Over the past semester, pop-up shows around campus have served to showcase the diverse range of talent, originality, and passion that exists in Richmond’s music scene. If you haven’t been to any of these shows, you’ve almost certainly seen their promotional posters taped to lamp posts, hanging on bulletin boards, or posted to social media. They have all been completely free, accessible, and have provided a space for artists to share their music in a welcoming environment that fosters creativity and individuality.
Written by Cort Olsen, Editor-in-Chief Photos courtesy of hcastenphoto.com Pop punk is like vanilla ice cream, there really is no way to screw it up and pretty much everyone likes vanilla ice cream. The down side of vanilla ice cream is it gets gets boring after a while. Pop punk is like feeling nostalgic […]
Article and Photography by Mary Swanson, guest columnist On the morning of September 5th 2014, Lockn’ Festival kicked off its second year on the grounds of Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, Virginia. While most new music festivals take years to build a reputation, Lockn’ had absolutely no trouble making its presence known to the world. […]
By James Salusky, guest columnist The crowd present at The National exactly one week ago was rewarded with energetic performances from Co-headliners Wolf Gang and Sir Sly. New York City based supporting act Secret Someones warmed up the night with soaring vocal harmonies layered on top of driving chord progressions. I was impressed by the […]
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