Album Review: Quadra by Sepultura

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 15, 2020

By Schuler Their 35 years on the metal spectrum have seen Sepultura mutate and progress further and further away from the death-thrash roots with which they made their bones in the late 80s and early 90s. While this isn’t entirely uncommon for veteran acts, what’s impressive is that Sepultura have managed to do it—and do […]

Underrated Artist: Danny and Alex

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 15, 2020

By Noelle Shortreed // DJ Scuba Steve  Danny Scordato and Alex Merrill are a pop-funk duo based in St. Petersburg, Florida. Danny and Alex are more than just another boy band who draws their inspiration from 80’s music; over a span of twelve years, the two went from middle school best friends to writing, producing, […]

Concert Review: Poppy

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 12, 2020

By Max Patterson On February 10th, two of my friends and I went to see Poppy at the Underground in Charlotte for her I Disagree tour. For those unfamiliar with Poppy’s youtube presence (a surreal, ASMR-riddled experience), Poppy’s discography would be a good place to jump into the strange rabbit hole, given that it is […]

Cage the Elephant Albums Ranked

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 11, 2020

By Sebastian Lee // Sebass 6. Thank You Happy Birthday Starting out the list at the bottom is Cage the Elephant’s second album, Thank You Happy Birthday. Putting this album so low actually feels very wrong to me. My two favorite Cage the Elephant songs, “Aberdeen” and “Shake Me Down,” are both found on this […]

Concert Review: Space Jesus

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 8, 2020

By Nick Gerace On Wednesday, Space Jesus brought his Moon Dot Landing tour to Columbia. Touching down at the Senate, following the unfortunate closing of Greenville’s the Firmament, the Moon Dot crew brought some serious firepower with them to make for an electrifying night of music. Equipped with a large, oval LED screen and plenty […]


Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 6, 2020

by Hadley Schaffer About a year ago, I stumbled across a weird band called AJJ (formerly Andrew Jackson Jihad). I thought one of their albums (People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World) had a funny name, so I decided to give it a listen. I instantly fell in love. Their […]

January Release Round-Up

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 4, 2020

By Hadley Schaffer At the end of each month, we’ll write about our favorite (or least favorite) releases. Here’s January, wrapped up. In order from best to worst. I Disagree – Poppy [Alternative Metal] Poppy’s departure from pop music into the world of metal is everything I wanted it to be. I had been beyond […]

Concert Review: WUSC Winter Concert

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on February 1, 2020

By Rachel Minetti // DJ BREAD A weeknight concert can be the thing you need to get you through the week, a break from the day’s routine and and respite from five days of sitting through rush hour traffic. People filed into Curiosity Coffee Bar Wednesday night for WUSC’s first show of the new decade. […]

Interview: Catherine Hunsinger of Rex Darling

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on January 28, 2020

By Rachel Minetti In anticipation for WUSC’s first live show of the decade, I had the opportunity to interview the lovely Catherine Hunsinger, the vocalist for Rex Darling. Curiosity Coffee will host Rex Darling and Lleau, both local to Columbia, on Wednesday January 29th at 7pm. WUSC: Tell us a bit about Rex Darling – […]

Album Review: Manic by Halsey

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on January 28, 2020

By Carly Mihovich Just over a week ago, Halsey released her third studio album in the form of Manic. The singer initially found fame on social media in the early 2010s when she published her music online to websites like Youtube. Now, it seems we’ve come full circle as Halsey’s most recent bout in the […]

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