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Sounds: The CNY Music Scene

The Campus’ Worst-Kept Music Secret

The Scarier Dome delivers local and touring bands, homemade snacks, and an “all welcome” vibe that attracts a loyal and large crowd. This house full of music-loving dudes delivers student-music shows that range from garage rock to hip hop. But its homemade tacos and the "all welcome" vibe that keeps the crowds coming.

Soundgarden’s Vinyl Revival

This Armory Square record store has established itself as a haven for metal-heads and vinyl-nerds alike.

24 Hours at the Westcott

From hippies to ravers: two nights, two shows, two packed crowds filling the university neighborhood’s go-to, live-music venue.

A Night at SubCat Studios

At the monthly Sub Rosa sessions, music lovers experience an intimate venue with impeccable sound and no distractions.

How Syracuse Got the Blues

Born from field hollers, work songs, and gospel hymns, the blues began in the Mississippi Delta. But despite its geographic and cultural distance, Syracuse enjoys a historic and thriving blues music scene, too. Here’s why.

Syracuse University’s Most Famous Indie Pop Alumni

How one band stuck together through fame, tragedy, and house parties on Euclid Avenue.