Evan Kahn Senior Staffwriter

Class of 2015


  • Advice for awkward people

    Dear advice columnist who seems to be a different person every week (what’s up with that?),

    Pillbox | April 28, 2014
  • Housing "What's New?"

    What’s New?

    Special | March 24, 2014
  • Glitch Mob's latest has a glitch

    Who remembers Florence and the Machine’s sophomore album, Ceremonials? Hardly any of you? Well, to recap, it was okay, but it didn’t come anywhere close to matching her spine-tingling debut Lungs. Like all artists, Florence wanted to better herself, so for Ceremonials, she took what her fans and producers liked best — loud, theatrical, gut-wrenching anthems — and made an album chock-full of ...

    Pillbox | February 17, 2014
  • Shearwater disappoints

    Indie rock band Shearwater had finally made a name for itself with its previous three albums. 2008’s Rook got the artsy, nature-themed band some critical acclaim; The Golden Archipelago built on that success and expanded the band’s instrumental and color palates; and last year’s Animal Joy was the most commercially successful. The album freed up the band’s primitive and primal sensibilities ...

    Pillbox | November 25, 2013
  • Obsidian is dark, depraved

    There’s something very sumptuous about death and decay when Baths sings about it. Then again, everything sung by the electronic musician (real name Will Wiesenfeld) in his jaw-dropping falsetto is like an aural dessert. On Obsidian, it’s served up with existential angst and homoerotic imagery — and it’s delicious.

    Pillbox | August 26, 2013