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DeLuna Fest ’12

DeLuna Fest ’12

It's an election year and you know what that means—choices, choices, and more choices. But one non-election related choice that should be a no-brainer is whether or not to haul your ass out to the [...]

No Need to Throw a Fitz

No Need to Throw a Fitz

By Kate Peterson The soul-filled, raucous band Fitz and The Tantrums’ main attractions are Michael Fitzpatrick, who is lead vocals and keyboards, and Noelle Scaggs also vocals, and percussion. [...]

Knock Knock—Band of Horses is Here

Knock Knock—Band of Horses is Here

By Sarah McCartan First they made a mark with their premier single “The Funeral” off of their debut album back in 2006. That quickly led to a breakthrough second album “Cease to Begin” [...]

Biking to DeLuna

Biking to DeLuna

By Hana Frenette Not many musicians these days are touring by bicycle. It’s dangerous, tiring, and doesn’t exactly roll the money in. However, it also allows for a personal, hands-on [...]

We Have a Bone to Pick With You

We Have a Bone to Pick With You

By Kate Peterson A Fishbone, that is. Formed many years ago, Fishbone is still going strong with endless energy and an incredibly loyal fan base. Their music sounds like the title of one of their [...]

@Diplo – Random Ass White Dude Be Everywhere

@Diplo – Random Ass White Dude Be Everywhere

By Sarah McCartan What would a music festival be without dancing? Good thing we don’t have to find out. Just when you started to get slightly anxious that you might run short of opportunities to [...]

Prep Smart and Pack Light

Prep Smart and Pack Light

By Sarah McCartan The IN has compiled a list of items to remember, and even few to forget, to help you not just survive, but thrive, at this year’s DeLuna Fest. Whether you are taking the [...]

Rebirth Brass Band

Rebirth Brass Band

By Hana Frenette Winning a Grammy is a big deal for a band. Especially when the band started out so early, they couldn’t get a gig in a bar because the members were too young to get [...]

Paper Diamonds in the Sky

Paper Diamonds in the Sky

By Kate Peterson In the electronic dance music world, aka EDM, there are many “also known as” labels. The genre is related to dubstep or electro-house music. Alex Botwin, also known as Paper [...]

All Aboard

All Aboard

By Hana Frenette A typical day for Kermit Ruffins involves a lot of two things: music and food. But mostly food. The New Orleans trumpeter and singer has made himself known to the world for the [...]

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