Culture

‘The Underdoggs’ (2024) review: An underwhelming sports story

“The Underdoggs” was about as predictable as “The Mighty Ducks” or “Air Bud,” except without a unique twist — another…

Declan McKenna’s “What Happened to the Beach?” blends summery pop with social commentary

Imagine you are spending a warm summer day in LA,  the sun beaming down on your face, almost toxically green…

Revisiting Paramore’s self-titled album ten years later

Paramore released their self-titled album worldwide on April 9, 2013, and it immediately received praise. The song “Ain’t It Fun”…

The Strange Wonders of Quadeca’s “SCRAPYARD”

Benjamin Lasky, also known as Quadeca, has had one of the most interesting artistic trajectories I’ve ever seen. Many bands…

‘La La Land in Concert’: Not a waste of a lovely night

If the medium is the message, this remediation of the film with a live orchestra was the best possible love letter to live music.

Winterfest Weekend with Rachel Sennott and Ziwe: serving comedy and class

Good comedy is hard to find, and notoriously even harder to find at Winterfest Weekend. Yet Rachel Sennott, Ziwe, and…

The Last Dinner Party: old-school revivalism done right

The Last Dinner Party is an English rock band that has quickly ascended from obscurity to relative fame. After releasing…

Jay-Z’s mic-drop moment: The Grammys 2024

The 66th annual Grammy Awards took place Feb. 4 in the Crypto Arena in Los Angeles, and a lot went…

Going to Eastman symphony after a long day

After a long day of classes, reading, and writing, my friends and I decided to take advantage of the opportunities…

“She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She” by Chelsea Wolfe: gloomy atmospherics and gothic shadows – but not too inaccessible

Chelsea Wolfe is a name I was familiar with before listening to her newest album, “She Reaches Out To She…