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Long Violent History only has one song with words, but it says a lot.
Country music is back in a big way. The faceless Orville Peck helped bring it here.
While the coronavirus forced all of us back into our homes, Fiona Apple also stayed home. But she left her comfort zone.
Tyler Childers sings for his life. From his three increasingly impressive studio albums to the live album that is making him famous, Childers knows what true grit sounds like.
My last, first column of my college career is not being written how I imagined when I started writing Words I Might Have Ate three years ago.
About 200 people rallied in Peden Stadium’s parking lot Wednesday afternoon to protest Ohio University laying off 140 union employees.
There’s a mutual understanding among everyone, right now, that life could be and has been better. The coronavirus pandemic, and the corresponding stay-at-home order issued by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, have emptied the streets and closed the regular public meeting spaces. Those quiet streets, along with the thunderstorms that have rushed in alongside spring, call for content that matches the eerie feeling outside during the pandemic.
At the crispy intersection of funk, psychedelic rock and blues sits New Orleans legend Malcolm John Rebennack Jr., better known as Dr. John — or the night tripper, or the gris-gris man. And on the first Fat Tuesday since he died, Dr. John’s influence on jazz and New Orleans is still abundant.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has confounded and baffled voters again by taking yet another opportunity to remind them he is not, and will never, be running for president. This is the second time throughout the primaries he blamed his poor performance on the fact he isn’t actually running for president.
It happens almost every day — I’ll be scrolling through Facebook, trying to read my news, when an article from news source The Onion comes up.
In his ninth film, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino tries to do what he has already done: change history. The plot harkens back to his extremely successful Inglourious Basterds. But this time, a spaghetti western actor, Rick Dalton (Leonardo DeCaprio), and his stunt double, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), meet the Manson Family and try to save Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) and her baby’s life.
I have seven tattoos — five professionally done and two given to me by a friend in a bedroom. During each one, I learn more about my body and my pain tolerance.
For someone who has been so infallibly consistent with his voting record, Sen. Bernie Sanders has taken a lot of flack.
The lawyer, activist and former City Council member reflects on his life.
The vinyl revival is exploding. Walmart is carrying vinyl, bands are pressing their new albums again and Record Store Day is nearing national holiday-levels of celebration. Owning vinyl lets listeners connect with the music physically. But that physicality comes at a cost: plastic waste.
Psychedelic rock’s recent commercial success is, in part, Tame Impala founder Kevin Parker’s fault. The success of Tame Impala’s third studio release, Currents, shows that he’s ready to mold the genre into whatever he wants.
After a few kids, a devastating fire and a collaboration with The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas, The Growlers are a little more complex than the band used to be. And that’s okay.
The Grateful Dead isn’t a secret. What is a secret, however, is why the band has lasted over half a century. The live shows outlive the studio albums, with newly found shows and remasterings of beloved ones popping up every year.
They’re on every street corner, at the top of every hill. They jump out of nowhere outside of dining halls and dorms, and they’re outside the bars on the weekend — calling for signatures to help make them a buck.