The first episode of the fifth season of “VICE” on HBO kicks off with an hour-long in-depth analysis of regime-ruled Syria and the economic impacts at stake from decades of climate denial.
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A few days ago, it was nearly 70 degrees outside here in Madison. Students were back on Bascom Hill taking in the sun instead of going to class.
Within two weeks of his self-titled fifth studio album, FUTURE, the Atlanta rapper returns with HNDRXX, his sixth studio album with a lot of emotions to spill.
Despite being one of the most talented and influential musicians to emerge in recent years, Thundercat has flown under the radar of the general public for most of his career.
Like the terms and services agreement on the iTunes Store, a disclaimer: I’ve been reporting on the Minnesota-based indie pop band Hippo Campus for over a year-and-a-half.
Surprise! In a shocking victory elevated by the biggest gaffe in Oscars history, “Moonlight,” an intimate film about a black man coming to terms with his identity and sexuality, bested the heavily favored Hollywood musical “La La Land.” The win is a triumph for indie films and diverse representation on screen.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve already disengaged from Trump’s news cycle. Fried by the dreary doublethink, the anxiety provoking ineptitude, the sense that something is fundamentally ajar that none of us are qualified to fix, I’ve made the conscious decision to step back. When confronted with a TV set, instead of tuning in to Colbert I reflexively watch sitcoms, ESPN, even Monday Night Raw. Anything else.
The Head and the Heart returned to Madison this week to perform at the Orpheum for two nights. On Tuesday, I watched as both the balcony seating and general admission enjoyed a continuous influx of people all waiting in anticipation to see the indie band take to the stage.
The third production of the 2016-2017 University Theatre season, “Twelfth Night,” opens on Friday and will be running in the Hemsley Theatre live for only three weekends.
Oh great, another Marvel production. With Captain America and friends being thrown in our face almost twice daily, superheroes can feel like a tired topic.
Quaan Logan, a sophomore at UW-Madison, kicked off Live from the Nest for the 2017 Spring semester with a performance that combined raw, personal lyrics and homemade, ethereal beats.Originally from New Orleans, Logan first made music back in his sophomore year of high school.
CRUISR put on an energetic show to a packed crowd on Friday at The Frequency.
While some spent last Christmas Eve sipping hot cider and buying Santa a Best Buy giftcard, others found themselves enjoying the best gift of all—an early album drop from iconic rap duo Run The Jewels.Fast-forward two very patient months.With a cult following and decades of experience in the industry, Killer Mike and EI-P, the masterminds behind Run The Jewels, shook the Orpheum to its core last night.
The past weekend has definitely been an art-filled extravaganza for the city of Madison. Between NoName at the Orpheum, the start of the FoodFight Foodie Week and many other events in the area both large and small, there was ample entertainment for all the Madison communities. Among them included the annual dance department faculty concert titled “Neither East Nor West,” held in the Doubler performance space of Lathrop Hall. Dance department students performed works choreographed by some of the university’s most renowned professors, and the audiences were, without a doubt, impressed.
In a world where a nine-year-old’s birthday party cost rivals one year of tuition at an Ivy League institution, there is no such thing as micro-aggression.
If you told me a week ago I’d be seeing Waka Flocka in Florence I probably wouldn’t have believed you, but crazier things have happened.
There are a lot of reasons to enjoy “The Lego Batman Movie”: the frenetic pace of the humor, Batman’s goofy overconfidence, the immaculate casting of Michael Cera as Robin.
When Michael Penn II was nine years old, he had his first sip of alcohol. Mistaking his father’s glass of Hennessy in the fridge for a glass of Coke, the young Penn confidently took a sip of the dark beverage.
Amidst the annual Super Bowl buzz, audiences were gifted with the first look at the return of Netflix’s hit sci-fi series, “Stranger Things.” Although the trailer for the second season lasted only 30 seconds, it was packed with a myriad of clues for eager fans to pick apart in anticipation of the official release on Halloween.For starters, the trailer begins with a vintage “Eggo” commercial, immediately drawing fans in with Eleven’s beloved trademark food.
The way the painted arches flowed into the midnight blue ceiling scattered with twinkling lights, coupled with the scaffolding’s tight embrace of the stage made Dawes’ performance at the Barrymore Theatre on Monday night feel like a night straight out of an indie film.As the venue slowly filled up, it became abundantly clear to me how devoted and appreciative Dawes’ fans are.