In a dizzying and intense performance, Portugal. The Man rocked the sold-out Overture Center Sunday night.
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Portugal. The Man brought some of their new spirited vitality and buzz to the Overture Center.
Pick a weapon you feel comfortable with, try to ignore how bland the characters and their struggles are and start doing missions out in the field. You’ll quickly discover what “World” really is: the most enjoyable hunting simulator on the market.
This past Sunday was a big day for television. Sure, it was also a big day for football and remaining Justin Timberlake fans, but the biggest event of them all came after the Super Bowl craziness.
In the past, Justin Timberlake refused to make music with anything less than 100 percent. For Justified, he delved deep into traditional instrumentation and a capella-esque backing tracks.
This past Sunday, Showtime’s long-winded favorite “Shameless” tied up their eighth season, and longtime fans can rejoice because the show has already been picked up for a ninth.
With a rainbow grill and shoulder-length hair of similar colors, he’s an easy face to recognize. A large number of tattoos also cover his face, hands and chest, with many of those tattoos being the number 69. It’s his music, however, that really makes him unforgettable.
Daniel Goldstein — better known by his stage name, Lane 8 — has delivered a hallmark of infectious beats and entrancing harmonies with the neatly packaged album, Little by Little.
The humble honeybee has long lifted a heavy symbolic load. In the Bible, they conjure the specter of an enemy: “They compassed me about like bees ... but the Lord helped me.” In Tibet, monks have long considered their arrival a sign of good luck.
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards — the self-proclaimed biggest night in music — aired on Sunday. This year, following what is now tradition for the incredibly out-of-touch award show, The Recording Academy and all those who vote for the nominees snubbed some of the most deserving and relevant candidates for several of their coveted awards.
Deck Nine’s recently concluded “Life is Strange: Before the Storm” is one of those rare prequels that manages to surpass the original in every aspect.
With a runtime of around one hour, the mixtape is an energized, yet eerily peaceful slew of soulful melodies and meaningful rap.
On Jan. 28, the Grammy Awards will celebrate its 60th annual presentation of what they call “Music’s Biggest Night.” This year’s batch of nominees saw a surprising and welcome surge in hip-hop and R&B artists in major categories, but only time will tell which musicians will walk away with awards.
We all have that one relative: the scruffy-looking type who keeps to themselves at family gatherings and clearly doesn’t want to be there.
Emekwanem Biosah, a Houston rapper dubbed Maxo Kream, showcases a life of brutish violence, dark deeds and unapologetic ruthlessness over the course of a roughly 40-minute-long album that sets the tone for future projects.
There’s no one who loves a good murder mystery more than I do. Okay, there probably is, but I’d just like to say that I really love murder mysteries.
Dec. 15 marked several major releases as finals week started in Madison. Eminem and N.E.R.D. released their first albums in four and seven years, respectively, and BROCKHAMPTON closed their SATURATION trilogy with SATURATION III, their third album in six months.
The 75th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night was the first major awards ceremony to be held since the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment accusations were revealed.
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