The Majestic Theatre was filled with the scent of marijuana and dirty dreadlocks Friday night as crowd members watched the Tribal Seeds perform a lackluster set of pseudo reggae, weed-themed music. Granted, the idea of Tribal Seeds’ music is to incite a “spiritual” experience, according to their website, but their live performance made it difficult for me to feel anything other than sleepy. Unfortunately, this experience will make it difficult for me to look at today’s American “reggae” artists with any respect after realizing how much the genre has delineated solely to smoking weed.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Cardinal's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
105 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Doomtree is an indie hip hop collective with a Minneapolis base and a massive following of dedicated fans. The band consists of seven members, five emcees, each with successful solo careers, disc jockey Paper Tiger and producer Lazerbeak. Doomtree sold out the Majestic Theater Saturday night with an electrifying performance, which had almost every crowd member on their feet and jumping.
The eclectic band of Minneapolis-based emcees, Doomtree, recently released All Hands, which deviates itself from the typical rap you hear on the radio. The songs have heavy basslines and quick-paced, explosive beats. The proper way to enjoy this album is with your subwoofer on high to let the emcees’ hyper-charged lyrics hit you hard when the bass builds up for the chorus.
A new bar may find a home in Madison’s campus area as early as June of next year if city officials continue to move the project through the approval process.
After tracking the SUV used in three previous Madison robberies, the Madison and Middleton police departments were able to arrest former Badger cornerback Jack Ikegwuono and his twin brother William after their fourth and final robbery Wednesday, Nov. 26.
Mifflin Street may see construction begin for a new high-rise housing project as soon as April or May of 2015 if project developers continue to receive positive feedback from city groups.
A fight that broke out in the Tiki Shack bar involving a 15-year-old and 19-year-old Saturday was the final incident that led the city attorney to postpone the meeting for current bar managers trying to receive a liquor license at the Alcohol License Review Committee’s Wednesday meeting.
Synthetic cannabinoids in Madison may see a short-lived future after Public Safety Review Committee members approved recommendations Monday to move an ordinance forward that prohibits the possession, sale or display of the drugs.
A nonprofit organization advocating sustainable energy, RENEW Wisconsin, published data showing massive opposition online to the rising utility rates that organizations such as Madison Gas and Electric have recently proposed.
Smashing windows with a fire extinguisher ended badly for one man who was arrested for criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct early Sunday morning.
One man ended up in a local hospital early Sunday for head trauma after engaging in an argument with a group of men on State Street that turned violent.
In lieu of recent elections, Equal Opportunities Commission members discussed possible ways to include more diverse candidates for spring elections next year and address disparities in Dane County’s court system for youths.
Madison’s Urban Design Commission members approved plans Wednesday for exterior improvements to both the 306 West mixed-use development and the Concourse Hotel, which will include a new Starbucks, as well as provide recommendations for renovations to the Park Hotel.
The city of Madison will come alive with music next year after Board of Estimates members voted unanimously to recommend amendments to the 2015 executive operating budget Monday that provide funding for citywide events such as the Revelry and Make Music Madison festivals.
The 2014 Energy Summit held on the UW-Madison campus provided a Perspectives of Future Cities panel discussion on sustainability in Madison and the country of Germany Wednesday with local and international representatives.
The Tiki Shack may have issues with a potential change in ownership after one of the managers planning on taking over the bar was charged with a felony for substantial battery Monday.
UW-Madison will see major campus changes on campus in upcoming years under the 2015 to 2017 university capital budgetary plans that Madison’s Joint West Campus Area Committee discussed at a meeting Wednesday.
The Tiki Shack bar on State Street may see transformations in the future to become a full service restaurant and bar after two new potential owners received a liquor license from the Alcohol License Review Committee Wednesday.
A party on West Gorham Street ended badly when a group of individuals showed up uninvited and stole approximately $3,500 worth of belongings from the hosts’ apartment Saturday, according to Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain in an incident report.
A battery that occurred early Saturday morning left one man unconscious with head injuries on North Bassett Street, according to Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain in a report.