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What We’re Listening To: Oscar Soundtrack Bests

What We’re Listening To: Oscar Soundtrack Bests

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
February 22
Filed under ARTS, Music

Prepare yourself for the emotional roller coaster that's sure to be this year's Academy Awards ceremony with our staff's picks for the best soundtrack songs from Oscar-nominated films!

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Ebeling: The Jazz Cat’s Pajamas

Ebeling: The Jazz Cat’s Pajamas

Connor Gatesman, Contributing Writer
February 21
Filed under ARTS, Music

Philadelphia's sending its coolest cats to NYU, and WSN sat down with Lucas Ebeling, a Philly transplant in the Steinhardt jazz program.

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Finding Validation in the Music(k)

Finding Validation in the Music(k)

Isabel Beebe, Contributing Writer
February 15
Filed under ARTS, Music

Clive Davis Institute student Maxwell Musik, better known by his moniker Wolfe, caught up with WSN on making music and finding himself within his songs.

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Khaya Sings for Any Genre

Khaya Sings for Any Genre

Connor Gatesman, Contributing Writer
February 14
Filed under ARTS, Music, Music, NYU, TOP STORIES

Clive Davis sophomore Khaya talks about her music, the importance of sound versatility, songwriting, performing and her upcoming single release.

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What We’re Listening To: The Grateful Dead

What We’re Listening To: The Grateful Dead

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
February 14
Filed under ARTS, Music

In this week's edition of What We're Listening To, we've gathered an hour of Grateful Dead tracks because we're still not over how cool our own professor / professional Deadhead Ken Aigen is.

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Healing with the Dead

Healing with the Dead

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
February 13
Filed under ARTS, Music

NYU Music Therapy professor Ken Aigen got his start in the practice when the Grateful Dead acted like his own therapy — now he repays the favor with his cover band.

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Thespians Use Democracy to Solve Dickens’ “Mystery of Edwin Drood”

Thespians Use Democracy to Solve Dickens’ “Mystery of Edwin Drood”

Satish Reginald and Cayla Berejikian
February 9
Filed under ARTS, Music, TOP STORIES

In a rousing cross between Hamlet and a choose-your-own-adventure novel, the NYU Steinhairdt Vocal Performance Department brought energy and hilarity to their production of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."

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What We’re Listening To: Instrumentals

What We’re Listening To: Instrumentals

Gilchrist Green, Music Editor
February 8
Filed under ARTS, Music

On this week's What We're Listening to is a series of smooth instrumentals.

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A For(Lorne) Reflection on Modern Complacency

A For(Lorne) Reflection on Modern Complacency

Kevin Hannon, Staff Writer
February 6
Filed under ARTS, Music, TOP STORIES

In a beautifully forlorn debut from London musician Lorne, "Bread Alone" presents a solitary contemplation of the future.

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Nick Charger’s Ever Evolving Sound

Nick Charger’s Ever Evolving Sound

Connor Gatesman, Contributing Writer
February 6
Filed under ARTS, Music

NYU student and rising hip-hop artist Nick Charger offers his views on being a Bay Area transplant to the Big Apple.

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Migos Teaches What Culture Means

Migos Teaches What Culture Means

Isabel Beebe, Contributing Writer
January 30
Filed under ARTS, Music, TOP STORIES

Rap group Migos discusses culture, popularity and inspiration at NYU Culture Class.

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Don’t Sleep Through Coffeehouse Open Mic Nights

Don’t Sleep Through Coffeehouse Open Mic Nights

Satish Reginald, Contributing Writer
January 27
Filed under ARTS, Music

From original raps to heartaching Sam Smith covers, NYU performers started off the semester strong with inspiring performances at the Welcome Week Coffeehouse Open Mic.

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