A Look at Female Heroism (and Lack Thereof) in the Music of the Lumineers

by Maya Khesin I fell in love with the Lumineers’ music last summer, and this love and admiration only intensified when I was lucky enough to be able to go to their concert just a few weeks before the new strain of the coronavirus closed schools and businesses and certainly excluded the possibility of live… Continue reading A Look at Female Heroism (and Lack Thereof) in the Music of the Lumineers

Resources for Supporting BIPOC Artists and Dismantling Systemic Racism

We at The Bucket encourage everybody to educate themselves on systemic racism in the U.S. and beyond, as well as antiracist strategies and ways to support BIPOC artists and creators. Though there are a wealth of these resources available online, we have compiled a brief list of resources dealing specifically with supporting BIPOC content creators.… Continue reading Resources for Supporting BIPOC Artists and Dismantling Systemic Racism

Featured post

Published
Categorized as Interviews

The Bucket: About Us

In response to widespread summer plan cancellations and general ennui during the COVID-19 pandemic, several KRLX Board members started to plan a collaborative, remote project that would give Carls something low-pressure and self-designed to do over the summer (especially after all the stress of online classes) and create content for KRLX and foster a friendly,… Continue reading The Bucket: About Us

Lesbian Love Anthems of The Carter Family (Or at Least Feminist Jams from the 1930s)

When most people think of the Carter Family they usually think of June Carter Cash, and if they are particularly savvy they recall that they first popularized many songs that Woody Guthrie would go on to rewrite—‘When the World’s on Fire’ became ‘This Land is Your Land’ and ‘Jesse James’ became ‘Jesus Christ’. While these… Continue reading Lesbian Love Anthems of The Carter Family (Or at Least Feminist Jams from the 1930s)

Published
Categorized as Music

Deerhunter YouTube Rarities

Deerhunter has been making music, in one form or another, for the last 13 years. Accordingly, their ascension to the top of the indie rock sphere encompasess the entirety of the web 2.0 revolution of the ’00s, meaning that a lot of strange Deerhunter music and video is out there on the internet, but is… Continue reading Deerhunter YouTube Rarities

Published
Categorized as Music