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French singer Soko talks about new album, career
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French singer Soko talks about new album, career

Self-taught singer and instrumentalist Soko traveled to Miami Beach Thursday to perform a show with Foster the People at The Fillmore Miami Beach. Soko, a French native, began her career as an actress in France at the age of 16. She then made the jump to music, releasing her first full-length album “I Thought I Was an Alien” in…

Rock opera breaks boundaries
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Rock opera breaks boundaries

When a sultry rock opera meets a sordid love triangle, the passion and over-the-top emotions explode into the powerful production of “Murder Ballad,” playing at the Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre through Nov. 2. The Miami Hurricane had a chance to sit down with Mariand Torres, a University of Miami alumna who plays the…

Graduate tunes plan for tour
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Graduate tunes plan for tour

For a lot of seniors, graduation means starting an internship or heading off to grad school. But for senior Megan Talay, graduation means the beginning of a seven-day tour and the recording of her EP, all in hopes of pursuing her dreams of being an artist. The Miami Hurricane sat down with Talay to talk…

Flume talks making music, future plans
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Flume talks making music, future plans

Flume is a 22-year-old Australian producer known for songs like “Holdin On,” “Lose the Game” and “Ezra.”. Since his self-titled debut album and recent Lockjaw EP with Chet Faker, Flume has been growing in popularity. He’s even playing the first day of Coachella this year. He will also be in town Tuesday, April 15 to…

Tuneful talent strikes chord
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Tuneful talent strikes chord

Senior Melanie Dewey has a passion for music and isn’t shy about letting people know it – when she’s not too busy racing from one gig to another. Dewey runs and performs at the Patio Jams concert series on Thursdays, is the subject of a documentary, is touring the East Coast over the summer and…

Senior works to enact media and social change
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Senior works to enact media and social change

When senior Stephanie Rey went to her first Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC) meeting at the end of her freshman year, she had no idea how big an impact it would have on her life. Last June, Rey got an internship with NBCUniversal in its Latin American division. The position eventually evolved into her current part-time…

Glitch Mob talks EDM, Ultra Music Festival
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Glitch Mob talks EDM, Ultra Music Festival

On tour after releasing their sophomore album, “Love Death Immortality,” The Glitch Mob, a three man EDM group consisting of edIT, Boreta and Ooah, stopped in Miami to perform at the first day of Ultra Music Festival. The Miami Hurricane sat down with the LA based EDM group to discuss their name, visuals and  plans…

Discovering the humans of Miami
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Discovering the humans of Miami

UM’s presence on Facebook has been growing, especially with pages like UMiami Secrets gaining popularity around school. Recently, students’ Facebook feeds have been taken over by a new kind of webpage: “Humans of UM,” modeled after the popular page “Humans of New York,” which was created by Brandon Stanton in 2010. If you follow “Humans…

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Senior caves into theater production

For most seniors, a thesis requires hours of sitting in the library, researching and writing up their findings. But for senior Lauren Coghlan, it meant constructing a cave inside the Ring Theater for the production of “Floyd Collins.” Based on the true story of a man trapped in a Kentucky cave which led to extensive…

Arctic monkeys discuss career
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Arctic monkeys discuss career

It’s been more than 10 years since the British indie rock band Arctic Monkeys formed. Since then, they have grown into musical sensations selling out arenas worldwide and garnering more than four million Facebook fans.  But fame hasn’t gone to their heads; they are still a group of down-to-earth guys who like to hang out…

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