival celebrates its fifth birthday with one of the most solid, and yet, one of the most confusing lineups thus far in their career. . . .
Amid the hustle and bustle of students going in and out of class, eager to be free for the weekend, students who play jazz instruments were given the chance to participate in the Annual Single Reed Symposium. Organized by Christy Banks, assistant chair of the Music Department, the Symposium is an all day festival of jazz music between 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. April 9 at the Ford Atrium in McComsey Hall. Starting early, students who had either a few weeks or a lifetime of experience with their instruments were invited to register for the day’s events. Bringing their own instruments, this free event gave students the chance to work with professional musicians who specialized in the same instrument. The guests were Frank Kowalsky on the clarinet and Chris Vadala on the saxophone. . . .
When first approached about attending a master class, my initial thought was of something in regard to an advanced class with many students in attendance. My initial thought was slightly off, I came to find out that a real master class was given to students by an expert, of a particular discipline. . . .
If you’re into food spiced with earthy concoctions and music beats that enter your very soul, then the Latino Food and Music Festival was the place to be Tuesday Oct. 6. From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. the rhythms of salsa and the smell of rich Latino foods filled the air of the SMC multi-purpose room. . . .