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Sunday, April 14, 2024

By Jaime Brackeen

Daily Cardinal

'Hey, uke!' Jaime picks up a new instrument and lifestyle

Falling in love with a musician happens to me on practically a weekly basis. When you’re in an audience and looking up at a stage being sprayed by the sweat of a band’s lead guitarist literally buckling to his knees under the weight of his own wailing, musical angst or staring with puppy-dog eyes at a crooning female vocalist whose presence, though physically small, seems to take up the entire venue, it’s kind of difficult not to.


Into the Woods: Electric Forest 2k12

I would say it’s a jungle out here, but I suppose it’s technically a forest. Nonetheless, survival skills are a must if you want to be able to navigate your way through the flashing lights, tripping kids and hoards of half-naked hula hooping girls that compose this psychopsilocybin society in Rothbury, Mich.


Plants and Animals bring jam-band fury and fauna to The Frequency

Beyond the Canadian accents made quite clear when speaking the word about (read: a-boot), Montreal band Plants and Animals have a quirky personality—offsetting their laidback, jamming folk-rock flow—to offer fans that come to their show at The Frequency on Saturday, May 12. In fact, lead singer and guitarist Warren Spicer told The Daily Cardinal how much a great audience can sometimes make or break a show.

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