Chloe Lula

Class of 2015


  • SXSW exposes listeners to new sounds

    One hundred venues, 2,200 performers, 20,000 attendees: The scope of South by Southwest (SXSW) is massive, drawing multitudes of hip twentysomething musicians, filmmakers, and partygoers to Austin, Texas every spring. Since its advent in 1987, it has continued to grow in size; music is typically one of the more popular aspects of the festival, with shows running concurrently for six of the 21 days...

    Pillbox | March 25, 2013
  • Paperhouse

    My favorite new album at WRCT has been coldwave band Black Marble’s A Different Arrangement. Like much of Black Marble’s other source material, the album’s vocals are reminiscent of a low-key Ian Curtis, further developing the sound of their earlier Weight Against the Door EP. Here, the typically subdued tension between the angular synthesizers and human melancholia is at its zenith.

    Pillbox | February 18, 2013
  • Veronica Falls radiates teenage angst

    The glum shoegazers that make up indie pop band Veronica Falls return tomorrow with their sophomore album installation, Waiting for Something to Happen. The newest release is certainly a ray of sunshine in one of the year’s darkest months, suffused with jangling guitars, flowing harmonies, and bittersweet hooks.

    Pillbox | February 11, 2013
  • Pittsburgh exhibit explores human relationship with place through art and writing

    As individuals with unique experiences, humans have inherently subjective interpretations of the world. The City & the City: Artwork by London Writers, an ongoing exhibition at Wood Street Galleries, is a study of this concept — that our emotions and backgrounds shape how we perceive a place.

    Pillbox | December 3, 2012
  • Ital's Dream On strikes unpleasant chord

    Knife-edge snares, buzzsaw drones, and panic-ridden vocals are the sounds that greet listeners of Ital’s newest album, Dream On. The Nov. 5 release is the second this year from Brooklyn’s Daniel Martin-McCormick, following his debut with Hive Mind in February.

    Pillbox | November 19, 2012

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