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On the third night of the Columbia Music Festival, WKCR is giving us Barry Altschul’s BRAHMA at 8:30 pm in the Lerner Party Space.  But if you want a full night packed full of Columbia-centric music programming, the community has got you covered: CUSH is having a Discussion on Underground & Mainstream Hip-Hop at 7 […]

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Despite what his tour poster says, 3LAU will not be playing at Columbia on April 18th. According to a Pi Delta Psi member at last night’s Inter-Greek Council meeting, there had been an issue getting administrator approval for 3LAU to play at a Greek house. Instead, his concert, hosted by Pi Delta Psi, will be […]

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A tipster sent us this photo of progressive house DJ 3LAU‘s spring touring schedule. It’s also posted on his official Facebook page. Look at April 18th: “New York, NY Columbia University” It’s not clear exactly why he’ll be playing here, though. The weeklong Columbia Music Festival, announced last month, was scheduled to run from April […]

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