A WSBF concert at the Bengal Tiger, locals: Stage Fright Therapy.
WSBF, your local student run radio station, puts on free concerts both semesters, and one grand large Spring Festival at the end of the school year.
WSBF also has open mic nights every week, and most importantly AWESOME RADIO PROGRAMS.
If you are interested in getting involved or becoming a DJ, stop by the intern drop-in this Tuesday, September 13th. Check it out on wsbf.net!
Check out my review of Beirut’s new album The Rip Tide over at Mind Equals Blown! Here is “Port of Call”, the final track from The Rip Tide, which drops today.
Check out my review of Loch Lomond’s Little Me Will Start A Storm over at Mind Equals Blown! Here’s the video for “Elephants and Little Girls”
I can’t tell which is more awesome: the song or the music video. Bombay Bicycle Club - “Shuffle”
Considering the fact that we’ve maintained a constant love affair with the music of Mr. Folds since day one, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that for me the proposition of “Covers Week” instantly brought to mind this song: a thoroughly Folds-ified version of Dr. Dre’s “Bitches Ain’t Shit.” I felt like such a gangster back when I jammed to this song in ninth grade on the way home from yet another shitty debate tournament. Actually scratch that: I was a gangster.
I just love this lighthearted song that makes me want to rave on. Enjoy Cults’ “Rave On”
Our boys in Foster the People are straight blowing up right now; I hear “Pumped Up Kicks” whenever I turn on the radio (and that is a very, very rare occurrence). Well, what I find more delightful than the song about a kid going on a shooting spree and killing other kids is their song “Helena Beat”. Dig it.
If hearing this song doesn’t make you feel both incredibly happy/accomplished and yet also sad, then I apologize because you clearly had a shitty childhood. And preteenhood, and teenage years, and adulthood. Because, you know what? I’m a 21-year-old chick, and I still beat Wind Waker AND Ocarina of Time: Master Quest once a year, every year. Gotta stay up on your game, right? Listen, just get all nostalgic and listen to the ending theme to the Legend of Zelda that makes you want to start a new save file all over again.