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    Too Much, Too Little, Too Late: How Jellyfish created the perfect pop album and why you’ve never heard of it until now

    The musical landscape at the beginning of 1993 was as diverse as it was chaotic- the grunge craze was reaching its peak and longtime underground mainstays like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and R.E.M. suddenly found themselves exploding in popularity. Hip-hop was finally coming into its own as a commercially viable genre, and ‘80s hard rock and new wave were both fizzling ...

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    Free Association: Episode 2 Happiness

    Photo by Luca Upper on Unsplash During this episode, I tackle Happiness with Dr. Clint Norseth, a staff psychologist at CAPS. We talk about theory and research about happiness, and what happens when you get too wrapped up in “being happy.” I review some studies on happiness and our careers, and students talk about barriers to happiness. Resources: Character Strengths: Music:  ...

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    Show review: Hippo Campus at The Complex

    Hippo Campus is a band that sounds just as good live as on recording, if not better. It is this talent paired with bashful energy and boyish charm that makes their shows so comfortable and enjoyable. As someone that has had the pleasure of seeing them twice, I can confirm this ambience as well as that their shows are an experience that ...

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    Album review: Jeff Rosenstock – POST-

    On his third solo album, Jeff Rosenstock lets you know right off the bat what sort of place he’s in mentally. POST- opens with Rosenstock singing, “Dumbfounded, downtrodden and dejected/Crestfallen, grief-stricken and exhausted.” The majority of this album was written during and about the days, weeks, and months following the election of Donald Trump, and boy, does it show. POST- is the ...

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    Album review: They Might Be Giants – I Like Fun

    They Might Be Giants have been around for a long time now. Since the group’s inception in 1982, John Flansburgh and John Linnell have carved out a niche for themselves as the kings of “geek rock” and their output in the late 80s and early 90s remains the standard-bearer for quirky, twee alternative music. I Like Fun upholds TMBG’s reputation dutifully, and ...

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