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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

  Written by Neda Svrakic We all know that finals week is the most dreaded seven days of every college semester – but why not add a little kick to your step while flipping through your ECON textbook and sipping on that Yerba Mate Chai? These 10 kickass tracks aren’t a guarantee that you’re going […]

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Monday Mixer: It’s Fall, Now Fall for Me

  “I saw old Autumn in the misty morn stand shadowless like silence, listening to silence.” -Thomas Hood Yes, the changing, falling leaves and the revival of the Pumpkin Spice Latte say it all—Autumn is upon us. But come on, Thomas Hood, we don’t need to listen to silence! How boring is that? Here’s a […]

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Monday Mixer

Coming up this Sunday is Father’s Day, so I put together a little mixtape for my father.  However, the normal length playlist seemed insufficient, so I decided to make him a double LP, following in the footsteps of one of our mutual favorite albums, the Beatles’ white album.  Each side has a different character to […]

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Shins Produce More of the Same, Same Still Good

Like most people of my age, the first time I heard The Shins was on Zach Braff’s self written, directed, and starred movie: Garden State. Braff was a huge fan of the band, and when making the film, decided to put in favorites “Caring is Creepy” and “New Slang”. These songs, off of their sophomore […]

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Broken Bells Continue to Impress While Keeping Their Sound

When are super-groups not a good idea?  Okay, sometimes they may turn into indulgent side projects for otherwise talented musicians, but more often they bring together different creative and artistic people and produce music that these people would not have created on their own. Here we find Broken Bells, the moniker for the collaboration between […]

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