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Walk Off the Earth talks overnight success
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Walk Off the Earth talks overnight success

Last January, Walk Off the Earth’s five members dressed in black and performed a brilliant cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.” They uploaded a video of their performance to YouTube, and it went viral. With the video now at more than 137 million views, Walk Off the Earth has remained in the…

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News Briefs – 10/29

Jewish voters Ira Sheskin, director of the Jewish Demography Project at the Miller Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies, will give a lecture called “The U.S. Presidential Election – How Are Jews Voting?” Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miller Center Auditorium in the Merrick Building. Sheskin will discuss the issues that drive the Jewish vote…

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Six days of Ultra essentially a death wish

When Ultra Music Festival organizers announced that, for the first time in history, the annual EDM festival would span two weekends, many people rejoiced – specifically my entire newsfeed, South Florida’s drug dealers and anyone with stock in American Apparel. I, on the other hand, found myself at grips with a near-fatal panic attack. Six…

Ultra Music Festival 2013 will last two weekends, six days
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Ultra Music Festival 2013 will last two weekends, six days

The Ultra Music Festival 2013 will be expanding to two weekends. An announcement made by Ultra Music Festival Monday at noon confirmed that the event will be longer in celebration of the electronic music festival’s 15th anniversary. Ultra released the news on its Facebook page through a video: “Ultra Music Festival will be the first…

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The Killers return from hiatus with more personal album

After a summer packed with candy-pop tunes like “Call Me Maybe” and “Part of Me,” this autumn marks the return of the The Killers, after a four-year hiatus, with the release of the band’s fourth album, “Battle Born.” Released on Sept. 18, “Battle Born” marks a new era for The Killers, straying away from the…

Hospital volunteers hit the right notes
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Hospital volunteers hit the right notes

The hallway in the Miami Children’s Hospital Intensive Care Unit was quiet last Saturday afternoon, save for the constant beeping of monitors. Suddenly that changed. Nurses danced, doctors peered out of rooms to see what all the commotion was, and one little boy grinned from ear to ear as he bounced up and down. The…

Students take tuneful talents to help others
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Students take tuneful talents to help others

At the Frost School of Music, students are using their tuneful talents to assist others in the community. The University of Miami is now one of a few schools in the U.S. where students can major in music therapy. The small but growing program allows its 40-plus students to combine two of their passions. “I…

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Message from popular genre must be refined

I respect the argument that house music is tantamount to rock ’n’ roll in the 1960s. The rock ’n’ roll movement had substance. It fostered the advancement of the civil rights movement, the women’s rights movement, the sexual revolution and anti-war protest. But in all candor, house music lacks similarly substantive messages. If house music…

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House music in the mainstream is here to stay

House music is this generation’s  rock ‘n’ roll. Get used to it. Just like the rock movement, house inspires a “feeling.” There is a physical, chemical or emotional reaction to whatever auditory stimulus blasts out of nearby speakers at a given moment. It’s that “thing” that the melodic vocalist in Avicii’s hit, Levels, is singing…

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MTV should restore its identity

You’ve been living under a rock, oblivious to MTV’s existence, but while channel surfing you come across “Music Television” and get excited about the idea of watching music videos, interviews with artists, and the inside scoop of the music industry 24 hours a day. What a dream network. But MTV’s current airing schedule consists of…

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