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Black Marble album like waking up from a nightmare

Listening to Black Marble is like looking at black and white portrait drawings from the expressionists. Sometimes they’re nightmare-ish, but have a poignant feeling to them. Black Marble’s intoxicating sound…

U2 Revives the Joshua Tree with 2017 Tour

Growing up, I fell in love with U2 more and more every time I heard one of their songs on the radio. I remember one moment very clearly: I was…

Depeche Mode carries deep political message in new album

Ever since the 1980’s, Depeche Mode has been making amazing synthpop music that contain themes of religion, lust, and politics. Some of their most famous songs include “Enjoy the Silence,”…

Roosevelt debuts unforgettable first album

Listening to Roosevelt’s song “Heart” was an unforgettable moment. I was listening to my “Discover Weekly” playlist on Spotify and this catchy tune captivated me. I looked down and saw…

La la land hits all the right notes

Up until a few hours before I even saw the film I had heard very little about La La Land. Various news articles on my Facebook feed and Twitter timeline…

Seven best Christmas movies

7. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Directed by Tim Burton and nominated for an academy award, this film utilizes Burton’s classic stop motion animation style. The film tells the story…

Why you should start watching Supernatural

Every Supernatural fan knows the excitement and adrenaline that runs through their veins when they hear Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas. To avid watchers this song signifies a finale,…

The movie you didn’t know you wanted to see

October is wonderful month for Netflix fans, as the content-streaming company floods their library with endless amounts of scary movies. Most of the horror and suspense titles that are available…