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Goings’ It’s For You – Album Review

The Philadelphia DIY band Goings released their debut album last Friday (the thirteenth… BOO). With its precise advancement, the album It’s For You classifies as experimental, synth-laden indie math rock. Emphasis on the synth; we love to see it. Some call it progressive electro pop but, heck, where are these lines really drawn anyway and who gets to draw them? They play it safe and call themselves “math influenced.” Sonically speaking, it appears in the same vein as bands like Motion City Soundtrack, Twentythreenineteen, Vasudeva and Chon — so I believe it’s mathematical enough.

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Corey Flood Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Yati Sanghvi and Philadelphia’s Corey Flood sat down to talk about writing inspiration, the creative process behind their most recent album Hanging Garden, released on Sept. 4, and much more!

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Omah Lay Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Hip-Hop Director Kaylee Landrigan had the chance to chat with up-and-coming RnB artist Omah Lay back in September. They talked about producing versus singing, what it feels like to showcase different types of Nigerian music, and more! Check out the entire video to hear their fun, introspective conversation.

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The Happy Fits Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Emily Teubner chatted with The Happy Fits over Zoom to talk about their new album, life in 2020, the best music out now, and their plans for the future. The Happy Fits’ album, What Could Be Better, was released on August 28.

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Westside Gunn’s Who Made the Sunshine – Album Review

Westside Gunn has finally released his major label debut, Who Made The Sunshine, after independently releasing dozens of projects over the years. After signing with Eminem’s label three years ago, the Griselda ringleader is back with his third project of 2020, and his first under Shady Records. Quickly rising in popularity, this year has proven to be a very successful one for Gunn. His first album of the year, Pray For Paris, was critically acclaimed and included his biggest song to date “327,” featuring Tyler the Creator and Joey Bada$$. Now, with the release of Who Made The Sunshine, Westside Gunn looks to top all his previous works by adding this highly anticipated album to his already coveted discography.

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KIN Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Visual Media Director Danielle Ciampaglia sat down with London-based dream pop band Kin to talk about the band’s origin story, their dream festival lineup, and more! Their new single “Wander and Lost” hits streaming platforms on Nov. 26.

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The Kelseys Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Nida Ansari and indie pop band The Kelseys sat down to talk about band life in and after college, their creative process, and more! Their latest single, “If I’m Falling,” was released on October 22.

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Bartees Strange Interview with WRSU

Assistant Music Director Chloe Tai had the opportunity to sit down with producer and songwriter Bartees Strange. They talked about his musical influences, black representation in rock music, and more!! Bartees Strange’s LP, Live Forever, was released on October 2.

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Parson James Interview with WRSU

WRSU’s Emily Teubner sat down with Parson James over Zoom to chat about his new releases, using his voice to make a difference, and plans to step out of his comfort zone with future music. Parson James’ single, “High Tide, Low Tide,” was released on September 18.

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YelloPain Interview with WRSU

Hip-Hip Director Kaylee Landrigan and rapper YelloPain sat down to talk about his start in music, his interest in politics, and much more!! YelloPain’s album, Yellow is The New Black, was released on October 30.

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