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Album cover of Sunsettas new EP Green Line to Harvard Ave

Student band Sunsetta drops new dance-inducing EP ‘Green Line to Harvard Ave’

By Mariyam Quaisar, Editor-at-large
February 24, 2021

Emerson’s very own student band Sunsetta dropped their new EP on Feb. 19 titled “Green Line to Harvard Ave,” and I immediately downloaded every song.  Sunsetta is made up of four students with...

Sophomore Shane Sullivan (right) collaborated with his brother Nick (left) to produce an abstract alternative album under their band name Joyer. Photo courtesy of Shane Sullivan.

Brother music duo Joyer releases second album

By Shruti Rajkumar
October 4, 2019

With nothing more than two microphones, minimal technology experience, and GarageBand software installed on their computer, Shane Sullivan, a sophomore visual and media arts major, collaborated with his...

Student band Snoozer released their first album, Tortoise, Hare in 2019, falling under their own style of running-with-scissors punk rock. Kyle Bray / Beacon Staff

Student band Snoozer rocks out on first album

By J. Faith Malicdem
September 18, 2019

James Ammirato knew the Boston music scene is its own little microcosm of the city, and because of that, it’s really hard to be heard.  According to student punk rock band Snoozer, Boston’s up-and-coming...

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