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Crescendo Making A Change

Don Crescendo is a new name in the Charleston music world, but this artist is already releasing his third album November 11, 2017. The first album is entitled “Rough,” with songs like “F Me Up” and “Thunder.” The second album, “Raw,” includes songs like “Neon Heart” and “Sanctuary.” The third album is entitled “Ready,” and signals…


Of Montre-All That Glitters is Gold — A Show Review

Of Montreal’s music is bubblegum pop after the bubble has popped, equally comfortable with teasing synth driven pop songs, dancey bass grooves, and the occasional mid-set noise freakout. Their live show at the Charleston Pour House perfectly captured this eclectic style, featuring choreographed dance moves along with suggestive and elaborate visuals, wild costume changes, and…


Moogfest 2016 Remembered

Moogfest 2016 brought artists, thinkers and musicians alike to Durham, NC last weekend, focusing all festival goers on its themes of “future thought” and “future sound.” Between avant-garde artists like Laurie Anderson and Oneohtrix Point Never and technological innovators ranging from IBM’s Watson team to notable future philosopher Jaron Lanier, Moogfest did not disappoint on…


ISIS Hacks CisternYard Radio Twitter Account

Over the College’s spring break in March, CisternYard Radio’s own General Manager Meredith Wohl was shocked to discover that ISIS had hacked an inactive Twitter account associated with CYR. The cyber attack by the extreme Islamist group consisted of tweeting, at least once every minute, with ISIS propaganda and screenshots of a database listing U.S. Marine names,…

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