Benny The Butcher Paves His Own Lane to Stardom on Tana Talk 4

If there’s one word that describes Benny The Butcher’s rapping style, it’s consistency. For years, he’s been a staple of Griselda Records’ old-school lyricism alongside his cousins Westside Gunn and Conway the Machine. Together, they form the core of what is arguably the most adept 90’s-style hip-hop group since Death Row Records. Benny and his… Continue reading Benny The Butcher Paves His Own Lane to Stardom on Tana Talk 4 

Immersive Faculty Recital Leaves Viewers Confused But Intrigued

On Saturday February 26th, bassoonist Dana Jessen and electronics engineer Eli Stine showcased their faculty duet at Stull Recital Hall. The performance was a cavalcade of lights and sounds designed to immerse the audience in a visceral journey.  Rather than featuring multiple works, the performance consisted of a continuous experience lasting forty-five minutes. Using a… Continue reading Immersive Faculty Recital Leaves Viewers Confused But Intrigued

Indigo De Souza: An Otherworldly Yet Down to Earth Presence at the Cat and the Cream

Indigo De Souza’s show on February 28th at the Cat and the Cream got off to a slow, creeping start. With only guitar, her presence was the thing that shut everyone up. Silence took over the bustling room as De Souza’s voice cut through the silence like a breeze on a still day, airy and… Continue reading Indigo De Souza: An Otherworldly Yet Down to Earth Presence at the Cat and the Cream

Francesca dePasquale Sparkles During Fridays at Finney: Concert Review

by Nina Auslander-Padgham Wearing a bright turquoise dress and sparkly cowboy boots, violinist Francesca DePasquale dominated the stage of Finney Chapel even before she began playing in Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Concerto in G Minor. When the faculty violinist first entered in the “Allegro Maestoso,” her full-bodied sound soared to the back of the large chapel. Her… Continue reading Francesca dePasquale Sparkles During Fridays at Finney: Concert Review