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Denise Miller, Web Staff May 5, 2015

After the season of spring arrived, a blanket of pollen lingered over the campus of Guilford College leaving nothing untouched. The yellowish substance emerged on cars and was relentless in letting go....

Concert Review: Holy Ghost Tent Revival at the Blind Tiger 4/25/15

Danielle Mathias, Guest Writer May 5, 2015

Tent revivals are jovial events, religious yes, but the spirit of it is familiar to us all. The atmosphere at the Blind Tiger off of Spring Garden Street was not much different on Saturday evening. When...

Review of Goon by Tobias Jesso, Jr.

Dylan O'Connor, Guest Writer April 7, 2015

There is something surreal and haunting about the photograph on the cover of Canadian singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso, Jr.'s debut album Goon. In it, Jesso's face is partly obscured by darkness. The background...

Review of Reelease by Reesa Renee

Ronda Muhammad, Guest Writer March 10, 2015

After the first listen to “Reelease,” I was delightfully satisfied. The journey that Reesa Renee takes you on as you listen to her album is like going to the spa. First, you enter the spa, open your...

Review of Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper by Panda Bear

Dylan O'Connor, Guest Writer March 3, 2015

Panda Bear, A.K.A. Noah Lennox, is known in his band Animal Collective for being the foil to the group's other co-founder, Avey Tare. On his own he is known as the creator of such masterworks as 2007's...

Quick Review: Tyranny by Julian Casablancas + the Voidz

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

This is the sound of a Julian Casablancas who is tired of making pretty, fun rock music.  If you saw his name and thought, “Oh cool, I love the Strokes,” get that out of your mind now.  Tyranny is...

Quick Review: Everyday Robots by Damon Albarn

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

This is a cautionary tale about the detriments of the typical first-world lifestyle.  Sounding laid back and dreary on his first solo album, Albarn concocts some obnoxiously catchy tunes, as usual, with...

Quick Review: Manipulator by Ty Segall

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

Ty Segall continues to relentlessly pump out thrilling rock experiences, and no, he still hasn’t run out of ideas.  His music is straight out of the sixties; he belongs more with early Pink Floyd than...

Quick Review: Eight Houses by She Keeps Bees

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer November 13, 2014

Listening to this album feels like sitting in a jazz bar… but better. It is personal and full of soul. Imagine a string of blues-y, socially charged tracks with a twinge of garage rock thrown in. The...

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