In this installment of FAS, PR Director Annie Skertic discusses The Smashing Pumpkins’ 1993 album, Siamese Dream.
In their second exploration of queer dating, Joshua Byron explores the importance and usefulness of dating apps.
Love songs have been prevalent in music for centuries & luckily music streaming titan Spotify has bundled some of the best tracks that focus on one of humanity’s strongest emotions into playlists for its subscribers’ listening pleasure.
In their inaugural episode, host Joshua Byron discusses the oftentimes tumultuous First Date.
This week, we take a look at singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel:
In our second Artist Showcase, WIUX talks to Bloomington collective, Home Planet.
This article was written by Olivia Little for WIUX News. On Tuesday afternoon, the Senate voted narrowly to confirm Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education with a vote of 51-50. Republican Senators Collins and Murkowski joined the fourty-six Democrats and two Independents opposed to DeVos’ appointment which brought the vote to an even tie. Vice…
For our first episode, we’re delighted to have guitarist, banjoist, and singer-songwriter Chris Dollar, who played some fantastic tunes and talked about his background and love for bluegrass, John Hartford, and the inspiration for his music.
So where do I turn for a new model of self-care? The answer, as it usually is for me, is music. And more specifically, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down.
It’s only the third week of 2017, but I’m comfortable going on the record and calling Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” video the best video of the year. However, it’s probably not even fair to call it Thugger’s video. If you haven’t seen “Wyclef Jean”, the premise is simple. Young Thug contacted Pomp&Clout about directing his…