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Taylor Hawkins at Lollapalooza in Berlin, 2017. RAPHAEL POUR-HASHEMI/CC BY 2.0

“Cold Day In the Sun”: Remembering Taylor Hawkins

Jeremy Portnoy and Skylar Sena April 3, 2022
Taylor Hawkins’ death on March 25, while heartbreaking for grunge lovers around the world, is yet another mourning period they are all too familiar with.
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My Bloody Valentine album cover for Loveless released in 1991. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Only Shallow Fashion: Breaking Down My Bloody Valentine’s Unexpected Supreme Line

Ethan Tam May 22, 2020
The popular streetwear brand was launching a collaborative clothing line with My Bloody Valentine, available online only on April 23.
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Post Malone and Slushii rock Back to the Brook

Post Malone and Slushii rock Back to the Brook

Kayla McKiski and Rebecca Liebson September 23, 2017
Post covered Nirvana’s “All Apologies,” strumming the guitar with his painted black fingernails, his growly voice the perfect texture for the angsty self-deprecating rock song.
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Post Malone performing at the Veld Music Festival back in 2016. THE COME UP SHOW/FLICKR VIA CC BY 2.0

Post Malone set to headline Back to the Brook on Friday

Joseph Konig September 17, 2017
Post Malone is coming to Stony Brook for the annual fall concert, Back to the Brook, and students could not see the hip hop artist at a more perfect time in his career than right now.
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Jon Bellion, a Long Island native, performed at The Paramount in Huntington on Thursday night. /THE STATESMAN

Concert reviews: Flatbush Zombies and Jon Bellion at The Paramount

Kayla McKiski December 11, 2016
Sunday night, clouds of smoke floated above the crowd in The Paramount, enveloped in the smell of marijuana and God-knows what else. It was a sign: the Zombies were coming.
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Grunge era music still thriving today

Jon Winkler October 21, 2013
Pearl Jam has really spread itself out in the last five years, so there is the wonder that “Lightning Bolt” could be just a friendly reminder that they are still around and that there is more coming. For now though, it would have been better to kick down the door instead of just knocking lightly.
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