David Tuzman

Class of 2009


  • Drunken rants and moustache chants

    What ever happened to fun, rowdy bands? It seems like current music is brimming with dismal, melodramatic acts and singers carrying themselves like the next messiah. What if I just want to go to a show and rock out without everyone around me standing with arms crossed, stolid and motionless? This week, I found the answer at two concerts in the South Side: The Hold Steady and Man Man.

    Pillbox | March 26, 2007
  • Avoiding the sophomore slump

    It’s the end of 2004. You’re at a party, bumpin’ to “Drop it Like it’s Hot,” clicking your tongue to the beat, when a friend tells you about the absolute best concert he went to the other night: a new Canadian band with strings and horns and crazy dudes railing on each other with drumsticks. He burns you their album, Funeral, you give it a listen, and — move over Franz Ferdinand! — Arcade Fire i...

    Pillbox | January 29, 2007
  • Diamonds and a down comforter

    David Bavas, David Bavas and the Down Comforter

    Pillbox | November 20, 2006
  • Three bands, two concerts, one week


    Pillbox | October 16, 2006
  • Graduates sell vintage in a modern way

    Vintage. Indie. Retro. Emo. These are some of the terms thrown around by clothing companies to attract young adults to their stores. Usually the words just mean pre-faded, screen-printed shirts with less-than-clever phrases on them. At ModCloth, however, these words accurately describe the company’s wide variety of stylish clothes. Established and run by Carnegie Mellon students and graduates, the...

    Pillbox | October 9, 2006