Lizzie Hay

Warhol gets his 15 minutes

An A-line dress printed with the iconic Campbell’s soup cans. An oil portrait of George Washington. A photograph of children’s character Howdy Doody. These are just a few of the items shown in “Warhol,” a new exhibit in the Luther W. Brady Gallery that highlights pop art legend Andy Warhol. “A lot of people know […]

Quicktakes: Hatchet Arts looks at the latest in indie pop

Exit Clov “Memento Mori” Exit Clov’s debut album is preceded by several EPs – 2006’s “Jolly Roget Sessions” in particular has garnered them much acclaim in the indie world, landing them spots on major festival tours such as SXSW and the All Good Music Festival. The five-piece band fronted by the Hsu twins, Emily and […]

Ghost Light shines at the Black Cat

Despite the small turnout at the Black Cat Sunday night, post-rock group Ghost Light’s performance was as heartfelt as if the group was playing for a crowd of thousands. Ghost Light is not a conventional band by any means. The group’s repertoire consists largely of experimentation with “natural noises,” and there is no drummer. Most […]