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A Baby Gospel: Kirk DaBaby Album Review

The first time I heard DaBaby was on Lizzo’s remix of her popular song, “Truth Hurts.” Hearing his unique rap style piqued my interest....

5 Bands to Rock Greencastle This Weekend

Five bands will take the stage this weekend as part of Almost Home Restaurant’s tenth annual Greencastle Music Fest.

Looking back on Tom Petty: A photographer’s brief but unforgettable encounter

Before junior photographer Connor Burgess left to cover Milwaukee’s music festival Summerfest, his mom made him watch the 1980’s cult classic “Fast Times at...

As 2015 ends, year's best albums chosen

2015 was an exciting year for music. The industry fought new battles as some artists removed themselves from Spotify and others formed...

New Florida festival set to kick off summer season

In a simpler world, when you used to be able to count the number of music festivals on your fingers, Coachella would remind music...

WGRE: Singer-songwriter challenges religion in most recent release

In 2013, Josh Ritter broke away from his usual poetic, professor-friendly folk music to make a deeply personal divorce album, "The Beast...

Alumnus set to perform in namesake series

DePauw alumnus Judson Green ’74, the former president and CEO of NAVTEQ Corporation, will be returning to campus with his band, Eighth Element this...

BØRNS creates dreamlike eminence in debut album Dopamine

If you want to reward your brain, listen to the salient new album "Dopamine." Singer-songwriter and Grand Haven, Michigan native Garrett Borns, known by...

Student-run orchestra promotes light atmosphere, charitable giving with concert

The DePauw Pops Orchestra filled Kresge Auditorium with the sound of several iconic and beloved songs of the ‘80s on Wednesday night. Their set...

Vulfpeck mixes humor and style for charming debut

Over the past five years, Vulfpeck has released a series of EPs via Bandcamp showcasing their funky chops. Each song was accompanied...