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KWCW Show of the Week: MTC Late Night Radio

Photo by Anna Dawson

Allison Hall, Staff Writer

February 25, 2016

Sophomores Tristan Cates, Matt Hill and Courtland Osborn are three best friends whose radio show has a special twist: they all produce their own electronic music. The show airs from 12-2 A.M. on Monday nights.

Bowie’s experimental gems lie ‘Low’

Bowie's experimental gems lie 'Low'


February 16, 2012

In 1976, rock legend David Bowie moved to West Berlin, ostensibly to clean up, stop using cocaine and get his life back in order. Why anyone would imagine Berlin to be a suitable rehab center is unclear, but despite considerable stacked odds––the city's wild hedonism, his hard-partying flatmate Iggy P...

Kalkbrenner delivers euphoric electro experience

Illustration: Eddy Vazquez


October 27, 2011

Before I went to Berlin, I didn't understand electronic music. Since then, a year's worth of memories have coded themselves into the beats and sparse melodies of German techno––ecstatic nights tumbling through city streets, the laughter of friends, and the intoxicating lights and shadowy corners...

Do you wub dubstep?

Illustration: Julie Peterson

Clara Bartlett

October 6, 2011

Ever hear those reverberant drum patterns pulsing at maximum volume on some kid's headphones in the library? Ever go to a party and find yourself dying with intense anticipation of a bass drop? Or hear clipped vocals and a generally repetitive "wub-wub" sound coming from down the hall? What you're probably hearin...

Dean de Benedictis embarks on mountainous musical odyssey

Credit: Eduardo Vazquez


September 8, 2011

In Whitman's vibrant liberal arts setting, it's common to find students who are equally devoted to creative pursuits and the great outdoors. This August, The Pioneer spoke with a musician who embodies this philosophy: Dean de Benedictis, son of 10-time Emmy Award nominee Dick DeBenedictis. Dean de Benedic...

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