Vacationer bassist discusses ongoing tour

Self-described “Nu-Hula” band Vacationer opened for Bleachers at Union Transfer Nov. 26. Their latest album that was released in June, “Relief,” features the two top songs “The Wild Life” and “Go Anywhere.” The band released a music video for “Go Anywhere” a month ago, now with over 4,000 views, and… Continued

Fall Fest replaces two annual shows

Dragon Concert Series announced Sept. 4 that hip-hop artists 2 Chainz and Big Sean will co-headline the inaugural Drexel Fall Fest. Supporting acts are still to be determined. Fall Fest will take place Oct. 4 in Lot F, where Spring Jam has been hosted the past two years. It will… Continued

Eric Hutchinson showcases vocal prowess at TLA

Since his debut album in 2008, “Sounds Like This,” Eric Hutchinson has been playing his signature “intelligent pop” across the globe garnering an impressive host of tour credits, such as Jason Mraz and One Republic, and has built up an equally impressive fan base. With the recent release of his… Continued

Pack This, Not That: Music Festivals

As the sun comes out, the season of music festivals finally begins. We sifted through all our flower crowns, fringe and neon tutus to bring you a concise report on concert essentials. Prepare yourself with this smart list of what to and not to bring to your next outdoor concert.… Continued

Nina Persson plays World Cafe Live

Nina Persson has often been deemed the heroine of “coldhearted warm pop.” This ironic phrase sounds almost acrimonious to describe someone as iconic as Persson. It was only after attending her show at World Cafe Live that I could truly understand that term. Persson is fearless. She is a woman… Continued