Devon O'Dwyer

Critical Voices: Phantogram, <i>Three</i>

Critical Voices: Phantogram, Three

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10/12/2016

Since their start in 2007, Phantogram has been known for producing dance hits and incorporating unique sampling into their music. Their work has attracted attention from many well known names, resulting in collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Skrillex, and OutKast. Their appropriately titled third full length album, Three, however, tackles their band power independent of other…

Critical Voices: Bad Suns, <i>Disappear Here</i>

Critical Voices: Bad Suns, Disappear Here

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09/23/2016

Following the success of their first album Language & Perspective (2014) featuring hits “Cardiac Arrest” and “Salt,” Bad Suns released their sophomore album, Disappear Here, on September 16. Bad Suns is a young band; the group’s lead vocalist Chris Bowman is only 22, but their  80’s punk influence grants the group a sound older than…

Concert Preview: Glass Animals, 9/25 Echostage

Concert Preview: Glass Animals, 9/25 Echostage

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09/19/2016

The British indie-rock group Glass Animals released their sophomore album, How to be a Human Being, on August 26th. Following the success of their 2014 debut album ZABA, Glass Animals continues to build on their existing follower base with a new record that immerses the listener into their weird and whimsical world. Even after the release…

The Weekly List: Syllabus Week

The Weekly List: Syllabus Week

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09/05/2016

As syllabus week winds down and the real work of the semester begins, now is the perfect time to find some of the most chill songs to relax to as long summer days transition into busy fall schedules. Here are some of wonderfully mellow, meditative tracks to help you enjoy some peaceful moments in the…

Critical Voices: M83, <i>Junk</i>

Critical Voices: M83, Junk

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04/27/2016

The French electronic-pop group M83, fronted by Anthony Gonzalez and Jordan Lawler, recently released Junk on April 8th. The band has been around since 2001, but their 2011 album Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming garnered the most attention. While they rose to fame through their 2011 hit “Midnight City,” Junk ultimately falls short of expectations. The…

Critical Voices: Ra Ra Riot, <i>Need Your Light</i>

Critical Voices: Ra Ra Riot, Need Your Light

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03/01/2016

Ra Ra Riot has been on the scene for a full decade now, but their most recent album, Need Your Light, still manages to be refreshing and offers something unique from their past records. The indie rock band from Syracuse features Wes Miles (vocalist), Milo Bonacci (guitarist), Rebecca Zeller (violinist), and Kenny Bernard (drummer). While…

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