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Singer-songwriter chronicles journey to Burlington stage

Singer-songwriter chronicles journey to Burlington stage

March 1, 2018

ZZ Ward made her way back to Burlington this past Presidents Day at 9 p.m. Feb. 18 at Higher Ground. ...

Female singer-songwriter visits Burly on a solo tour

Female singer-songwriter visits Burly on a solo tour

Sarah Robinson, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts, Previews

It takes real musicianship to set a song apart from other mainstream tunes. Burlington can expec...

Dead Set concerts unite music and fanatics

January 30, 2018

Men in biker vests and college students in flannel sit clustered on Nectar’s barstools. Neon disco balls fla...

What do UVM students listen to during sex?

Sarah Robinson, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular

“There was the time I was dry humped to Simon & Garfunkel's ‘Sound of Silence,’” first-year Garet Ewing said. Putting on some tunes to set the mood can make or break an intimate situation. The emergence of music streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music have increased the number of ways to get it on w...

Birthday party celebrates Radio Bean’s commitment to young musicians

Birthday party celebrates Radio Bean’s commitment to young musicians

November 15, 2017

More than 90 musical acts came together recently in honor of a downtown venues 17th birthday. Radio...

Music builds and breaks female stereotypes

Music builds and breaks female stereotypes

September 28, 2017

Seven years old, in the back seat of my family’s Dodge Stratus, headphones blasting, “Hit Me Baby One Mo...

Student adds to musical tradition

Student adds to musical tradition

Sarah Robinson

September 20, 2017

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Arts

A bass, a sax, a synthesizer, a drum machine and boundless creative energy: these are the five key components...

Hip-hop boy band takes personal approach to new album

September 17, 2017

Filed under Arts, Reviews

America has never been more ready for a new boyband, and BROCKHAMPTON is ready to fill that void in all our hearts. The 15-member ensemble changes the standards for what a rap group should be in 2017. Only 45 days after dropping their first album, “Saturation I,” they blessed their fans with “Saturation II.” The...

A Night Out with Rose Street Collective

A Night Out with Rose Street Collective

February 14, 2017

Snapping their fingers under lights of purple, blue, and yellow hues, Julia Spelman, Lilly Dukich and...

The deafening truth about millennial tunes

The deafening truth about millennial tunes

February 2, 2017

It’s no wonder millennials are so uninformed. We can’t hear a damn thing. Doctors warn...

Where to get your music fix in Burlington

Camilla Broccolo

September 22, 2016

Filed under Columns, Life

Remember those summer days? The warm sun hitting your face, wind blowing and you’re swaying to the amazing live music. The classic image of any person at a summer concert. As sad as it is, outdoor concert and festival season is officially over and the great tunes are moving indoors. The music scene in Burlington is al...

FallFest artist picked by students

September 20, 2016

Filed under Campus, News

The lineup for this year’s FallFest has been locked in and the genre is hip-hop, junior Jack Hockman, a concert committee member for UVM Program Board, said. Students will be working around the clock from Oct. 13 until after the concert has ended Oct. 14, he said. “I’ll be on call for 27 hours,” Hockman...

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