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Sylvan Esso Plays Ryman

Sylvan Esso Plays Ryman

I first heard Sylvan Esso at the Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis in September of 2013. I remember it well. They were opening for Volcano Choir, the band I had traveled to Indy to see. When I got there, the duo, Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn, were already on stage. On the right side stood a […]

Major Accomplishments

Major Accomplishments

OXFORD–You take a deep breath and count to four. You can’t see the crowd because of the stadium lights glaring down into your eyes, but you know there is a full friday night stadium staring at you. You keep your head high and your eyes set to kill- and you’re walking out onto the field. […]

Toco Madera Performs at THS

Toco Madera Performs at THS

On Friday Sept. 22, 2017 THS students enjoyed a performance by Toco Madera for the Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival and sponsored by the CAWC–The Center for American and World Cultures at Miami University in Oxford, OH. The group performed Traditional Latin American music in the PAC seventh period.The music was very enjoyable and […]

Nothing Compares to You: A Tribute to Prince

Nothing Compares to You:  A Tribute to Prince

Prince Rogers Nelson was a singer/songwriter born June 7, 1958 in Minnesota. He passed away April 21, 2016. Prince was a singer/songwriter whose work was a range of rock, funk, soul and more, and was even ranked 27 out of 100 Greatest Artists by “Rolling Stone.” He was known as “the most influential artists of […]

Jazz Group The Bad Plus Visit Cincinnati for First Time

Jazz Group The Bad Plus Visit Cincinnati for First Time

The first time I heard The Bad Plus I was at a record store in Hamilton, Ohio called Galaxy CD. And, without getting overly nostalgic and truly showing my age, I’ll just say: man, I really miss that place. Anyway, I was there with my best friend, Andy, and he had said he had heard […]

Heart of Mexico in Talawanda

Heart of Mexico in Talawanda

On Sept. 22, 2016 at the Talawanda High School auditorium, the Mexican dance group, Corazon de Mexico (Heart of Mexico), paid the school a visit with their talent of dance and music from the many different places across Mexico. The event lasted for an hour, showing the students many different kinds of dances from the […]

Images from the Spring Fermata Nowhere Concert

Images from the Spring Fermata Nowhere Concert

Top Rap Albums of 2015: Review by Ian Sayres

Top Rap Albums of 2015: Review by Ian Sayres

G-Eazy, When It’s Dark Out Here’s the thing. 2015 was once again a year of change, from minimalistic and off-kilter, to layered, luxurious, and somber. The release of Eazy’s new album just felt redundant, forced, and even uninspired at times. When It’s Dark Out is a direct continuation of his freshman effort These Things Happen, […]

Darian Bolin’s Top 15 Albums of 2015

Darian Bolin’s Top 15 Albums of 2015

            15 – Yeezer – orig. by Kanye West and Weezer; remixed by Chuckie Nuggets As good as you want it to be, but yet better than anyone would ever expect it to be, Yeezer is more than just a mashup – it’s a wonderful and total reimagining. Its biggest […]

“Victorious” by Panic! At the Disco: Review

“Victorious” by Panic! At the Disco: Review

Since the 2013 drop of their latest album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! and their 2014 tour with Walk the Moon, rock band Panic! at the Disco has been absent from the music scene. That is until earlier this year when they released their new single Hallelujah. We didn’t hear anything new […]