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Dispatch Kids Rock the Harvard Scene

By ANTOINETTE C. NWANDU CRimson staff writer An unsuspecting visitor who happened upon Sanders Theater last Monday night would not

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K-I-S-S-I-N

It is difficult to imagine that the Evgeny Kissin who performed to a packed audience at Symphony Hall the other

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Garbage

“Androgyny,” the first single from Garbage’s Beautiful Garbage, proves an appropriate sampling of the band’s new album: While the track

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Basement Jaxx Rock The Whole House

By RYAN J. KUO CRIMSON STAFF WRITER One hour before Basement Jaxx were scheduled to drop a sonic bomb of

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The True Confessions of a Toriphile

By IRIN CARMON CONTRIBUTING WRITER I was filing when it happened: Ears plugged with the Finnish teen pop sensation I

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New Albums

Bis Return to Central (spinART) Bis built a notorious reputation on its purposely infantile attitude and a somewhat haphazard fusion

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You Say You Want a Revolution?

When they came to see Of A Revolution (OAR) last Wednesday night at the Roxy, they came to abandon something.

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The Strokes: This is It

There is a point in Wayne’s World where the Stonerburbian protagonist asks his girlfriend if she’ll love him when he’s

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Music of Displacement

At an ARCO Forum lecture on Oct. 10, Fletcher University Professor Cornel West ’74, arguably one of the most electrifying

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Music for the Night of and the Morning After

“Summer days and summer nights are gone / I know a place where there’s still something going on.” Listening to

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Out and About

Project HEALTH Benefit Lowell Lecture Hall Saturday, October 13 To all those readers who are improv comedy junkies, who take

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NEW ALBUMS

Aesop Rock Labor Days (Def Jux) Aesop Rock makes backpackers across the continent salivate. He is the embodiment of “lyricism,”

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Out of Mind, Out of Sight

Some band’s musical identities are entirely bound up in a single, sometimes peripheral, instrument, sound or refrain. This is, in

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African-Do

About 10 years ago, Peter Gabriel predicted that world music, the music of the world’s uncounted, infinitely varied cultures, would

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Strokes of Genius?

The difficulty in reviewing a group hailed as “the saviors of rock and roll” by NME and the heirs to

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