Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Joshua Claflin debuts his new music and don’t Thoreau Your Life Away

Joshua Claflin joins us in the studio for an interview and a bit of live music. We celebrate National Coffee Day and list two good reasons not to move to Australia. Cat goes over the ten duel commandments for her immanent duel with Martin Shkreli. Aggie Morning Word Podcast is the last word on all […]

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Album Review: Desolate Divine

What does “hope” mean to you? It might be a feeling, or the sight of the sun rising, or the sound of a loved one’s voice. But for me, hope has always been the guttural vocals, intricate guitar riffs and crashing beats of the band The Color Morale. Their music focus on topics like depression, […]


Interview with Racing On the Sun

By Molly Van Engelenhoven Photo by Ryan Frazee Hailing from Greely, Colorado, Racing On the Sun is a four person alternative rock band that creates an energetic atmosphere of hope and determination. On November 28th, Alfonso “Fonz” Cervantes (vocals and guitar), Oscar Solis (guitar), Bryan Cahill (drums), Josh Schoenig (guest bassist, originally from the band […]


Book on Tapeworm concert review

Book on Tapeworm concert review By Matthew Ross On October 13th, many Utah State University students forsook their studies and headed down to a little house in The Island for a USU Independent Music Club house show. I parked among the line of cars on both ends of the street and entered the quaint little […]


Mayday Parade – “Black Lines” Album Review

Written by Molly Van Engelenhoven Mayday Parade is well known for their emotionally-charged ballads, full of power chords and heart-breaking lyrics that can get anyone through a breakup better than a six gallon tub of ice cream. Their music is an iconic part of fourth wave pop-punk, also known as “The Emo Invasion.” Fourth wave pop-punk […]