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Vampire Weekend Isn’t The Last Columbia Band

An all-Columbia student band on campus called Ampersand just put out a new video that they’ve apparently been working on for almost a year now. We think their music is pretty cool so we wanted to share yet another music-related post with you tonight to give you something to spend five minutes away from studying […]

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Get Your Aural Fixation From Penn Masala

Bwog music guru Shreyas Manohar brings you his coverage of the world’s first Hindi a cappella group, Penn Masala. The Penn Masala concert organised by club Zamana was a difficult concert to sit through because of all the important life choices I had to make. Do I get up on my chair and cheer like a […]

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What’s Cooler than Bands at Columbia? Bands at Columbia Playing Off Campus!

Bwog is a big music fan, especially of our own student music but lets face it: our weekends are sometimes too full of getting shwasty doing homework to come out and support every show.  Thankfully, Bwog’s Britt Fossum took some time out of her weekend to enjoy a performance by a couple of Columbia bands. Morningsiders […]

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