Thursday, December 13, 2018

Category Archives: ARTS

Album Review: Baltra’s Recent Release “Can’t Explain It”

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 A&E EDITOR  For electronic music fanatics, autumn isn’t just about the dip in temperature or changes in leaf colors. Instead, we look forward to filling the end-of-summer void with rich, complex, and textured releases, sonic qualities that Michael S. Baltra (Baltra) presents consistently within his music. Can’t Explain It is the newest EP… Continue Reading

A Q & A with Photographer John Anthony Rosa ’21

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 A&E EDITOR When did you first get into photography and why? Most people will say that the first “real time” I got into photography was Junior year of high school. But in all sincerity, that’s not really true. I actually first started when I went on exchange in Berlin, Germany. As a… Continue Reading

Trinity Artist Spotlight: A Q&A with Meg Smith ’21

Trinity Artist Spotlight: A Q&A with Meg Smith ’21

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 A&E EDITOR Who is Meg Smith? I am a sophomore intending to major in neuroscience and visual arts. I am from Portland, Oregon, and growing up in the beautiful great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest has definitely influenced the love of nature which informs my work. Why embroidery? When I started doing… Continue Reading

Yves Tumor Creates Beautiful Chaos on Newest Album

Yves Tumor Creates Beautiful Chaos on Newest Album

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 A&E EDITOR There are albums that make you dance, others that make you think, some that make you want to sink into your bed and drift off into an unknown abyss, and very few that combine all three. Electronic musician Yves Tumor, who has frequently declined to reveal his permanent location, has… Continue Reading

Trinity Band Pakalolo Patrol To Release First Album

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 MANAGING EDITOR Trinity’s own Pakalolo Patrol has unofficially released their first eight track self-titled album, Pakalolo Patrol. Get ready for a mix of easy going surf rock and distorted raucous, a pair of sounds that marry each other smoothly on this album. The band strikes a difficult balance between a host of… Continue Reading

Interview: Trinity’s Christopher Houlihan on the Eve of the Watters Recital

Interview: Trinity’s Christopher Houlihan on the Eve of the Watters Recital

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR   Christopher Houlihan sits in his office, his bespectacled face lit dramatically by the purple and blue light of the John Rose window. He has been preparing for his upcoming concert: the Clarence Watters Memorial Recital. He explains that this annual concert commemorates Watters, the first organist of the Trinity… Continue Reading