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How to Dress Well to relate songs of love Thursday at Hi-Ho Lounge

How to Dress Well to relate songs of love Thursday at Hi-Ho Lounge

Matthew Correa, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Tom Krell, better known to fans as How to Dress Well, will performing 9 p.m. Thursday at the Hi-Ho Lounge.Leading up to his performance, the Hi-Ho Lounge has posted to social media declaring that tickets are expected to sell out before doors open on the night of the show. Krell‘s tour supports his...

Tracy K. Smith to give poetry reading at Woldenberg Art Center

SC Ogorek, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade

Poet Tracy K. Smith will perform a live reading 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Woldenberg Art Center. The event is free and open to the public.The Newcomb College Institute hosts Smith as a part of the Florie Gale Arons Program, a program Gale’s daughters started in dedication to their poetry-loving mother....

Album of the Week: Jónsi explores nuanced emotional territory with first solo album

David Preda, Online Arcade Editor
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

There is no doubt that Icelandic singer Jónsi Birgisson possesses prodigious talent. Most know him from his band Sigur Rós, where his quivering falsetto hovers above ethereal music. In all of Sigur Rós’ official discography, Birgisson only sings in English once, on the track "All Alright." Fans final...

‘Waiting for Superman’ explores the corruption of the American public education system

Tyler Mead, Staff Reporter
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arcade

Here at Tulane, students can forget how lucky we’ve been our entire lives. Good schools, supportive teachers and a little luck contributed to where we are today. Unfortunately, not every student can be so lucky.At 7 p.m. Sept. 24 the award-winning documentary "Waiting for Superman" will screen at Jones Hall...

The Roux Burlesque empowers the art of black women

Julia Engel, Staff Reporter
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arcade

An excited and rowdy crowd came out to see "The Roux: A Spicy Black Burlesque Show" this past Friday at Café Istanbul in the Marigny. The show aimed to acclaim black women in an entertaining and inviting environment, and was produced by Blu Reine, a burlesque artist native to New Orleans.This year’s sho...

Silent Disco keeps party on campus Friday

Madeleine Swanstrom, Contributing Reporter
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

It's safe to say that Tulane students are always up for a party. Though they usually don't find these parties at school-sponsored events, this Friday it will not be necessary to venture off campus.Tulane After Dark, a Tulane University Campus Programming committee, will put on “Silent Disco” 8-11 p.m. Fr...

Real Estate finds way home in “Atlas”

Evan Krupp, Staff Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Real Estate, the popular Brooklyn-based slacker rock band, is traveling the globe once more to promote its new album, “Atlas,” and will stop at One Eyed Jacks MondaySix years after an eponymous first album, several world tours and huge life milestones, Real Estate has traveled a great distance. ...

Local sensation’s new record to spark old New Orleans soul

Local sensation’s new record to spark old New Orleans soul

Ben Shooter, Contributing Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Local sensation The New Orleans Suspects will shake up the Louisiana music scene with the release of its newest album “Ouroboros” in October. The band boasts a “Mean” Willie Green on drums, Reggie Scanlan on bass, Jeff Watkins on saxophone, clarinet and harmonica, Jake Eckert on guitar and mandoli...

Denzel Curry wows rowdy crowd with new tunes, balanced performance

Sam Ergina, Staff Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Destined to occupy the forefront of mainstream rap, 19-year-old Denzel Curry flowed impressively over bumping bass lines and hard-hitting beats Tuesday at the House of Blues with North Carolina-based rapper, Deniro Farrar.Curry said he attempts to distinguish himself from the plethora of artists making ...

Southern Arrow to throw raucous release party at Gasa Gasa

Laura Rostad, Staff Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Kiley Michaels takes turns hugging the microphone stand and bouncing around stage. Sean Cook slams his guitar and whips his shaggy head of hair to and fro. Picking the bass with steady expertise, Nelson Bastidas furrows his eyebrows in concentration while Jordan Lewis erupts on the drums. This is jus...

McKee explores instrumental atmospheres in newest release

McKee explores instrumental atmospheres in newest release

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Born and raised in Kansas, YouTube sensation Andy McKee describes himself as a homebody. The self-taught guitarist spent the majority of his youth in his bedroom cradling his guitar, trying to teach himself to play his favorite bands' songs. He will perform a handful of these songs among his own origina...

Book Review: Cowen’s “The Inevitable City”

Danny Fitzpatrick, Contributing Reporter
September 16, 2014
Filed under Arcade

Google the word 'leadership,' and you'll find more than 47 million hits. Many people know great ways to lead in theory, but few have had to put those skills to use to help rebuild a city. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, President Emeritus Scott Cowen was tasked with reopening Tulane, leading the education tas...

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