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Concert Review: The Head and the Heart – Living Mirage Tour

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on October 17, 2019

By Erin Slack The Head and the Heart is an indie-folk band currently on their Living Mirage tour throughout North America to advertise their new album “Living Mirage.” The band is from Seattle, Washington and consists of Jonathan Russell (percussion, guitar, vocals), Charity Rose Thielen (violin, guitar, vocals), Matt Gervais (guitar, vocals), Chris Zasche (bass), […]

Interview: Ghastly

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on October 10, 2019

By Nick Gerace Ghastly is undoubtedly one of the most underrated artists in EDM. Known for his diverse production and shows, David Lee Crow is one of the fastest rising house and bass music talents to be a part of some of the most acclaimed electronic music festival lineups in the world. This year, at […]

“COLUMBIA, WE’RE HOME!”

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on September 14, 2019

RoseCatherine James and Samira Nematollahi  Hootie & the Blowfish is back in Columbia for the first time in eighteen years. Wrapping up their “Group Therapy” national tour with the Barenaked Ladies, the Columbia natives ended up having to add two extra shows to their stop to account for the outpour of enthusiasm.  Opening the show, […]

Shaky Beats 2019: An Interview with GG Magree

Posted by WUSC Public Affairs on June 2, 2019

This year at Shaky Beats Music Festival, I had the privilege to sit down with Australian vocalist, producer, and bass DJ, GG Magree. Since her break-through collaboration with Zeds Dead and NGHTMRE, “Frontlines”, GG has had no trouble making herself known in the EDM scene. Her multi-talented repertoire has earned her spots on some of […]

Interview: Walden at Shaky Knees 2019

Posted by WUSC on May 12, 2019

Interview: Walden at Shaky Knees 2019 By Luis Rodriguez Walden was the very first act that I saw perform Saturday, and I emailed them immediately after for an interview. This group of guys from Athens, GA had instantly stolen my heart with their electric energy, intense passion, immense stage presence and of course their musical […]

Shaky Knees 2019: Interpol

Posted by WUSC on May 7, 2019

Shaky Knees 2019: The Enduring Influence of Interpol By Jordan Smith The years between 2000 and 2011 proved to be some of the most important ones for New York City. In the midst of what seemed like a rock n’ roll revolution, bands like The Strokes, Bloc Party, LCD Soundsystem and Interpol contributed to a […]

Shaky Knees 2019: Natalie Prass

Posted by WUSC on May 6, 2019

Shaky Knees 2019: Natalie Prass in the Rain By Jordan Smith The threat of rain at a festival is the threat of chaos – changed set times, intense crowding of all shaded areas and a fear of cancellation loom large every summer. But walking onto the stage with a knee-length pink rain coat, Natalie Prass […]

10 reasons to go to Shaky Knees

Posted by WUSC on April 30, 2019

10 reasons to go to Shaky Knees this year By Jordan Smith Festival season is upon us. As a music-lover and long-time employee of a radio station, I know more than anyone how frustrating it is living so far away from major fests like Pitchfork and Governor’s Ball. But recently Atlanta festival Shaky Knees has […]

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