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December 15, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Hayley Kiyoko exceeds expectations

By | Apr 3, 2018

Kiyoko walks the line between carefree dance-pop and passionate ballads, using her vocal ability to keep each genre sounding genuine and mature.

Review: Singles for the week of 3/30

By | Mar 30, 2018

 
“Be Careful”
Cardi B
Released March 30
Atlantic Recording Corporation
Cardi B’s singing in the chorus is weak and suffers from the lack of a pounding bass, but her verses are poppy and sharply delivered.

Review: White’s record stifled by unstructured noise

By | Mar 28, 2018

In his attempt to break past stifling limits, White has also thrown out any semblance of structure.

Review: Singles for the week of 3/23

By | Mar 23, 2018

“Lost in Japan”
Shawn Mendes
Released Mar.

Review: Singles for the week of 3/16

By | Mar 16, 2018

 
“Let It Be”
Hayley Kiyoko
Released Mar.

Review: Singles for the week of 3/2

By | Mar 2, 2018

 
Meghan Trainor
Released Mar. 1
Epic Records
Meghan Trainor’s lack of enunciation makes her contrived lyrics all the more unbearable.

Students get second shot at singing with new a cappella group

By | Feb 28, 2018

“Everyone who’s in it pretty much tried out for another a cappella group or didn’t get a chance to try out for one,” Damien McMillan said.

Q&A: Professor discusses use of bioregional cinema

By | Feb 26, 2018

“This is about environmental cinema, or this concept of bioregional cinema. It is a concept that comes out of environmental activism,” Matt Holtmeier said.

Review: Singles for the week of 2/23

By | Feb 23, 2018

 
“Make Me Feel”
Janelle Monáe
Released Feb.

Review: Singles for the week of 2/16

By | Feb 16, 2018

 
“Love Lies”
Khalid, Normani
Released Feb.

Review: Singles for the week of 2/9

By | Feb 9, 2018

“Cassette Tapes”
L.I.F.T.
Released Feb. 9
Dead 30 Records
From the reliance on a snare drum to the spoken word lyrics, L.I.F.T.

WATCH: Students mold new music company for local artists

By | Feb 7, 2018

CollegeTown Records, a new student-run media production company, has recorded five songs with five artists, all students at the college.