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Critical Voices: For All My Sisters,  The Cribs

Critical Voices: For All My Sisters,  The Cribs

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03/27/2015

After two top ten albums, The Cribs may no longer be a British cult band, but they still have a major challenge in upholding their long stretch of great music with For All My Sisters, their fifth studio album. Formed in 2001, the band consists of twins Ryan and Gary Jarman on guitar and bass,…

Critical Voices: The Ripples, <i>The Ripples</i>

Critical Voices: The Ripples, The Ripples

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03/05/2015

Skepticism is often the response when a college band promotes their music, but that shouldn’t be the case with The Ripples. The Georgetown band just released their eponymous second album, and the band members’ artistry combine to create plenty of catchy tunes and soothing melodies. Tyler Pierce (COL ‘15) and Zach Fore are technically astounding…

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

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02/13/2015

Millions of people across the country watch the Super Bowl halftime show every year, and Katy Perry’s recent one was no exception. However, once you got past the robot lion, elaborate costumes, and left shark, the performance was really just a woman singing over computerized beats. That description sounds more critical than I mean it…

The Weekly List: Alone On Valentine’s Day

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02/02/2015

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and couples everywhere are preparing. Guys are making dinner reservations and buying flowers, gals are getting fancy new dresses, and I’m receiving angry comments for conforming to gender stereotypes. Still, not everyone will be looking forward to the holiday. Plenty of people won’t be venturing out for romantic walks or…

Archer  Is Back In Style

Archer  Is Back In Style

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01/29/2015

Sterling Malory Archer, everyone’s favorite socially dysfunctional spy, is back in a big way. Airing every Thursday at 10, season 6 of Archer takes the show back to its roots. Season 5’s Archer Vice disappointed some fans with its change in style, as the cast left behind their spy careers for a taste of the…

Concert Preview: Dr. Dog at the 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Dr. Dog at the 9:30 Club

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01/22/2015

Though I once thought that Dr. Dog was a solo artist, the band consists of six members, two guitarists, a bassist, a drummer, a keyboardist, and a sixth member who plays various instruments. Their style is best described as psychedelic indie rock, though they have a touch of folk and Beach Boys-esque surf rock as…

Critical Voices: The Memories, Hot Afternoon

Critical Voices: The Memories, Hot Afternoon

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12/04/2014

The Memories’ Hot Afternoon could not have been more appropriately named. After three self-produced albums from the Portland-based band, Hot Afternoon, their first studio album, contains exactly the kind of relaxing, jangly stoner rock that you’d expect to hear while relaxing at the beach. While The Memories have some success with this style, there are…

Burger, Tap & Shake vs. The Tombs

Burger, Tap & Shake vs. The Tombs

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11/19/2014

Welcome back to the Halftime Burger Bracket 2014! We present to you the battle of The Tombs versus Burger Tap Shake. These are two very different eateries with two very different burgers. Our endeavor began by asking the staff of each restaurant what they thought was the best burger on the menu. This left us…

Critical Voices: Cold War Kids, Hold My Home

Critical Voices: Cold War Kids, Hold My Home

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11/03/2014

About a year and a half ago, I went to a Cold War Kids concert with some of my friends. In one of the band’s most popular songs, “Hang Me Up To Dry”, there is a deliberately off-putting sequence of piano chords. A friend who wasn’t familiar with the band thought that they had messed…

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