The Oberlin Review

Seniors celebrate at Senior ’Sco Night, an event sponsored by the Senior ClassCouncil.

Senior ’Sco Night Raises Funds for Undocumented Student Fund

November 30, 2018

Editor’s note: Senior Class President Ify Ezimora works for the Review as Sports Editor. The second Vice President and head of the event planning committee Jenna Gyimesi is News Editor. Oberlin’s Senior Class Council kicked off their celebrations Thursday evening with Senior ’Sco Night in Wilder Hall. The event featured senior DJs and a fundraiser for the Undocumented Student Scholarship Program. “Senior ’Sco Night [was] a chance for seniors to get drunk on free alcohol, have fun...

Liturgy stares contemplatively into the distance. Fresh off the release of their electronic-tinged third album, The Ark Work, the Brooklyn-based black metal outfit will play at the ’Sco this Saturday at 10 p.m. Support will come from Sannhet and Horse Lords.

Controversial Band to Combine Disparate Styles

April 10, 2015

“Some people think the record is a joke,” Liturgy frontman Hunter Hunt-Hendrix said of his band’s just-released third album, The Ark Work, in an email to the Review. “Others describe it using phrases like ‘mad genius,’ ‘masterpiece,’ ‘ahead of its time’ and so on. This is certainly the type of record that is aiming for that type of status, for better or for worse.” Liturgy will likely perform cuts from the album at the ’Sco this Saturday at 10 p.m, giving attendees a chanc...

Pharmakon howls at an enchanted audience. She bridged the gap between music and performance art at the ’Sco Tuesday night.

Pharmakon Blurs Line Separating Noise Music, Performance Art

March 6, 2015

Pharmakon, the experimental noise project of New York’s Margaret Chardiet, evoked visceral reactions in ’Sco-goers Wednesday night in a manner that even the heaviest of metal shows could not match. She fulfilled her self-proclaimed “deep-seated drive” to engage audiences in “uncomfortable, confrontational ways” in a painfully loud, performance art-tinged set. Fans, critics and musicians alike tend to throw around words like “unusual” and “intense” when discussing power electronics,...

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