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Kieran Graulich

Kieran Graulich, Music Editor

Kieran Graulich is your loveable goofball music editor. He’s a radical sophomore in the Playwrights Horizon Theater School for Drama with a double major in Philosophy with a minor in BEMT and Not Sleeping. He likes to tell people he’s from New York City although he’s really from Staten Island and says “bro” more than he’d like to admit. When not rehearsing or working for WSN, he can be found crying about rehearsing or working for WSN, or possibly arguing why Weezer is really is a good band and why you should give them a shot, bro.

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Surprise albums take over 2015

Surprise albums take over 2015

Dec 7, 2015
Reflect on 2015 with some of the year's greatest albums, from Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly" to Adele's "25."
The Beastie Boys have signed a deal with the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music in the Tisch School of the Arts allowing senior Clive Davis students to produce in their East Village studio.

Beastie Boys now letting NYU students to use their recording studios

Oct 28, 2015
The Beastie Boys will open their recording studio to NYU students so seniors at Clive Davis can share the recording experience of the Grammy Award-winning rock band.

Music loves blackness, but not black people

Oct 21, 2015
The black experience has been appropriated to the point of silencing black voices.
CMJ Music Marathon runs october 13th- 17th, staring artists including Kate Nash, Tobias Jesso Jr. and Panda Bear.

Five up-and-coming bands at CMJ

Oct 14, 2015
Here are five new and returning bands making waves at the 35th annual CMJ in New York City.
Released on October 2nd, V is the fifth studio album by the American surf rock group Wavves.

Album makes new Wavves

Oct 5, 2015
Wavves returns to their lo-fi and slacker roots with blazing success in their latest album, "V."

‘Book of Souls’ reflects band’s long career

Sep 17, 2015
After nearly four decades of performing, Iron Maiden's latest album "Book of Souls" reflects the band's long career.

Macklemore’s ‘Downtown’ proves jokester’s prowess

Sep 8, 2015
Macklemore's latest single "Downtown" captures the brilliantly absurd rise of the rapper's career.
Vic Mensa performs at the Welcome Week Mystery Concert

Vic Mensa thrills at mystery concert

Sep 7, 2015
Featuring performers like Vic Mensa, Tei Shi, Sophie and Vic, NYU's Mystery Concert delivers a punch of fresh contemporary music.
Vic Mensa, SOPHIE and Tei Shi will be performing at this years mystery concert.

Mystery concert line up revealed

Sep 2, 2015
The line up for the NYU mystery concert will feature....
Album straight outta Dr. Dre

Album straight outta Dr. Dre

Aug 28, 2015
Dr. Dre's latest release "Compton" has nostalgic vibes.
Mike Prussack, center, is an LS freshman in the folk-rock band, Fiscal Cliff.

Freshman frontman talks rock, future

Apr 16, 2015
As a part of the New Jersey rock band Fiscal Cliff, LS freshman Mike Prussack spoke with WSN to discuss the band's rock inspirations and the possibility of releasing a full-length in the near future.
NYU student record label gives back

NYU student record label gives back

Apr 8, 2015
Steinhardt senior Johnathan Chen founds music label "OneReasonRecordings," working with musicians and writers to raise awareness about social issues.
Prelow released their first album after success with online singles.

NYU alumni rule SoundCloud

Feb 5, 2015
Prelow, graduates of NYU's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, spoke with WSN about their first EP, “Why Does Everything Happen So Much?”
Father John Misty’s “I Love You, Honeybear” is Josh Tillman’s first album as Misty since 2012.

Misty offers his best solo album yet

Feb 4, 2015
Father John Misty’s new album, “I Love You, Honeybear” exudes a more intimate, sincere col-lection of music from the folk singer-songwriter.
Strokes frontman debuts solo album

Strokes frontman debuts solo album

Sep 23, 2014
Julian Casablancas teams up with The Voidz to create a new sound for himself