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Government Plates
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Government Plates

The album art for Death Grips' album "Government Plates"

Floral Shoppe
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Floral Shoppe

The eclectic album art for Vektroid's vaporwave album "Floral Shoppe"

Dr. Dog's "The Psychedelic Swamp"
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Dr. Dog's "The Psychedelic Swamp"

Rihanna's Anti
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Rihanna's Anti

Rihanna's Anti
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‘Anti’: A Redefining Album

While Rihanna has dominated the radio and clubs for more than a decade, in her new album “Anti” she purposefully shifts away from her previous classic pop style to a tougher and more uncompromising sound. Unexpected and almost overwhelming, Rihanna’s bare, haunting, and risky eighth studio album serves as a tinted yet translucent window into her personal life.

Dr. Dog's "The Psychedelic Swamp"
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'The Psychedelic Swamp': A Triumph of the Genre

Psychedelia might not be as relevant in 2016 as it was in its heyday, and “The Psychedelic Swamp” is unabashedly retro. But even if catchy tunes and disciplined production are out of style, “Swamp” is tremendously enjoyable. A triumph of the genre, “The Psychedelic Swamp” sets a high bar for the broader worlds of indie and popular music.

Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class
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Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class

Arianna Paz ‘19 listens as actor and vocalist Ana K. Gasteyer gives feedback on her singing Saturday afternoon. She sang “If I Loved You” from “Carousel” and was accompanied by Isaac L. Alter ’16 on the piano.

Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class
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Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class

Skip L. Rosamilia ’17 sings “I’ll Be Here” from “The Wild Party” in front of Ana K. Gasteyer and the audience while Dylan Marcaurele ‘16 accompanies him on the piano on Saturday afternoon.

Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class
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Ana K. Gasteyer’s Master Class

Asia T. Stewart ‘18 listens as Ana K. Gasteyer emphasizes the importance of expressing emotions while singing. Stewart sang “Your Daddy’s Son” by Ragtime and was accompanied by Liz Kantor ‘18 on the piano on Saturday afternoon.

Bach in the Sanctuary
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Bach in the Sanctuary

George Bozeman plays “Prelude and Fugue in G Minor” by Johann Sebastian Bach in his first Memorial Church organ recital since 1984. The Tuesday night Sanctuary performance was the first of four slated for the Spring 2016 term.

Neon Indian at the Paradise Rock Club
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Neon Indian at the Paradise Rock Club

Alan Palomo, songwriter of Neon Indian, performs with the rest of the band at the Paradise Rock Club last Thursday evening.

Harvard Opportunes at the Quarterfinals
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Harvard Opportunes at the Quarterfinals

The Harvard Opportunes perform at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCP) Quarterfinals held at Berklee College of Music this past Saturday evening.

Harvard Opportunes at the Quarterfinals
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Harvard Opportunes Compete at ICCA Quarterfinal

The Harvard Opportunes competed at the ICCA quarterfinals on Saturday. Their performance blended styles and genres, but the group will not advance to the regional semifinal.

Muse: Drones World Tour
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Muse: Drones World Tour

The English rock band Muse performed at TD Garden during its stop in Boston last Monday. They are pictured during a recent performance in Mexico City—another of the many stops during their Drones World Tour featuring their new album, “Drones.”

Muse: Drones World Tour
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Muse at TD Garden: A Bold, Novel, and Wild Experience

The grave opening and the grim setlist seemed to set the stage for a dark show. But somber fails to describe the rock band’s latest tour—in fact, the show was anything but, as the innovative video projections, charged performances from band members, and flashing, rotating stage rejected any illusion of a low-key, brooding concert.

Special Teams
Football

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate
College

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard
Crime

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard

College

A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes