Hippo Campus + Samia Shake the Sylvee

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Contributing Writer  One of the best parts of a Hippo Campus show is its dependability. You can always expect a fun, upbeat night of indie rock. However, even though Friday’s show was already one of EMMIE’s most anticipated concerts of the semester, performances from both Samia and Hippo Campus blew our expectations out of the water. Samia set … Continue reading Hippo Campus + Samia Shake the Sylvee

Broods Were A Sight to See at Metro in Chicago

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Contributing Writer Last week our favorite NZ electronic duo Broods put on one of the best shows we’ve seen in 2019. Siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott took the Metro stage, complete with strobe lighting and Sucker’s intense beat. Broods heralded a new era with their third album Don’t Feed the Pop Monster, released in February this year. The … Continue reading Broods Were A Sight to See at Metro in Chicago

Bad Bad Hats Were a Hit at High Noon

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Staff Writer  Last Friday Bad Bad Hats treated their Madison fans to a fantastic 11th performance at High Noon Saloon. The night was full of friendship, laughter, and new tunes. The Minneapolis trio released a new EP a little over a week ago and it contains three songs some fans might recognize. Wide Right, Liz Phair, and Dunno … Continue reading Bad Bad Hats Were a Hit at High Noon

Your Loss if You Missed Mitski at The Sylvee

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Mercy Xiong, Social Media Director  When you follow an artist long enough, there will come a time where you see them evolve as a performer. Fresh off the release for her critically-acclaimed fifth studio album Be the Cowboy, Mitski Miyawaki, mononymously known as Mitski, definitely did that. If you caught her on tour for Bury Me at Makeout Creek or … Continue reading Your Loss if You Missed Mitski at The Sylvee

Jenny Lewis Was Radiant at The Sylvee

Photos by Morgan Winston By: Morgan Winston, Staff Writer Fresh off the release of her highly-anticipated fourth album On the Line, Jenny Lewis treated her Madison fans to an honest and fine-tuned performance. The indie rock icon performed new favorites in addition to older hits, all while bouncing across the Sylvee stage in glittering glory. Although some of her songs deal with heavier topics, Lewis’ … Continue reading Jenny Lewis Was Radiant at The Sylvee