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2/16/16 By MILO VOTAVA Isaac Chueke, professional Brazilian conductor, came to the University at Albany on Wednesday, Feb. 10 to host a talk about the history and importance of Brazilian …

2/16/16 By AMANDA CASE Chris Martin and his band Coldplay headlined the 2016 Super Bowl Halftime Show, held at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 7, in Santa Clara, California. The …

2/16/16 By AIDEN BEAN Australian rock group Hands Like Houses has never been one to stray away from a challenge. Their past two releases, “Ground Dweller” (2012) and “Unimagine” (2013), …

2/2/16 By RUSSELL J. OLIVER After years of teasing fans and withholding all information on her next studio album, Rihanna’s “ANTI” was finally released last Wednesday exclusively on Tidal, the …

2/2/16 By ELI ENIS It was about 35 degrees on the night of Jan. 28, but a cascade of warm air and geniality surged through the tiny dive bar The …

By Eli Enis 1/26/16 When it comes to origin stories, most bands start with some sort of long-winded ramble about how their previous bands fell through, or how their members …

By Louis Smith November 23, 2015 The creative juggernaut that is Maynard Keenan, globally known as the driving force behind prog-metal mega force Tool and the rock-collective A Perfect Circle, …

By Eli Enis November 23, 2015 Attendees precariously slithered through a narrow, pitch black alleyway, sandwiched between two worn-down houses that epitomize the Pine Hills neighborhood in downtown Albany. The …

By Amanda Case November 23, 2015 Rising pop star Alessia Cara released her first album, “Know-It-All,” on Nov. 13, which includes her hit single “Here.” The 19-year-old Canadian singer added …

By Julia Day 11/17/15 “Caterjunes.” “Qaimaqam.” “Acouchi.” “Phylactery.” Many college students, let alone graduates, would find it difficult to spell these words without digging up a dictionary. That’s not the …