Concert Preview: Active Child at the Black Cat

You’re done with midterms (unless you have a sadistic, life-sucking professor, that is)! Vox thinks a celebratory outing is definitely in check. On Monday, November 11, Active Child will bless the Black Cat with his ethereal voice. Working under… Read More

Kids These Days: Inventing a genre of their own

How do you categorize a band that ranges from blues, jazz, soul, hip-hop, and R&B, and has a rapper, a keyboardist, a trombonist, a trumpeter, a bass guitarist, a drummer, and a lead guitarist? You invent a new… Read More

Concert Preview: The beautiful chaos of Lady Lamb the Beekeeper

Aly Spaltro‘s story of stardom is almost as whimsical as her voice. She began her musical pursuits by playing and practicing in the basement of the video rental store at which she was a clerk in her hometown of… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: Autumn Sweaters

Remix Your Weekend is Vox’s age-old feature on newly released songs and upcoming concerts in the D.C. area. From now on, this feature will be brought to you each week by a different writer from WGTB’s blog The Rotation. … Read More

Out of Tune: Flo Rida’s Wild Ones masters mediocrity

  As artists like Nicki Minaj and Wiz Khalifa solidify their specific style to carve out a spot on the top 40 chart, they contribute their own unique qualities to the average pop song we may expect to… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Where to get your groove on

Who says D.C. isn’t good for music? Sure, you can’t find a club on every corner, and for the most part you’ll have to venture pretty far outside that damn “bubble” everybody’s always talking about to get there,… Read More

Student showcases D.C.’s female drummers at The Fridge

Think about the number of female drummers you know. Can you count it on one hand? Kiran Gandhi (COL ’11), senior, manager of local record label Rhythm & Culture, and drumming extraordinaire, thinks that’s a problem, and tonight she’s… Read More

Georgetown baseball player pursues rap career

Mike Seander, a graduate student on Georgetown’s baseball team, caught the attention of the Washington Post yesterday. Not for his on-the-field talents, though. You see, Seander raps. (His rap name? Mike Stud.) “It’s absurd,” Dan Capeless, his teammate,… Read More

Rag dolls are people too: A Million Shetland Ponies, one Georgetown freshman’s “two man” band

I was quickly corrected when I referred to A Million Shetland Ponies, in which Georgetown freshman David Benedetto (SFS ’13) is a musician, as a one man band. “So, there are two members of A Million Shetland Ponies…. Read More

The best of nodak89’s Georgetown Basketball tributes

Last week, the Voice‘s Tim Shine profiled Chris Tiongson (COL ’89), an alum and pediatrician from Fargo who records delightful songs celebrating Georgetown basketball players and great moments in Georgetown basketball. How’d he get his start? “It started,… Read More