Missed Nick Swardson’s SOLD OUT show at the IMU? Get the details here.
Robert’s Reviews: Kali Uchis’ “Red Moon In Venus” is Endlessly Stunning
Kali Uchis returns with her first project since 2020’s “Sin Miedo.”
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The Joy Formidable had me rocking out with a cat at The Englert Theater. Confused? Well, me too.
It’s about time we had a Track of the Week again, so here we go! This summer hit single is gaining momentum on alternative radio, and with good reason. The track is called “Chocolate”, (the video is posted below), by The 1975. The alternative English group signed with UK based Indie label, Dirty Hit, in January of 2012. With their transcontinental musical crossover, expect to hear more from The 1975 in the future. If you like what you hear, their new EP, “IV” is out now. Buy it in CD or vinyl form here.
Read all about YouTube sensation Bo Burnham’s return to Iowa City on his “what.” Tour!
As I walked out of Van Allen Hall after class at 2 pm on April 11th, I passed by the Blue Moose, to see girls camped out, in the rain, waiting in line for the doors to open at 5:30. This did not shock me at all however. It didn’t shock me because I knew who was playing there that night. The Take It Or Leave It Tour was coming to the Blue Moose Thursday night, and the fans were ready. The sold out show began with the six member, Boston native band, Lions Lions. The Rock/Post Hardcore group shared with the crowd that they had missed the … Continued
Writer Alex Restrepo reviews Academy Award-nominated director Josh Aronson’s film “Orchestra of Exiles,” which was recently screened at the Englert Theatre!
Indian headdresses, rainbow furry knee-high boots, cat ears, and LED dreadlocks. These were just some of the many things writer Alex Restrepo and photographer Christopher Willauer saw at the Zeds Dead Concert. Check out their show review here!