Victoria, B.C.-based band Current Swell rocked the Jock-Turcot University Centre (UCU) with a surprise performance Nov. 23.
Local student-owned vinyl outlet The Record Shaap closed its doors for good on Nov. 25, not much more than two years after it opened in July 2010.
This week, Fulcrum reviews give praise to Clous Atlas and Anna Karenina—and quite the opposite to the Twilight finale.
What did our reviewers think of the Red Dawn remake? How about new Deftones and Crystal Castles?
Here’s the lowdown on what happened this week in campus arts and culture.
This week’s reviews include new efforts from Converge and Flyleaf and the solo debut from Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard.
This week’s music reviews include the triumphant return of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and the new breakup guide from Taylor Swift.
Students who stopped by Café Alt for a quick cup of coffee or a comfortable place to study on Oct. 31 were surprised to find Juno-nominated folk artist Craig Cardiff performing live.
University of Ottawa physics PhD student Christopher Smeenk demonstrated his pet project, the Laser Musicbox, at the 2012 Electric Fields festival on Oct. 12.