Folk band Bon Iver will perform at Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown on September 17, as commissioned by Ithaca-based Dan Smalls Presents. Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell will open the night, which is set to begin at 8 p.m.
The big names rocked Bonnaroo, but Dan Robbins '13 offers five newcomers who stole the show.
Coachella 2012 was memorable not only for the music but for its people, as Alice Wang '15 observed.
Martha Wydysh '14 sings high praise for her favorite album, Sufjan Stevens' magnum opus, Illinois.
Sydney Ramsden '14 gives the newest and remarkably unremarkable solo album by M. Ward, A Wasteland Companion, a spin.
Kai Sam Ng '14 reviews the new LP by synthpop outfit Chromatics, responsible for the opening song in last year's acclaimed film Drive.
James Rainis '14 talks straight and shares his picks for when music "micro genres" go too far.
Sydney Ramsden '14 does not believe in the notorious "sophomore slump" that afflicts many rock acts and has three examples to prove it.
Lucy Goss '14 on Dirty Ghosts' new album Metal Moon.
Martha Wydysh is impressed with the Punch Brothers' latest, Who's Feeling Young Now?