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Remember Bacchanal last year? –Just kidding, who ever does? Well, for those of you who weren’t around, you missed the biggest band on campus, the Morningsiders. Here’s your chance to read up on who they are and what they’ve been up to since last year’s Battle of the Bands and their opening performance for Macklemore. […]

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Take a momentary break from your finals panic to listen to some of your talented peers. Sun Looks Down—Spencer Horstman, Jacob Sunshine, David Su, all CC’14, and Diana Flanagan, CC’15—just dropped their first official single, Moonshine, and it sounds awesome. Their full EP will be available in late January, but for now you can listen […]

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There’s a smattering of musical events featuring your classmates around the city tonight and through the weekend.  It’ll probably be more fun than breaking into some rando senior’s EC townhouse. NEWER SOUNDS: Back to School When: Tonight from 5-10 pm Where: Hostelling International at 104th and Amsterdam Cost: $5 for students Who: Not one but three […]

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Star and the Sea

Even though the weather is surprisingly warm today, winter is still here. In that spirit, Star and the Sea (Dominique Star, CC ’13, and her band) have released their first music video, shot by Bernhard Fasenfest, CC ’16, called “Winter in New York.”

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Need another finals pick-me-up?  Yesterday we showed you The Morningsiders’ new video for their song “Empress.”  Today, we bring you a video set to the Jeffers Win song “I Can’t Call You (I’m in the Army).”  Columbia band, Columbia crew, and some Columbia landmarks for you to point at and say “OMG I’VE TOTALLY BEEN […]

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If you need a little something to accompany you on the walk to your next final, we have video evidence of people being talented at Columbia. Here’s “Empress,” the new music video from Morningsiders (a.k.a. a really cool band whose blurb is below). Enjoy! And maybe get inspired. Morningsiders is Magnus Ferguson, Reid Jenkins, Robert […]

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Lowlapalooza, a new festival of student bands on campus, is coming this Sunday!  In the days leading up to the event, Bwog will introduce you to the performers.  In our inaugural edition, music seekers Noel Gutierrez-Morfin, Sean Vonzie, and Alexandra Svokos respectively bring you Foggy Details, The Huet, and Bourgie Roots.  The official set times have […]

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The world’s best known former Ruggles inhabitants, Vampire Weekend, released their new album Contra yesterday. The album has received positive reviews so far, including  a shockingly high 8.6 from notoriously picky Pitchfork Media.  The band was recently interviewed for a Wall Street Journal music blog, Speakeasy. The band talked about books and wore cardigans. VW […]

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Do like music and stuff? Well if you do, you’re in luck cause this week CMJ Music Marathon returns to NYC.  The marathon features over 1,000 bands almost all with peculiar names. Columbians probably have a slightly distorted perspective on the difficulty of making it in today’s music world due to the providential success of […]

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