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“Revolutionary Love” is Ani DiFranco’s first album release since her 2019 memoir, “No Walls and The Recurring Dream.” 

Review: Ani DiFranco album is full of love

By Jasmine Morrow, Contributing Writer February 13, 2021
“Revolutionary Love” is Ani DiFranco’s first album release since her 2019 memoir, “No Walls and The Recurring Dream.” 
Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.

Review: Folk artist releases earthly album with butterfly theme

By Jasmine Morrow, Contributing Writer October 30, 2020
Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.
“Whole New Mess,” the recent album by singer-songwriter Angel Olsen, creates new versions of a few tracks from her previous album “All Mirrors.” While the new album occasionally misses a key step to make it sensational, it is overall a great retread of Olsen’s past.

Review: Folk meshes with vibrant vocals in stripped album

By Jackson Noel, Staff Writer September 8, 2020
“Whole New Mess,” the recent album by singer-songwriter Angel Olsen, creates new versions of a few tracks from her previous album “All Mirrors.”
Pablo Cohen, associate professor in the Department of Performance Studies, recently won the gold medal for Best Album and Best Instrumentalist for the Global Music Awards in Spring 2018.

Q&A: Professor’s album wins gold medal at Global Music Awards

By Meredith Burke, Opinion Editor September 17, 2018
For the Spring 2018 awards, an Ithaca College professor won the gold medal for Best Instrumentalist and Best Album.
Punks Against Fascism concert touches on political hostility

Punks Against Fascism concert touches on political hostility

By Matt Maloney, Assistant Multimedia Editor April 19, 2017
Macabre Theatre Ensemble hosted Punks Against Fascism, a concert on April 15 which featured punk and folk acts from Ithaca College.
Brand New Day is a departure for The Mavericks. The band is known for their rock style, but their latest album infuses their tracks with elements of folk music.

Review: The Mavericks make magic with ‘Brand New Day’

By Meg Tippett, Staff Writer April 5, 2017
The Mavericks released several rock albums throughout their career, but “Brand New Day” is a step away from these old roots.
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