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Jay-Marie and Friends are ‘Here, Queer & Staying’

Jay-Marie and Friends are ‘Here, Queer & Staying’

Julia Peterson, Production editor
April 21, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Features, Music

Jay-Marie and Friends, who performed Sunday night at the Cat in the Cream, delivered a show that celebrated Black and queer identities. Musicians Jay-Marie Hill, Britt Baker, Suyá Nascimento and surprise guest Wriply Bennett showcased powerful protest anthems with unambiguous, unapologetic lyrics like ...

Jlin to Play ’Sco for First U.S. Show Since U.K. Tour

Jlin to Play ’Sco for First U.S. Show Since U.K. Tour

Paul Mehnert
February 12, 2016
Filed under ARTS, Music, Recent Stories

Tonight’s Jlin show at the ’Sco will be the electronic music heavyweight’s first performance back in the U.S. after a long stint in the U.K., and one of her only shows before returning to tour abroad. With double-degree junior Sarah Snider providing an opening DJ set and interest in electronic...

As Resources Grow, Studio B Seeks Greater Visibility

As Resources Grow, Studio B Seeks Greater Visibility

Luke Nikkanen
November 13, 2015
Filed under ARTS, Features, Music, Recent Stories

Located adjacent to WOBC on the third floor of Wilder Hall, Studio B is a small yet rapidly growing music radio station intent on expanding its role within the Oberlin community. It functions both as a performance space — the weekly show Live from Studio B features sets by student bands — and a pl...

New Record Label to Support Marginalized Musicians

New Record Label to Support Marginalized Musicians

Louise Edwards, Arts Editor
September 11, 2015
Filed under ARTS, Features, Music, Recent Stories

On a weekend night last year, the Harkness House basement was crowded with students excited for a night of music performances. Guitarist Claire Kotarski plugged her instrument into an amp. A man working tech for the show approached her and said, “You’re not supposed to do that. That’s not the right...

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