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Video and story by Makayla Boling / Contributing Writer She’s Alaska is an acoustic pop duo made up of Cooper Moss and Eleanor Lieder, both students at MTSU. The two combine their songwriting abilities to express catchy melodies, interesting lyrics and a strong musicality. While the duo has been performing for a couple years now, …

Photos and story by Natasha Nancel / Contributing Writer Local music and games store Media Rerun keeps the house show vibe and DIY ethos alive in Murfreesboro with their all-ages and free in-store concerts.   Tuesday night, on the eve of Halloween, Media Rerun hosted a concert and spooky party at their shop located in …

Photo courtesy of Unknown Mortal Orchestra Story by Max Leach / Contributing Writer Earlier this year, Unknown Mortal Orchestra released their fourth album, “Sex & Food.” Adding to their repertoire of groovy, lo-fi, psychedelic dreamscapes, “Sex & Food” captured the underpinnings of frontman Ruban Nielson’s world travels. From their avant-garde music videos to their minimal-yet-soulful …

Graphic by Nick Hardin / Contributing Writer  One of the most exciting parts of every week is “New Music Fridays.” Every Friday, new albums and singles are released across all streaming platforms for music lovers to consume. The goal of this weekly column is to break down a number of singles that are released on …

Video and story by Makayla Boling / Contributing Writer Redd Byrdd is an “outlaw hip-hop-n-roll” artist living in Murfreesboro and an MTSU student. He has been playing music since he was 13 years old, but his unique sound has not fully developed until recently. In the last year, Byrdd has put together an onstage DJ, who goes …

Photos and story by Haley Smith / Contributing Writer On Saturday, a new music venue called The Laundry Room opened in Murfreesboro with performances from several MTSU students. Owners Jacob Keener and Christian Hannah hosted their debut show at the venue on Bradyville Pike with much success. Five artists performed individual sets, and the turnout …