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Listen Up: 2016 full of hidden gems

After the chaos and confusion of Monday morning, this article’s publication was pushed back a day. Hopefully anyone still feeling shaken up can find some relief by escaping into these records. They are two that I overlooked earlier this year, but which definitely deserve attention. ...

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Local record label puts artists first

Listen to local acts TRiBE and PZA PRTY, and one might not hear much resemblance, but Stray Soul Entertainment does. TRiBE, a low-fi hip-hop group, and PZA PRTY, an experimental trip-hop duo, were both signed by Stray Soul for their alternative styles. The Columbus-based record ...

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Bands to battle for good cause

Students will rock out for a cause this week. The Ohio State chapter of Operation Smile will host a battle of the bands at the Ohio Union Performance Hall on Thursday. Operation Smile is an international organization that provides cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries ...

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Alum strives to enrich Columbus music scene

Ohio State alum and musician Joey Hendrickson has created multiple organizations to benefit Columbus musicians. In 2012, he started the Columbus Songwriters Association with the basic premise of empowering songwriters and musicians in Columbus. “The idea was always about how artists can make a career ...

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CellOhio Brings Bach to Campus

Weigel Hall is often filled with music from student orchestral groups — but one group’s sound transcends performance halls and permeates around campus. CellOhio is a group of 14 cellists that performs in different locations around campus, ranging from performance halls to dorms to the ...

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Listen Up: Reunion and Remembrance

One could probably say that any time is an uncertain time, but Nov. 2016 suddenly feels extremely so. Still, there can be good uncertainty and bad uncertainty — the biggest music release of last week falls under good uncertainty, in the sense that it’s a ...

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