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A young man dressed completely in white and a backwards flatbill cap stood amongst an older crowd. He stuck out as he waited for the band onstage to start.
In two albums, Alt-J has risen to household name status among alternative rock fans. Originating in Leeds, England in 2007, the band has become well known for driving synth bass, nasally falsetto vocals and unpredictable song structure. Never one for conventions, the band teased it’s third release, “Relaxer,” with binary code and images from a 1998 video game called “LSD.”
Amateur filmmaker Vivekjot Brar holds a degree in pharmacy, but after participating in IU’s Beyond Borders filmmaking workshop, she said she’d decided to pursue filmmaking professionally.
Under ceiling-strung Christmas lights, Carly Comando and Tom Patterson of Slingshot Dakota took the stage to the tune of “That One Night” from the TV show “The Office.” The crowd applauded and sang along. Then, Slingshot Dakota played.
After three weeks of promoting water and energy conservation, Delta Gamma and Read Center were the winners of the IU Spring Energy Challenge. They reduced their water and energy consumption by more than 12 percent each compared to last year.
WIUX is bringing artists Noname, SALES, Flasher and Post Animal to headline this year’s Culture Shock music festival April 15 in Dunn Meadow.
Zimbabwean political revolutionary and world music star Thomas Mapfumo started his career playing Elvis Presley covers. He then inspired the people of Rhodesia, modern day Zimbabwe, to overthrow their British colonizers in the 1960s and 1970s.
Rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry can tell Tchaikovsky the news himself as of last Saturday, when the rock legend died at the age of 90.