A look at one of the genre defining shoegaze albums Loveless by My Bloody Valentine and the effect its had on rock and the world of music since its release 30 years ago.
As the spring semester comes to an end here at Auburn, there are a lot of bittersweet moments. WEGL is on the cusp of that very feeling. Members are doing their last shows and staff positions begin to transition as our seniors are about to leave. Today, I want to highlight a very special human in WEGL: Erin Folk
Following the death of bandmate Stepa J. Groggs, By the Time I Get to Phoenix echoes the hopelessness of grief and the general pessimism of today’s world while continuing to push the genre of hip hop to its limits.
In honor of the recent Oscars, we review The Return of the King, the conclusion to the revolutionary film series based off the iconic novels by J.R.R Tolkien.
On January 16, the sacred and the profane were on display when Liz Brasher visited Standard Deluxe in Waverly, Ala. It was the first time the Memphis soul singer had returned to the funky printer and music venue since last spring’s 280 Boogie music festival.
Indie pop stars Saint Motel roared into Atlanta Thursday night, bringing with them a high energy and extremely enjoyable show (along with the explosive KOLARS as an opener)