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The Diana Leich quartet performs at Porchfest on Sept. 25 as crowds of people walk by, taking in the sound of various music genres from different porches.

Porchfest happily returns to the Ithaca live music scene

By Elizabeth Kharabadze, Co Life and Culture Editor September 28, 2022
Porchfest returned to Ithaca in full swing Sept. 25 following a two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ithaca local Jonathan Petronzio ’04 performs Aug. 18 at the Ithaca Night Bazaar for the first time with his experimental funk and reggae music project, Road Man. The Ithaca Night Bazaar, which runs monthly from May to September, welcomes diverse local and regional artists and musicians to the Ithaca Farmers Market.

Ithaca Night Bazaar welcomes creatives

By Elizabeth Kharabadze, Co Life and Culture Editor August 24, 2022
Beneath the glow of fairy lights, the sound of reggae and funk music filled the air as Ithaca creatives convened to celebrate art, music and life.

IC Got Talent showcases student performers

November 17, 2021

Student leadership consultants in the office of student engagement hosted IC Got Talent Nov. 14 in IC Square. Students sang, played instruments and performed comedy songs. 

From left, Devon Buckley, Johnny Driscoll, Eliana Maharani and Aria Dawn Tiphereth perform April 10 at Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar. This was the bars first live show since the pandemic.

Local lounge brings back live music

By Elijah de Castro, Staff Writer April 28, 2021
From left, Devon Buckley, Johnny Driscoll, Eliana Maharani and Aria Dawn Tiphereth perform April 10 at Sacred Root Kava Lounge and Tea Bar. This was the bar's second live show since the pandemic.
Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squads James Searl (Right) poses in the studio with with producer Matt Goodwin. Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad

Q&A: IC alumnus performs with Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

By Angela Poffenbaugh, Staff Writer October 19, 2016
The bassist and vocalist of the group, James Searl ‘04, helped to form the band in 2001 when he was a sophomore at Ithaca College.

Lupe Fiasco’s raps rock

By Jared Dionne, Staff Writer April 20, 2011
After a tumultuous two years that saw the release of his album “L.A.S.E.R.S.” pushed several times, rapper Lupe Fiasco is due for some happier times. Following some disputes with his record label Atlantic, the Chicago native finally set forth his latest musical effort last month. His current tour in support of “L.A.S.E.R.S.” saw him take…

Freshman gives all in first live show

By Megan Devlin, Assistant Accent Editor February 23, 2011
Pulsing up and down on the cold tile, a pair of gray Nike sneakers gently thump to an internalized beat. Watching show goers trickle in the doorway, the underground rapper hangs by the stage wings and prepares for his premiere. Small clusters of young people shuffle across the empty dance floor while an older crowd…

Kid Cudi ends concert on upbeat note

By Alexandra Evans, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2010
Saturday’s Kid Cudi concert at Cornell University’s Barton Hall was more like one-third of a Kid Cudi concert. He didn’t enter the stage until almost two hours into the night, giving the first two performers more time than they should have had for their sets. But when Kid Cudi finally did grace the stage, the…

M.I.A. stays true to eclectic style

By Alexandra Evans, Assistant Accent Editor October 5, 2010
British singer M.I.A. is known for controversial antics and songs that emphasize electronic sound and emotion. She’s been the brunt of criticism this past year after she delivered disappointing performances that lacked focus and energy as she mumbled her lyrics and made fans think she looked too high to perform. Though she definitely didn’t seem…

Great Elk sets Wildfire Lounge ablaze

By Alexandra Palombo, Senior Writer September 15, 2010
The band was small, the room was small and the crowd was small. But with their country-tinged indie rock and their mellow attitude, Great Elk’s performance at Wildfire Lounge on Saturday night smoothly blended its name into the folky Ithaca music niche.
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