Sarra Sedghi - Contributor

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Sarra Sedghi saw Elton John when she was eight and thinks it’s a big deal. Sarra is a Magazine Journalism and English double major at the University of Georgia, where she also writes for the school’s branch of the Black Sheep and wants to start a literary magazine for people who read in the bathroom.  She plays piano, but kind of sucks. Whenever she drives home to Macon, she alternates between trying to sing like Stevie Nicks, Leslie Feist, and Jenny Lewis. If you are interested in being in a Beach Boys/No Doubt cover band called “The Bitch Boys” with her, please let her know. In the future, Sarra wants to go everywhere and eat tons of food, and, above all be happy. Sarra also contributes to UGAzine as a food columnist.

Sarra Sedghi's Latest Contributions

Hussey – “Ground Me”

“…Ground Me enables listeners to look past All Get Out and view Hussey as a separate entity worthy of its own fan base.” – Sarah Sedghi

sunDollars – ‘sunDollars EP’

“sunDollars’ debut EP asserts that the Macon-based band is ready to go beyond the Peach State lines and share their gifts with all those who’ll listen.”

Show Preview: Say Anything w/ Murder By Death + Guests at 40 Watt – 10/24

Say Anything will be at the 40 Watt on 10/24 with Murder By Death, The Sidekicks, and Tallhart. Get your tickets now and check out Sarra’s preview for the show.

Ben Folds Five – ‘The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind’

Sarra Sedghi weighs in on the latest release from recently reunited Ben Folds Five, ‘The Sound of the Life of the Mind’.

Elevation’s “Hell or High Water”

“It’s hard for a band backed by so much emotion and dedication to music to go by unnoticed.” – Sarra Sedghi

The Antivillains’ “So Much For Romance”

Brooklyn group The Antivillains craft a unique mixture of indie-pop and old time jazz – Sarra Sedghi

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Q&A with Surfer Blood

Check out Sarra’s interview with popular indie band, Surfer Blood!

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Staff Column: For Music’s Sake

For “The Column” series debut, Sarra Sedghi questions retaliation against a musical artist. Read more after the jump!

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White Arrows’ Self-Titled EP

As we move into 2011, we’re wrapping up with a few squeeze-in’s from 2010.