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October 23, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Country icon’s cover album is a breath of fresh air

By | Mar 3, 2016

Nelson’s voice doesn’t quite have the same energy as it did when he was younger, but it’s sure to please any fan of his, whether they are fans of country or just fans of the American songbook.

Review: Historical film depicts triumphant story

By | Mar 2, 2016

“Race” is a story about succeeding against adversity set against the backdrop of a racist world in 1930s America and pre-war Nazi Germany.

Review: Synth sounds and raw lyrics strike success for The 1975

By | Mar 1, 2016

From start to finish, “I Like It When You Sleep” is strikingly different from the debut album, but The 1975 lets longtime fans know it’s still the same group from before through pretentious lyrics and beautiful compositions.

Review: Yung Lean’s latest falls short

By | Feb 29, 2016

Lean’s third studio album, “Warlord,” is no exception. Released Feb. 25, “Warlord” is both an expected and refreshing mix of Lean’s signature, heavily synthesized sound. Throughout the album, Lean’s, monotone voice dominates each track, making the entire thing hard to listen to all at once.

Review: Animal Collective latest can’t compare to previous

By | Feb 26, 2016

This album is interesting on its own but is disappointing when compared to the band’s previous catalog. Many might find this album enjoyable, and it is at times, but longtime fans could find themselves regretfully wanting to listen to Animal Collective’s other albums instead.

A Night of Festivities: Ithaca College celebrates Mardi Gras

By The Ithacan | Feb 25, 2016

The African-Latino Society hosted their annual Winter Wonderland ball on Feb. 20, with Mardi Gras as the theme.

National film society finds home at Ithaca College

By | Feb 24, 2016

The Delta Kappa Alpha National Professional Cinema Society has been founded as a local chapter at Ithaca College.

Local band’s first album a sweet success for members

By | Feb 24, 2016

Ithaca band Maple Hill just released its first studio album, “Headspace.”

Ithaca College alum invokes conflict through exhibit

By | Feb 23, 2016

The “Mind vs. Body” exhibit at the Creative Space Gallery is open until Feb. 28 and features artwork from Carolyn Hoffman.

Ithaca College professor takes sounds from the sea in album

By | Feb 23, 2016

Assistant professor Joshua Bonnetta just recently released his latest LP, “Lago,” which includes recordings from the Salton Sea in California.

Review: Mýa’s emotional tracks soar

By | Feb 23, 2016

Smoove Jones” is an expression of the singer’s passion for music through her lyrics. It is evident that this project was a labor of love for Mýa as it was independently made and self-funded, which demonstrates her profound effort and commitment to this craft.

Review: Guest artists augment West’s latest success

By | Feb 22, 2016

Tracks like “Ultralight Beam” and “Real Friends” are superb, and the album’s themes of depression, marriage and fame are examined from various angles.