The second half of season seven of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ premiered as a fast-paced action-filled episode in stark contrast to the first half of the season.
A Tribe Called Quest return with quite the bang. Rapping without pulling any punches, Quest tackles social stigma and crisis with sounds ripped from the heart of the nineties.
Despite some dull duds, the overall feel of ‘FLOTUS’ is a solid rock album from a widely-loved bands bent on uncovering new creative grounds of sound.
The Heightsmen, BC’s only all-male a cappella group, are often just as good as the artists they cover—if not better. Such was the case at last Friday’s Fall Invitational.
With tigers and sadists abound, the character of ‘The Walking Dead’ cannot seem to catch a break. As their ranks are splintered and their blood spilled, one thing is certain, this TV series is not going away anytime soon.
Welcoming Fairfield’s Bensonians and BC’s Dynamics, The Acoustics Halloween showcase is one to be remembered, fusing fear and song into a night of fright and fun.
A few powerful images in Green Day’s latest music video for “Say Goodbye” help reinforce ideas of pain and loss in the lyrics.
Pumpkins Spice Laughter works as a great display of the many talents of CCE, as well as their ability to garner the most laughs out of a wide variety of concepts and scenarios.
The ‘Poems of Possession’ was a stunningly beautiful display of the Gaelic language’s ability to convey sentiments in ways others cannot through speech of poised poets.
With the fires of creativity seemingly dimming on ‘Revolution Radio,’ Green Day finds itself at a crucial moment. It must find a way to conform against its better judgement, or fade away completely.