Today, music operates in a malleable environment, which means nothing is off-limits. Taking risks in music is essential to creating something unique that hasn’t been done a million times before. While a portion of the oddest crossovers between artists have turned into smash hits, others have…

The Minnesota-based Remo Drive has risen up over the last few years with help from the longlasting emo revival. Like many musicians before them, the group has capitalized on the emotional chapters of life, blowing up events like unrequited love and rough break ups into palatable tunes for mo…

Music and weather go hand in hand. You wouldn’t want to listen to dark, gloomy music on a sunny day, the same way you would feel strange blasting feel-good jams on a cold, rainy winter night. With summer coming up in a few weeks, we decided to showcase a few of the best summer hip-hop albums…

Experimental electronic producer Steven Ellison, better known by his stage name Flying Lotus (or his pitch-shifted alter-ego Captain Murphy) took a five year break between albums after the release of his acclaimed “You’re Dead!” in 2014. He has remained busy, however, scoring music for anime…

While many Netflix users spend their time binge-watching cult favorite TV shows or mindlessly searching through cringey romantic comedies, there is an extensive amount of notable content on Netflix that isn’t as heavily advertised as other shows and movies. The platform has an impressively w…

FYGU Fest will be held this Saturday, May 11, at the Matthew Knight Arena. On FYGU Fest’s website, you can register for a free ticket to the festival, and all you need to attend is your confirmation email and a valid college student I.D. Students from any college can attend.

Summer in Eugene means clear skies, sunny days and the start of the much-anticipated summer concert season. With summer break offering more free time and less obligations, seeing some live music can turn any average summer day into a completely memorable experience. The extensive lineup of c…

Covering well-known songs can be tricky. Artists have to decide whether to play it safe or completely reinvent a song they cover. Some covers end up sounding like an off-brand version of the original, while others add something special to the meaning.

Los Angeles punk band Girlpool made a stop on April 11 at Portland’s Wonder Ballroom. The duo — composed of guitarist Cleo Tucker and bassist Harmony Tividad — first visited the venue back in 2015 on their tour with pop punk band Joyce Manor. Tucker reminisced on the previous experience, exp…

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