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In Earshot: Underrated songs from your favorites

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Contributing Reporter 12 hours ago

We all know Lizzo, Mac Miller, Hozier — the big names in music. Whether they have been big names in the industry for years or they are rising artists taking this awards season by storm, these artists...

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Crawfest still shines in hybrid format

Abe Messing , Contributing Reporter 13 hours ago

Tap here to support the next Crawfest. Tulane’s beloved Crawfest made its comeback on Saturday, April 17, after being canceled last spring in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Naturally, expectations...

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In Earshot: April 14

Grace Pearson-Thompson, Contributing Reporter April 14, 2021

“In Earshot” is a column introducing you to the best new releases and artists you need to have on your radar. From glittery pop to gut-wrenching lyrics, these musicians should be in your rotation.  Annie...

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79rs Gang breathes life back into live music

Clara Lacey , Senior Staff Reporter April 6, 2021

Last Thursday, April 1, the 79rs Gang took the stage at The Broadside with an energized performance of their full-length album “Expect The Unexpected.” With the album released last summer when...

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The End is (Almost) Here: Phoebe Bridgers helps bring era of Zoom concerts to a close

Cullen Fagan, Senior Staff Reporter March 28, 2021

This past Thursday, Tulane students settled into their beds, Trader Joe’s Sauvignon Blanc in hand, to watch a Zoom live stream with recent Grammy nominee Phoebe Bridgers. Tulane professor Chris Finney...

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Professor Courtney Bryan named LPO creative partner

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 24, 2021

Tulane Professor Courtney Bryan was recently named the first Creative Partner of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Bryan is a pianist and composer from New Orleans, as well as being the Albert...

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Louisiana Philharmonic plays on during COVID-19

Mackenzie Bookamer, Arcade Editor March 11, 2021

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra is based out of New Orleans, and although they cannot perform in the Orpheum Theater anymore, they have developed an extensive offering of virtual and altered in-person...

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The power of Taylor Swift’s re-recordings

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor February 17, 2021

In a surprise posting on Feb 11, Taylor Swift announced her newest album, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” a rerecording of 2008’s “Fearless.” The album will have 26 songs, including six...

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Alternative holiday tunes from Arcade

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor November 18, 2020

From new takes on familiar Christmas classics to original songs reflecting on the holiday season, this playlist is sure to get you into the holiday spirit without straying too far from your alternative...

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Ogden contemporary exhibit shows Louisiana talent

Meredith Abdelnour, Arcade Editor November 3, 2020

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s “Louisiana Contemporary” exhibit highlights the talented work and creativity of Louisiana artists and sparks conversations about many important social issues...

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The Mountain Goats are getting into knives

Haley Soares, Senior Staff Reporter November 3, 2020

On Friday, Oct. 23, indie-folk-rock band The Mountain Goats released their 19th studio album, “Getting Into Knives,” a title which might resonate with some of our newfound quarantine fueled hobbies. This...

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Hippo Campus energizes in virtual concert

Tucker Allen, Contributing Writer October 27, 2020

Last Thursday, from the historic First Avenue of Minneapolis in their home state of Minnesota, the persistently popular indie rock band Hippo Campus gave online audiences the second night of “Dream...

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