“I don’t know what to do,You think I’m better than youBut maybe I did too,‘Cause baby there’s a line betweenyour faith and what I had in mind…” Poignant confessions of a self-sabotaging loner or ramblings of an egoist gleefully tallying up the number of lovers she let down? Wish I knew. What we do know…
I’m constantly listening to music. So much so, that it honestly didn’t make sense that I hadn’t gone to one yet. I wasn’t planning on going to one, either, because of how hectic life has become since coming to Stanford. A couple weeks ago, though, the perfect opportunity came up. Lauv was playing in Oakland. Tickets were decently priced. I had a 9am the next morning, but I’d become a pro napper; sleep wasn’t a problem.
Y’all might not have heard of MAX, but he put on a fabulous show on Saturday night.
Some performers at the music festival were unsurprising in their goodness. But other top performances came, perhaps unexpectedly, from lesser-known acts, especially ones hailing from outside the country.
To better introduce you to this weekend’s lesser-known acts, we’ve paired some of them with bigger names based on shared appeal.
On Friday, The St. Lawrence String Quartet launched its last of three “Midday Masters” concerts as part of the 2018 Chamber Music Seminar, a ten-day program designed to advance students in their careers as chamber musicians and to provide those from other careers with a deeper connection to the world of chamber music.
This report covers a selection of incidents from May 28 to June 4 as recorded in the Stanford Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Kim Deal howls a muffled siren as Jim Macpherson taps out the start to “Cannonball.” With a bass lick from Josephine Wiggs and a groovy riff from Kelley Deal, The Breeders of 1993’s seminal “Last Splash” are reunited at last. As “Cannonball” bangs on The Masonic’s vaulted ceilings, the sleeping cells of youth in the…