With the stress of midterm season, erratic Texas weather and remaining impacts from the recent hurricanes, the month of October has been inundated with gloom. On Oct. 20, these tensions were lifted with live music, milkshakes and mosh pits, as the University Episcopal Center held its first student-run hurricane relief open mic night.
With the release of her second LP “Wanderland” on October 17, 2001, Kelis drew us into her world of funky, alternative R&B and ushered in a new kind of R&B singer, one that was less inhibited and embraced genre-bending music. Sixteen years later, “Wanderland” is still a manifesto of unapologetic freedom.
It’s that time of year again. As fall settles in, stay cozy under layers of sweaters and snuggle in with a strong cup of coffee. ORANGE has the sounds of the season for you, so get warm, get calm and get your Father John Misty on.