Us and Them will perform Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon" Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 in MTSU's Tucker Theatre. The band is comprised primarily of MTSU faculty and students. (FILE/MTSU)

Pink Floyd tribute band Us and Them will perform the iconic 1973 album The Dark Side of The Moon at Tucker Theatre at 7 p.m. tonight. Us and Them includes Director of Recording Industry Dale Brown and recording industry professors Bill Crabtree and Cosette Collier. The show features performances by keyboard player John Nichols, Amy Harris-Brown and Candace Warner, along with graduate students James Ducey …

Accomplished music manager and producer Peter Jenner spoke to students about his music industry career Tuesday evening. The lecture focused on how Jenner’s initial vision to start a successful record label changed when he formed Blackhill Enterprises, a rock music management company, with one of the world’s most iconic music groups. “I saw this band …

Photo Courtesy of News Break Story by Ashley Barrientos/Contributing Writer 21-year-old British pop prodigy Declan McKenna released his glittery and celestial new album, “Zeros,” on September 4th. Once labeled as a voice for his generation after addressing several social issues in his debut record, “What Do You Think About the Car,” McKenna’s new album steers …

This year, Record Store Day will celebrate its 11th anniversary. The event, usually held twice a year – once in April and again on Black Friday – has risen to popularity over the years and has greatly impacted independent record stores all around the world. The current musical landscape for music lovers is as seamless …

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 …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor Nothing is more difficult than facing the first couple weeks of school — freshman or senior, the change in routines can be overwhelming — but a guaranteed pick-me-up is music, and one can never really have too many vibe-worthy playlists. Below is a list of ten tracks that …