1968 was a pivotal year. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were both assassinated, Boeing introduced the first 747 jumbo jet and the “The Beatles” (White Album), among other music, was released.
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Father John Misty, real name Joshua Tillman, can’t possibly be the same person he was six years ago — nobody is — but regardless of how he’s changed personally, his sound has been consistent since his first solo release under the stage name.
The Limestone Comedy Festival kicked off Thursday, May 31. The first event was the Brewtube Comedy Happy Hour Show at the Upland Brewery, and the second event consisted of performances from an array of comedians at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
Starting a vinyl record collection in a small town can sometimes be hard. It’s an expensive habit, stores are sometimes scarce and it’s often difficult to find the records you want. Luckily, Bloomington has several stores you can go into to start or add great records to your collection.
When my parents shipped me off to college, money was the last thing on my mind — and they wanted it that way. This isn’t always possible, and it’s not the case now. While my parents graciously handle my tuition and groceries, when I left the dorms after freshman year, I began paying for my rent and my utilities. I knew my parents saved up money to pay for my brothers, David and Alex, and I to go away to college because they didn’t want us to have any student loans. However, if they hadn’t decided to save up for us, they say student loans would have been the solution. I sat down to talk with my parents, Michelle and Dave, about how they're financially managing to put three kids through IU.
I’m the middle child in my family, which means I typically don’t have much to worry about. When my older brother, David, went away to school, I was a sophomore in high school and just shrugged it off. I knew things would change, but I still had my younger brother, Alex, who's two years younger than me. I always wondered what it was like for my younger brother when I left. He became the only child in the household — he had to attend family events alone and wait for us to come home for the holidays. I thought this would have been strange for him, but he claims it really wasn’t.
Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett has released her second solo album, “Tell Me How You Really Feel.”
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has been renewed by NBC for a sixth season after being cancelled by Fox.
The staged reading of the musical “God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater” brought around 80 people to the John Waldron Arts Center on May 11.
Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, is a plethora of things. Glover is an actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, singer, songwriter, rapper and DJ, and he is using his platform to spread awareness about black oppression and gun violence.
2008 gave the world a plethora of things. We were gifted music, shutter shades and boho headbands, to name a few. We can only hope the fashion trends don’t make their way back into our lives, but every time I attend a party, I hope a bop from 2008 makes an appearance.
Spring is a beautiful time. Winter coats are shed and smiles are plastered on everyone’s faces up until the next snowstorm in April hits.
Paramore has been a part of my life since I discovered the albums, “All We Know Is Falling,” “RIOT!” and “brand new eyes” at age 13. I was listening to Paramore as I entered my emo stage, back in the days when I had bright pink, green and blue clip-in hair extensions and wore purple eyeliner.
American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sufjan Stevens has been in the music game for over 20 years. On Spotify alone, the Michigan native has 15 albums.
I’m in love with Shawn Mendes. There, I said it. I think he’s incredibly talented, and I feel like I have to protect him.
George Ezra has given the world exactly what it needed this never-ending winter with his sophomore album, “Staying at Tamara’s.”
It’s sometimes difficult to nail an artist’s genre on the head.
Paris was full of new things for me. I finally got to use the French I had been learning for years. I tried escargot and found out snails taste like mushrooms and grass dipped in pesto, but in a good way. And I went to the top of the Eiffel Tower, to name a few.
Some people grow up with music. It sits at the very core of their being and is something they have been doing since they were young, much like riding a bike.