I was introduced to Slowdive by a close friend on a road trip more than two years ago. Zigzagging through the dry hills of southern California in May, I was intrigued by the group’s mellow psychedelia. My occasional listening and modest fanhood provided a gateway into the shoegaze genre, but my expectations for their live act were inadequate. Witnessing their profound showcase served to reinforce the value of seeing live music.
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Last year, “Stranger Things” was the unexpected frontrunner of the entire TV industry. Relying mostly on word-of-mouth and Netflix’s algorithm, it catapulted into fame without much of a marketing push, which is a true testament to just how good it was.
When Mario was first introduced as Jumpman in 1981’s “Donkey Kong,” video games were in a much different landscape.
“Words and pictures are yin and yang. Married, they produce a progeny more interesting than either parent.” ― Dr. SeussThe signs call out from under forgotten awnings or run-down strip malls.
For the moment, we see some connection between the beat and body. How easily it becomes repetitive to know where music will transition for quick appraisal.
Be sure to check out these upcoming theatrical performances coming to various theaters throughout Madison.
Last week I finally declared an English major. After two years of being undecided and testing out different degrees, I chose one that today many regard as useless.
Halloween recommendations from the Arts staff.
Another year in music comes to a close, and so the nominations for “Music’s Biggest Night” are due to be released on Nov.
Cults, a two-piece duo made up of film school dropouts Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion, definitely have a cult following, as made obvious by Wednesday’s concert at High Noon Saloon.
Excited crowds thronged the elegant, glassy lobby of the Overture Center before David Sedaris, well known humorist, author and comedian, graced the stage with his two hour solo performance on Wednesday.
Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis effused flower power on center stage Tuesday night. She wore a floral print top, a skirt and a flower pin in her hair, distancing her look from the dreary Madison weather.
“Broad City” has done some really revolutionary things since its premiere in 2014. They’ve represented female sexuality in a bold and unapologetic way — they show vibrators on screen in a really normalizing way, rather than for shock value.
Trap music begins between zones and moves cross-country. After releasing two solo projects earlier this year, Future and Young Thug finally comes together on one project like a team line-up and brings the music industry back down south.
Olga Kern, Madison Symphony Orchestra perform the works of Barber, Rachmaninoff, Ravel at the Overture Center
Piano Concerto always makes a scene. The orchestra and the pianist both give all of what they have to each other in the arena — they cooperate, speak and challenge each other.
It’s been almost four years since Annie Clark, better known by her stage name St. Vincent, released her self-titled album. A critical darling, St. Vincent propelled her into national prominence; numerous publications listed it as one of the best albums of the year and gave St. Vincent highest sales figures yet. With her fifth studio album, MASSEDUCTION, St. Vincent takes another bold step into her electropop psyche.
The Children’s Theater of Madison kicked off its season with the adorably entertaining “Madagascar – A Musical Adventure,” based on DreamWorks animated motion picture.
The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die took the flannel-clad audience at High Noon Saloon for a nonlinear journey through sounds from the last 20 years.
Last week, the CW’s fall favorites returned and reminded us all why they’re at the top of their game.
The release of “Middle-earth: Shadow of War,” a follow-up to 2014’s “Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor,” shows, more than anything else in recent memory, how most game sequels are made.