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The Gap Band - You Dropped A Bomb On Me
David Shire - Night On Disco Mountain
Earth, Wind, & Fire - September
Dave Brubeck - September In The Rain
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What's Good In The Hood: Calendars Week Of September 26


Rutgers men’s soccer vs. Florida Gulf Coast - September 27th, 8pm, Yurcak Field, Livingston Campus.

Cupcake Wars - September 28th, 3:15pm, Piscataway Public Library. Teens will compete against each other for the best decorated cupcake. Hopefully they let us have the leftovers.

New Jersey Film Festival screens ‘Dreams That Money Can Buy’ - September 29th, 6pm, Ruth Adams Building, Douglass Campus. A dada film, ‘Dreams That Money...



Album Review: Semiotics - For How

New Brunswick natives Semiotics have been the hidden gem of alternative emo rock, with a slight early 2000’s pop punk vibe (think Motion City Soundtrack). With jumpy melodies and relatable lyrics, Semiotics surely is a band worth checking out if you’re looking for a fresh, reviving sound. Nicholas Rapon, co-singer and co-guitarist of the band, has been booking shows since he was in high school, and not necessarily just in New Brunswick. Originally only playing in his house, Semiotics have since played various DIY venues and...



Album Review: Hodera - United By Birdcalls

From the underground NJ music community comes Montclair based indie rockers, Hodera. United By Birdcalls is Hodera’s first official full length release. Led by Matthew Smith, Hodera has undergone several lineup changes until establishing a consistent collective of musicians both touring and recording. The band takes on an indie-alternative form, with their music embodying characteristics of the classic Midwestern emo blended with a folky tone. United By Birdcalls narrates the listener through a therapeutic release...



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