About David Christians

(Web Producer) The Authentic David Christians enjoys looking at how art (music, architecture, poetry, etc) shapes our world.  He also enjoys wearing the glasses of the architect Le Corbusier while watching Doctor Who and drinking tea.  When feeling self-conscious, he speaks about himself in the third person.

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Broken Bells – After The Disco (Review)

Spend any time looking and you’ll see the giant pink lantern from the cover of the first Broken Bells album on the cover of the second—the other elements do little but distract from the fact that it’s basically the same image; the album contained is unfortunately summed up in approximately the same way. The second […]

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Monday Mixer

  I recently made a playlist of dance-y tunes for a small get-together I threw, and these are some of the tracks that I played for it.  Essentially, these are some of the tracks that I would most enjoy grooving too.  We’re not talking about the fist pump or indie sway with this list; these […]

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She & Him – Volume 3 (Review)

Volume 3: the third album from M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel’s project She & Him has a title that should set it up for the following review: “She & Him release a third album without much innovation that won’t win or lose any fans,” but that’s not what this album is. This album actually shows […]

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Strokes Streaming new album

The new album from the Strokes, Comedown Machine, won’t be released for another week, but you can listen to it right now here.  The artwork on this album has a great retro feel to it, and the album has all the things we’ve always loved from the Strokes.  We’ll review this album later, but we wanted […]

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Monday Mixer

This is the last post I will make as the WPGU 107.1 Web Producer, as my time here is up.  I’ll be replaced by the new WPGU 107.1 Web Producer, the equally apt Boswell Hutson, as I move on to post-college life.  My time at WPGU 107.1 has been fantastic, and while I’ll still be […]

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Preview: Canoe Canoe

With some of the coolest graphics and designs we’ve seen around here in years comes Canoe Canoe, a Chicago band with great tunes that you don’t want to miss.  Whether you’re already familiar with their psych-pop or just into good music, their upcoming show promises to be a lot of fun. Canoe Canoe are playing […]

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