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Adam J. Scheuer

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your Bones (Interscope) 3 of 5 Stars Once the epitome of New York City chic, Yeah

The Strokes Light Ballroom on Fire

NEW YORK—As the Strokes raced through post-punk hit after hit at their concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York

Pop Screen - The Strokes

The Strokes “Heart in a Cage” Dir. Samuel Bayer A despondent black-and-white video from New York’s kings of hip is

Pop Screen: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Gold Lion” Dir. Patrick Daughters The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have finally reversed their habit of making rubbish

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Matisyahu

The music industry is full of novel personalities, stories and gimmicks, but the 26-year-old Hasidic reggae singer Matisyahu—who visited Harvard’s

Go! Team Finds Pop Paradise

“Who’s got the illegal copy of the album?” called out Ninja, the diminutive rapper-singer-cheerleader of seven-person UK buzz band The

Student’s Alternative Rock Band Far From Careless About Music

Harvard’s eccentric aspiring rock-star guitarist, Anthony L. Carbone, ’06-’08, and his songwriter partner-in-crime, Evan Gentler, a recent graduate of Oberlin

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