Reviews

WMN Rocks the BPC

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

It should come as no surprise that the best acts at Berklee’s annual Women Musicians Network concert are among the best acts at Berklee. There was no unifying concept behind the show on March 12 …


Touring Panel Discusses Innovations, Beyonce, and U2

By Zac Taylor
Editor-in-Chief

Panelists debate each other at David Friend Recital Hall.

Panelists debate each other at David Friend Recital Hall.

The David Friend Recital Hall was filled with eager students, faculty, and media personnel this past Thursday, March 26 for a special panel about innovations in the …


Hung Invades Boston

I first heard about Hung, an NYC-based metal band with an electric violinist, two years ago. As a string player and metalhead, here was a combination of two of my favorite things, and I quickly set out to learn more …


Christian Scott Rocks out at Sculler’s

Christian Scott’s quintet did not swing on a single tune on Thursday May 26 at Sculler’s Jazz Club. Nor did they burn, at least, not in a traditional sense. With the one notable exception of a breakneck cover of Herbie …



eye.sea.land by Marc Davis

Eye.Sea.Land by Marc Davis

Eye.Sea.Land by Marc Davis

The debut full-length record from current Berklee student Marc Davis is oddly comforting and haunting. Fighting the trend of the EP, eye.sea.land has 11 tracks, which all have organic textures mixed with some sequenced drums and…

Engineer’s Perspective: Heavy Rotations CD Release

By Stephanie Planchart
Contributing Writer

I have a confession to make. I love the Heavy Rotation concert at the BPC. I’m not supposed to. It should be a big pain in my side, but I can’t help really enjoying myself …


All That Jazz: New Releases

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

When people hear the word “fusion,” they generally think either of Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew,” the slew of 70s bands that sprouted from those sessions (The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Return to Forever, etc) or the smooth …