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Bands Elephant Gun and Sheep Numbers attended Berserk Records March 7 album release party to celebrate two new compilation albums and two full album releases.

Berserk Records showcases local indie rock talent at Young Camelot

March 16, 2015

Rock albums on custom cassettes were not the only things dropping at Berserk Records’ March 7 album release party at Young Camelot, 2126 N. Talman Ave. Bands and fans danced until 3 a.m., celebrating th...

Devaluing mainstream futile: it’s not that bad, hipsters

By Opinions Editor

February 16, 2015

The labeling of cultures, genres and even people has been a crucial aspect of American society since before Ponyboy slicked his hair back and called himself a greaser. It is built into the American psyche to quantify, qualify and categorize culture—the 1960s mainstream vs. the counterculture struggle being the most all-encompassing yet old school example of cultural divisions. Today, U.S. popular culture—mainstream o...

Research shines light on nighttime symptoms of PTSD

Research shines light on nighttime symptoms of PTSD

By Assistant Sports & Health Editor

September 8, 2014

For many who suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, symptoms not only present themselves in the form of anxiety and emotional afflictions experienced during waking hours, but also in the form of nightt...

Major label, minor role?

By Managing Editor

March 3, 2014

Beyoncé did it. Radiohead did it. So did Nine Inch Nails, Prince, Frank Ocean and David Bowie. Although the music industry has spent years calculating the perfect formula for how to successfully release an album (Step 1: Shove a catchy single on the radio, Step 2: Flood the market with promotion (What up, Pepsi endorsement?), Step 3: Hold a turnt up release party, rinse and repeat), Kid Cudi’s recent overnight release ...

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