Acts Tobacco, Skizzy Mars to open concert
From Miscellany News
By Adam Buchsbaum
The headliner for this year’s annual Vassar College Entertainment (ViCE) spring concert, co-sponsored by Hip Hop 101, is Das Racist. Up-and-coming hip-hop artist Skizzy Mars and electronic-influenced Tobacco will open at a concert that takes place at Noyes Circle on April 20 from 7 to 10 p.m.
ViCE has put together a very special WINTER concert featuring Vassar’s own Thea Ballard ’13 and American indie folk band, The Low Anthem.
The Low Anthem is an American indie folk band from Providence, Rhode Island, formed in 2006. It consists of multi-instrumentalists Ben Knox Miller, Jeff Prystowsky, Jocie Adams, Mike Irwin and Tyler Osborne. You can find their music
Check Out this article about the fall concert on The Miscellany News:
ViCE brings underground, upbeat acts Anamanaguchi, Fang Island
By Rachel Borné
No doubt many members of the student body either sincerely or ironically consider themselves tech-savvy 90s babies who reminisce about the good ol’ days of Nintendo’s pixilated graphics and eight-bit soundscapes. For this group
Click the link below to hear the announcement made earlier on The Campus Current, an hour long bi-weekly show on WVKR 91.3 (www.wvkr.org) that features campus happenings, news, events and more!
Campus Current 10/25
THE LAST ViCE UpC PARTY EVER!
You heard it right! ViCE Music is proud to announce that indie pop-rock sensation of Montreal will be headling our spring concert with special opener the Knocks.
of Montreal hails from Athens, Georgia and is signed with Polyvinyl and Joyful Noise Recordings. Their tenth studio album, “False Priest”, dropped in September 2010. Check them out at: http://www.myspace.com/ofmontreal
The Knocks, a electronic music
Double the fun! Organ Yank Tuesday and DOPAPOD Thursday!
Quoted from The Poughkeepsie Journal
Written by Dean Engle
Vassar College’s annual fall semester concert Nov. 12 lived up to its venerable chapel venue with headliner Yeasayer and opening acts French Horn Rebellion and Dominique Young Unique.
The first act, French Horn Rebellion, had left me pretty cold when I sampled their recordings before the show, but their live act
YEA YEA YEA SAYER!
ViCE Music presents: Yeasayer with special guests Dominique Young Unique and French Horn Rebellion
This Friday November 12th at 8pm in the Chapel!
Its our big fall concert! So don’t miss out!
Yeasayer isn’t the only one rocking the chapel this friday! ViCE has some awesome openers for you!
Friday November 12th 8pm at Vassar Chapel
Tickets will be $10
Tickets will be sold in the College Center
November 3rd 3pm
November 4th 11am
November 5th 11am
1 ticket per Vassar ID and three Vassar IDs per person
The show will be open to the
Well ViCE can help you out on 2 of these (not the money part)
This week we are holding an exciting DJ contest.
The winner will be a featured opener for our ALL CAMPUS
New Orleans Jazz Quintet
Samirah Evans and her Handsome Devils
10:30pm the Mug Wednesday September 1st
ViCE Film League Presents
8-10pm Thursday September 2nd
NO-VICE Show ON
City Center // Wise Blood // Blithe Field
SUNSET HILL 8PM Friday September
ViCE is celebrating back to school week with a special outdoor concert! Saturday September 4th
Quoted from The Miscellany News
By Danielle Nedivi
California has Coachella, Tennessee has Bonnaroo, Chicago has Lollapalooza, England has Glastonbury, Scotland has T in the Park…and now, Poughkeepsie will have ViCEPOKalypse. You read correctly—Vassar will get its very own bona fide music festival on May 4 at the Ballantine Field, organized by Vassar College Entertainment (ViCE). The event will take
TWIN SISTER http://www.myspace.com/twinsisterband
Twin Sister is the shit. No, we’re not kidding. If you like dreamy, lazy pop music sung by a lady with a beautiful set of pipes then make sure you get your ass to Ballentine for this set. If Pitchfork is your go-to place for new music, then the fact that their debut EP “Color Your Life”
The phrase “do it yourself” gets thrown around a lot, but “do your own thing” is a better goal, and Dom both embody and challenge that ideal. They sing about ecstasy and basement parties, yet their mini-anthem “Burn Bridges” could cross over as easily as Passion Pit, a band who tried, to no avail, to sign Dom to
And we want to help guide you through the THOUSANDS of bands coming next Tuesday to ViCEPOKalypse!
We will be posting a couple of reviews a day, so you can be prepared to jam with them on Tuesday! We encourage you to check them out before the show.
Janka Nabay (indigenous/electronic/dance)
The End Is Near! ViCE invites you to end the year with a bang and a day full of music and free food. When the clock strikes 5pm and we (most of us) are relieved of classes, a concert will start at Ballantine Field. Follow the music, relax and prepare for the end! We have a small army of bands
Quoted from The Miscellany News
By Erik Lorenzsonn
The Flaming Lips know of a girl who will make you some very peculiar toast. “She don’t use butter, she don’t use cheese, she don’t use jelly or any of these; She uses Vaseline!” croons the band’s front man Wayne Coyne in the 1993 single “She Don’t Use Jelly,” their most successful