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Another NBA Podcast S2E1: The Gang’s All Here, LAbron, Elon Musk and More!

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Welcome to season two of Another NBA Podcast! For this season’s first episode I was joined by Ben Clanin, Tony Albertini, Robert Soltero and Josiah Schueneman to discuss Lebron going to Los Angeles, Cousins to the Warriors, Elon Musk, Mac … Read the rest

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AJR Concert Review: Follow the Click, Not the Crowd

By Hal Robison, E23 Reporter

Adam, Jack and Ryan Met still insist that they’re “not famous.”

After the release of their second album, “The Click,” in June 2017 and the start of their tour of the same name, AJR has … Read the rest

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Another NBA Podcast Week #14: Playoff Races, Music/Movie Nostalgia, UMBC, and More!

Another NBA Podcast Week #14: Playoff Races, Music/Movie Nostalgia, UMBC, and More!

This week on Another NBA Podcast we talk about the Eastern and Western Conference playoff races, the miraculous UMBC Retrievers, our favorite (and least favorite) music genres, and more! Tony Albertini, Ben Clanin, Robert Soltero, and Josiah Schueneman joined me … Read the rest

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E23’s Table Talk- March 11, 2018 (Musician Sammy Elfanbaum)

In this week’s Table Talk, host Josie Clark talks to musician Sammy Elfanbaum about his upcoming debut album, what inspires him to make music and who he is influenced by. Then, Elfanbaum performs two songs from “mazes,” his debut album … Read the rest

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Five Songs to Start your Day Right

By Alexis Clemons, GMM Reporter

Happy 2018! A new year is finally upon us, which means a new semester and schedule to adjust to. After a month of doing nothing, it may seem hard to get back into the grind … Read the rest

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Louis the Child comes to the Blue Note

Louis the Child’s energy made for an unforgettable concert

Louis the Child had lyrics up on screen while they preformed.

By Alaina Randazzo

Louis The Child put on a dance-out, sold-out concert to say the least. The new and upcoming EDM duo opened their stage with a remix of the song … Read the rest

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Father John Misty, “Pure Comedy” Review

Father John Misty, or Josh Tillman, is the former drummer of the folk band Fleet Foxes.

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

Father John Misty’s “Pure Comedy” demands an attentive listener.

I don’t say that as a critic. I say that because Father John Misty himself demands you listen to his lyrics, which are the most interesting Read the rest

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Spoon, “Hot Thoughts” Review

Spoon recently released new album, "Hot Thoughts"

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

I was not a fan of Spoon before hearing the single “Can I Sit Next to You”. The track’s dance grooves, mixed with traditional indie rock, immediately caught my attention. Lead singer Britt Daniel’s howling Read the rest

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E23’s Table Talk- March 19, 2017

Jacob Douglas was joined by Liam Quinn and Noah McGee to talk about the state of the rap scene.

This week on E23’s Table Talk

Host Jacob Douglas is joined by Noah McGee and Liam Quinn (with a surprise appearance by executive producer Nnamdi Egwuonwu) to talk about the state of todays rap scene and where they think it … Read the rest

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The Shins “Heartworms” Review

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

The Shins have returned after a five year hiatus with their brand new LP, “Heartworms”. The album finds The Shins experimenting with new sub-genres in pop, while still retaining their fun and playful indie rock Read the rest

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