Our entertainment lead producer shares the music she's reflecting on during Thanksgiving break.
It's that time of year again, when we all think about how lucky we are to live in a first world country, have a cute golden retriever, and an Aunt Lucy who makes a killer pumpkin pie. I know I'm not alone when I say that the thing that I am most thankful for is music.
Here is a list of 10 bands that I am thankful for and the reasons why. It's my way of saying Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Our picks will keep you occupied while while you ride out the storm at home or in your dorm.
Although it's barely raining in Syracuse yet, Syracuse University has canceled classes through Tuesday. So, grab your flashlights and snuggle up at home with a steaming cup of tea to enjoy our list of songs to survive the storm:
Preview: Taking a break from Bassnectar’s Fall 2012 tour, Gramatik is bringing his music to The Westcott Theater as he headlines the show this Saturday, Oct. 13.
The Slovenian-born producer Gramatik combines aspects from multiple genres, fusing them together with his personal take on electronic dance music. Good music is not encompassed in just one genre, and Gramatik makes thoughtful use of the different styles of music and combines them into something innovative and unique.
SU students take to Twitter to voice their feelings on Nas' no-show.
Amidst all the fanfare and good vibes that filled the Carrier Dome at last night’s One World Concert, one highly-anticipated artist that was slated to perform within the all-star lineup was noticeably absent: Nas.
Los Angeles garage rockers and New England punk rockers will come to The Schine Underground on Oct. 11 with support from Dumb Talk.
Student-run radio station WERW are bringing their second wave of bands in this semester. After a successful show at Badlands, they're ready to bring rock back to the Schine Underground with Dum Dum Girls, Math The Band, and Dumb Talk.