Still Woozy's mix of electronic and acoustic elements in his cozy, cool music, makes his songs intimate and addictive.
by: Montero and Riccardo Damian, a Grammy Award winning engineer. All the instruments played in “Performer” were by Montero himself, Watson and Damian, with the help of a waitress from the studio cafe, who played violin, and an electric piano from Montero’s u — The State Press 15 Jun
"Performer" by Montero takes listeners on a cosmic, psychedelic voyage, through layered synth sounds, unpredictable song transitions and existential lyrics.
by: Edith Noriega | It's hard to imagine that ASU redshirt senior thrower Maggie Ewen almost picked another sport over track and field. This past weekend, Ewen became just the sixth female athlete in the history of the NCAA Outdoor Championships to win both t — The State Press 15 Jun
The story of Maggie Ewen before and after she made a name for herself at ASU.
by: Andrew Bell | In 100-degree temperatures and in the middle of a desert lied an oasis for women’s hockey over the weekend. This past Saturday and Sunday, the ASU women’s hockey team hosted its annual prospect camp to scout for up-and-coming prospective pla — The State Press 12 Jun
ASU women's hockey is looking forward to the future after hosting its annual prospect camp.
Ewen's memorable performance highlights ASU's weekend at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships - The State Press
by: Andrew Bell | Four women represented the ASU track and field team at the NCAA Outdoor Championships this weekend, and after four days in Eugene, OR, the Sun Devils will be coming home with some hardware. In the final performance of her collegiate career, — The State Press 11 Jun
Maggie Ewen took home two NCAA crowns to cap off her ASU career .
by: Parker Shea | Most of us have seen at least a couple episodes of "Westworld" by now. Pretty much everyone has at least heard of it or has a general idea of the show’s plot. If you’re anything like me, you were hardly surprised by the theme: robots birthe — The State Press 9 Jun
There are plenty of problems related to AI that need tackling right now, and sentient robots isn't one of them.
by: Jessica Myers | Waste, habitat destruction and light pollution – these are a few results of human actions that are negatively impacting other inhabitants — The State Press 8 Jun
ASU researchers say humans are causing cancer in animal populations, but it's not too late to make a change.
by: Parker Shea | 1 minute ago — The State Press 6 Jun
The American fashion icon was found unresponsive at her apartment Tuesday morning. Police say she took her own life.
by: Andi Blodgett | If you had an extra $6,000 lying around, what would you do with it? Would you buy a new car, travel the world or invest it? You probably wouldn’t immediately think to use every last dollar of it paying Barrett, the Honors College tuition. — The State Press 2 Jun
A $750 Barrett fee may render the experience not worthwhile for some ASU students.
by: Parker Shea | 43 minutes ago — The State Press 1 Jun
A federal report found that the system relied on the driver, who was distracted, to apply the brake.
by: Jessica Myers and MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch | 10 minutes ago — The State Press 1 Jun
ASU and LACMA are coming together to create a new fellowship program that offers hands-on art community experience for potential MA students from diverse backgrounds.
by: Andrew Bell | The ASU men’s golf team concluded its 2017-18 season — The State Press 29 May
The ASU men's golf team wrapped up its season at the NCAA Championships on Monday.