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Green Day’s Persevering Political Poignancy

By Dyanna Fleites-Cruz, Contributing Writer

October 5, 2017


Filed under Arts, Music, Uncategorized

Green Day has maintained their political relevancy throughout the years, which is no easy feat for a group that's been around since 1986.

Staff Recs: Favorite Green Day Songs

Staff Recs: Favorite Green Day Songs

By WSN Staff

October 14, 2016


Filed under Arts, Top Stories

In honor of their newest full-length album "Revolution Radio" plus all of staff's collective nostalgia, WSN staff picks their favorite Green Day songs.

Green Day Incites a Revolution for Good at Webster Hall

Green Day Incites a Revolution for Good at Webster Hall

By Taylor MacMillan, Contributing Writer

October 13, 2016


Filed under Arts, Music, Top Stories

Green Day's triumphal return to touring brought an amazing (if at times unpredictable) evening to fans at Webster Hall.

Five up-and-coming bands at CMJ

Five up-and-coming bands at CMJ

By Kieran Graulich, Music Editor

October 14, 2015


Filed under Arts, Music, Music

Here are five new and returning bands making waves at the 35th annual CMJ in New York City.

Green Day’s ‘¡Uno!’ disappoints as first in trilogy of albums

Green Day’s ‘¡Uno!’ disappoints as first in trilogy of albums

September 25, 2012


Filed under Arts

Green Day’s ambitions extend far beyond its abilities. “American Idiot” strove to become a definitive chronicle of life in the United States in the early 21st-century, yet largely succeeded in conveying only adolescent boredom and ignorance. The band’s eighth album, “21st Century Breakdown,”...