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From left, sophomore Yushi Portwood, Cameron Narimanian ’22 and senior Ben Marcarell practice for their last show coming up Oct. 29. The three comprise the college rock band Port MacNam.

College rock band prepares for one last show together

By Jess Williams, Staff Writer October 5, 2022
Port MacNam, a college rock band of three current and former Ithaca College students, plans to reunite for one last show Oct. 29.
Ozzy Osbourne, most popularly known as the Prince of Darkness, released an inspired, ambitious piece of heavy metal art with Patient Number 9.

Review: Prince of Darkness solidifies himself as a legend

By Tess Ferguson, Staff Writer September 20, 2022
“Patient Number 9," the new album by Ozzy Osbourne, effectively captures the mischievous, defiant energy of heavy metal.

IC Creatives: Ryan Bieber

By Mack Rovenolt April 20, 2022

Review: Singles for the Week of of 4/7

Review: Singles for the Week of of 4/7

By Olivia Riggio, Life & Culture Editor April 7, 2019

“Unbearably White” Vampire Weekend Released April 4, 2019 Spring Snow, LLC. A song named “Unbearably White” by a band known for their preppy, New England aesthetic may elicit some...

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.
Infinite is the latest release from popular classic rock band, Deep Purple. The album released April 7 and features 13 tracks including an instrumental variant and an alternate recording of several of their songs.

Review: ‘Infinite’ fills the classic rock void

By Jake Leary, Assistant Life and Culture Editor April 13, 2017
The album fills the void left by the disappearance of classic rock, a hole in the musical landscape that only the giants of the genre can repair.
Students gather biweekly to informally Jammm

Students gather biweekly to informally ‘Jammm’

By Sydney Hill, Contributing Writer October 8, 2014
Students created "The Jammm," a biweekly event that allows students of all musical levels to come together and play instruments.
Seniors Mark Slotoroff, Jake Alvarez, Wade McManus and Will Shuttleworth rehearse in their house on East State Street. The band released its first album on Feb. 18.

On the road: Student band released debut album

By Ashley Wolf, Staff Writer March 5, 2014
The Danbees, a band composed of four seniors, recently released their debut album "I'm in Control" on Feb. 18.

Review: Phillip Phillips releases splendid debut album ‘The World from the Side of the Moon’

By Brian Porreca, Staff Writer December 4, 2012
Phillips introduces himself and his whole new world of music with, “The World from the Side of the Moon.” The album showcases his distinctly soulful voice as well as his talents as a writer and instrumentalist.
Gypsy Gets Shotgun plans to unplug

Gypsy Gets Shotgun plans to unplug

By Rose Vardell, Staff Writer November 29, 2012
With an album on the way to release and three EP tracks under its belt, Gypsy Gets Shotgun has entertained a wide group of local fans but now faces the countdown to what may be the group’s final number.
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