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The Abacchalypse approacheth—only 14 days away! Last night, CU Records hosted a battle of the bands to see which Columbia band would get to open for inimitable Snoop Dogg and Das Racist. We now know that CUSH (Columbia University Society of Hip-Hop) came out on top, but Bwog’s resident Rocker Groupie Lily Icangelo was there […]

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CU Records started recording musicians at their events this year, and they’ve just released their first two compilations of live performances. The BetaJam and Lounge Night compilations are now available to download for free, and feature bands like Life Size Maps and Blaxel. CU Records is also hosting an Open Mic Lounge Night in the John Jay Lounge […]

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The entire lineup of CU Records has been slated for a showcase at the CMJ Music Marathon! This Saturday, Night Eyes, MJWaterFire, Jake Snider, Tara Priya, and Life Size Maps will be performing at 7 p.m. at the Charleston. Give your midterm-addled brain a break and head down to Brooklyn to check them out for […]

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