All posts tagged music

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Student music project a love letter to Michigan

Popular music is built to be universal, and to this end often uses a specific format. Using tools such as the verse-chor...

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Don’t collapse the arts

At last week’s faculty senate meeting, the core curriculum committee (CCC) presented a “draft working model” of a ...

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Student bands draw in crowd for release party

Pop Music Guild/Calvin student band Liance debuted their newest album, “Bronze Age of the Nineties,” with opening ba...

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Record Dialogue submissions this year

Dialogue has re-established itself as an extremely popular creative outlet for Calvin students following an explosion of...

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Bronze Age of the Nineties Review

“Bronze Age of the Nineties,” the debut album from Liance (musical vehicle of senior James Li), is an album about de...

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The dearth of non-pop

It’s an open-secret that the vast majority of billboard hits are written by a handful of middle-aged European and Amer...

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Opinion: Dialogue adding music category creates additional creative avenues

For the first time in about a decade, Dialogue has music. Usually, the student-run journal only has four categories: pro...

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The Dearth of Non-Indie

Do you like Indie music? If you like attending concerts at Calvin (hopefully you do) a good majority of their concerts h...

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Pop Music Guild to support student musicians

“As the director of the Student Activities Office, it is disappointing to bring in great acts and not have student ban...

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The year’s ‘top three’ in entertainment

An end of an era is upon us, folks. Not only are classes winding down but so is Chimes. As this is my final issue as Art...