Band Profile: Damn the Witch Siren

By Abby Jeffers, Contributor [Photos by Chip Willis, Bobbi Kitten and Z Wolf] Columbus electro-pop duo Damn the Witch Siren have always been a feminist band. Concocted by frontwoman Bobbi Kitten, even the origin of its name is rooted in feminism, stemming from a fascination with the Salem Witch Trials and with sirens in classics…

Ten Years Today: Flight of the Conchords – Flight of the Conchords

By Justin Cudahy, Columns Editor [Sub Pop Records; 2008] Original Release Date: 4/21/08 Memorable Tracks: “Inner City Pressure”, “Hiphopopotamous vs. Rhymenoceros”, “Business Time” I’ll be honest, I was a little late to the Flight of the Conchords bandwagon when the group was at its most popular between 2007 and 2009. But then again, I was…

Revis(it)ing the Past: 2016 Edition

By Eric Perzanowski, Staff Writer Every year when December rolls around, I get the same sense of inundation. These feelings can originate from a number of things: finals, the looming holiday season, the impending changes to the weather. However, what really puts me over the top is the bombardment of year-end lists. As a reader,…

Album Review: David Bowie – ★

By Jonathan Fuchs, Copy Editor [Columbia, 2016] Rating: 4.5/5 Key Tracks: “★,” “Lazarus,” “I Can’t Give Everything Away” ★  (pronounced “Blackstar”), David Bowie’s 25th studio album, is difficult to talk about–not just because of its complexity, but because Bowie passed away two days after the album was released. The fact that this is his final record is hard…