Matt Siffert

Class of 2009


  • Shara Worden shines as My Brightest Diamond

    In case you hadn’t figured it out by now, the recipe for making good music is complicated. First, combine some great lyrics and melodies for people to sing (or scream) along to. Add some good musicians to give the music some personality and emotion. Sprinkle some cool grooves to get people dancing. Stir to perfection.

    Pillbox | November 19, 2007
  • CD Dropbox

    Down III - *Over The Under*

    “We’ve been changed by the season of the storm...”

    Pillbox | November 12, 2007
  • Origami

    Students and faculty may have been surprised on their way into physicist Robert Lang’s lecture Monday. They weren’t handed sheets with equations or complex physics laws that he discovered. Instead, they were given pieces of paper with dotted lines on them.

    Pillbox | November 5, 2007
  • MSTRKRFT performs on Halloween

    Don’t expect Toronto DJ-duo MSTRKRFT to pull any unexpected punches. In the past year, the group — consisting of musicians Jesse Keeler and Al-P — has toured clubs all over the world, getting nods for its dancer-friendly style. MSTRKRFT’s sound is unabashedly simple: A throbbing, up-tempo drumbeat is omnipresent. There’s a fat bass drum that could barely make it through your doorway, combined with...

    Pillbox | October 29, 2007
  • Comedy of Errors — more error than comedy

    Casual William Shakespeare readers (and even some more hardcore ones), don’t pay as much attention to his comedies. Like the tragedies, these are equally compassionate and energetic, but with a different focus: farcical hilarity and whirlwind of confusion. Such is the blueprint for an early comedy of his, The Comedy of Errors, now running at the O’Reilly Theater downtown as part of the Pittsburg...

    Pillbox | October 29, 2007

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