Thursday, April 15, 2021
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Last CUB Alt electrifies classic rock sound

The stage was built, the tricolor lights were aglow and the speakers were set for CUB’s Alt’s final show of the semester. While the shows have branched out into rap and folk music recently, this week’s concert returned to its roots for one last time this fall.

Duster sweeps audience at CUB Alt show

A slow burn of a night led to an atmospheric setting on Oct. 18 in the Brower Student Center Room 225.

Tool album tops charts after 13-year hiatus

Thirteen years after Tool’s last record, the progressive metal phenomenon released its long-awaited fifth album, “Fear Inoculum,” on Aug. 30. The move came shortly after the group added its music to Spotify and before it uploaded music videos for several existing songs.

Oso Oso searches for light in new album

Two steps forward, one step back. And then, hopefully, another step forward. It’s all about making progress, even if it is a long road ahead. That’s the underlying theme of Oso Oso’s third album, “Basking in the Glow,” from Triple Crown Records. Oso Oso is the project of Long Island native Jade Lilitri, not a newcomer to the emo and pop-punk scene, but quickly becoming a scene staple.

WSTR New Noise

This week, WTSR’s Music Director Brian Marino highlights some of the best new music that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation.

WTSR New Noise

This week, WTSR Music Director Brian Marino highlights some of the best new music that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts...

Singer revels in New Jersey roots

Students were eager to catch a glimpse of CUB Alt’s third show this semester in the Brower Student Center on Friday, Sept. 21. Opening band Free Cake for Every Creature got the crowd amped up with their indie pop tunes, and conversely, headlining singer-songwriter Mree got the crowd to unwind and relax with her indie folk music.

Indie band turns frowns upside down

When the New Jersey-based band took the stage, band members Calvin Langman and Luke Davis, were joined by Graham Orbe, who filled in for their original guitarist Ross Monteith, who broke his arm and could not play. Monteith still came to the concert, however, to support his fellow band members.

CUB Alt presents Remo Drive featuring Ditz and Nervous Dater

Students enjoyed the final alternative jam session of the semester in the Brower Student Center on April 24, hosted by the College Union Board. The concert featured underground bands Remo Drive, the headliner, Nervous Dater and Ditz, the two openers.

WTSR New Noise: Flyte and Django Django

This week, WTSR music staff highlights some of the best new albums that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation. Band Name: Flyte Album...

Despite setbacks, Weller rocks the final show of tour

After losing their van to a blown transmission nearly 700 miles away from home, the guys in Weller ended their tour on a high note at The Stanhope House in Stanhope, N.J., on Friday, May 27.

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