lifestyle

Shenu Talks: Gus Dapperton and The Polly People

The night the Polly People US Tour landed in New Orleans; the city was nursing a cold front. The restlessness that comes with a Tuesday and the urge to unwind on a weekday night merged together to form quite a relaxed, but upbeat audience. To a crowd that’s there to see Gus Dapperton, the potential of a full venue wasn’t quite reached with the opening band, Spencer., but fans of Dapperton quickly realized why it was a good decision to come to the show early. Read more about Shenu’s experience in Gus Dapperton’s live concert!

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art, educate, identity, lifestyle

Meet the Radical Decolonial Feminist Punk Collective, Xingonas in the Pit!

Meet the radical brown womxn behind Xingonas in the Pit! Xingonas in the Pit is a D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) decolonial feminist punk collective aimed at creating a network of safe radical music/art spaces in San Antonio. Their mission is to build safe spaces for marginalized artists to reclaim their identities, their art, and their collective liberation.

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lifestyle, opinion

Shenu Talks: A Vividly Vibrant Day at Voodoo Festival

With around 100,000 attendees every year, Voodoo Music and Arts Experience in New Orleans boasts a medley of high-profile music artist performances, attractions, art installations, and cuisine. Read Shenu’s experience watching your favorite bands like, Magic City Hippies, Still Woozy, Moon Taxi, and Guns ‘n’ Roses live!

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lifestyle

Shenu Talks: Glove and BRONCHO at Gasa Gasa

Shenu Talks is a new monthly column on Sorjo, by yours truly, Shenu Kathymoon! She will be writing about what she’s really passionate about—music. She will be talking about album releases, concerts and interviews with your favorite artists!

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lifestyle

How Mitski’s ‘Be the Cowboy’ Helped Me Realize It’s Okay to Cry

One of the hardest things in life to learn is that it’s okay to cry. At least for me, crying (especially in front of people) is one of the most difficult things to do. What can I say, I bottle things up. I let all of my feelings take up so much space in my mind there isn’t room for much else.

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