About Madeline Rehayem

I’m Maddie. I’m a News-Editorial Journalism major who loves punk rock, baseball, coffee, live music and offensive art, and hates writing about herself. Maybe one day I will be a rock star or a roller derby girl or even own a cat.

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Photos: Operation Santa Benefit Show at The Highdive

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Monday Mixer: Election Edition

Green Day – American Idiot Don’t be an American Idiot – instead, vote for whichever candidate you think should be President for the next four years. Here’s a playlist that should cover most of those hot-button issues that will likely determine your vote. Have Nots – Secret Machines (foreign policy) Bomb The Music Industry! – […]

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Monday Mixer

The greatest thing about music festivals is that you get to see bands that you absolutely love, and in the same day you get the chance to discover new music as well. Pitchfork Music Festival ended just yesterday night, and I left with a few songs stuck in my head. Here they are, songs from […]

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New Song From The Gaslight Anthem

You can now stream American-punk rockers The Gaslight Anthem’s new single at Rolling Stone’s website. On the track, entitled “45,” singer Brian Fallon sings, “Turn the record over.” You can be the judge of whether his band’s sound has made a turn-around in terms of their sound or not. The Jersey band’s album is set […]

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Say Anything Spread Anarchy through Emotion

For his band’s fourth album, Say Anything front man Max Bemis scraped up every last ounce of his signature angst from major label RCA and brought it to Equal Vision Records. You can hear his signature emotionally charged, growling vocals from the very first track, “Burn A Miracle,” which was also the album’s first single. […]

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Kaiser Chiefs Play the Revolution Safe

The latest effort by the Kaiser Chiefs, Start the Revolution Without Me, is actually the American rerelease of their album The Future Is Medieval, which came out last June. Originally a highly customizable album with create-your-own track listing and album artwork, the rerelease offers a more cohesive product. While it is more organized, this album […]

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