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BY MIMI ZAK
At Saturday night’s performance, the crowd didn’t limit their presentation of appreciation for this band’s cartoon-like groove to mere head bobs. Bodies were shaky, moving, clapping, singing, and unpredictably (but not inappropriately) gyrating.
BY MELINA GLUSAC
Its sophomore release, Sound & Color, takes the band a step further — a fitting, slightly modern departure from nostalgia-driven songwriting. Slow, experimental rock grooves permeate almost every tune, and it’s a mighty beautiful thing.
BY ADAM THEISEN
Less than five minutes into his concert at Hill Auditorium last Friday, Common was already one of the common people.
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
Soon, singer Lzzy Hale is screaming and, for the first time in her discography, it feels as though she’s screaming about nothing.
BY CATHERINE BAKER
Jon Bellion may not have my attention forever, but he certainly has it right now.
BY CLAIRE WOOD
It’s drums, guitar, and confident, absolute self-acceptance — and it’s beautiful.
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