Pixar is back again with another tearjerker. This time, it pulls at the heartstrings of once-adolescent girls and bothers those that love to ignore basic biology.
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Broadway lovers and Madisonians alike had the chance to catch “Hairspray” at the Overture Center for the Arts from Feb. 22-27.
TV Girl dazzled Milwaukee with back-to-back sold-out shows at the Colectivo Coffee on Oct. 23 and 24th and they took to twitter to set the scene.
There is a lot of anxiety amid the return to live shows.
Following the release of her fifth studio album Saint Cloud in March of 2020, Katie Crutchfield aka Waxahatchee is set to perform this Friday at The Sylvee. An album decorated with nature motifs, a chilling sense of calmness and an ode to the ones she loves, Saint Cloud is a bluesy album that is perfect for the changing of the seasons.
In the city of Madison, the arts community is alive and well. From venues like the Sylvee and the Overture Center for the Arts to more community based spaces like the Arts + Literature Laboratory and Communication, local artists have a variety of places to creatively express themselves.
This past Sunday, some of the biggest names in music gathered together in Los Angeles to watch, win and/or lose at the 63rd Grammy Awards.
There’s real excitement in movies with a female lead. Very honestly, I’m more drawn to things that show women doing cool stuff than I am to watching male characters talk over each other for two hours. If I wanted to witness that, I would just leave my apartment.
On Feb. 1, Evan Rachel Wood came out publicly, stating that she had been in an abusive relationship with Brian Warner, known to most as Marilyn Manson, a “goth-shock” icon in the expansive genre of punk-rock.
Arlo Parks, born Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho, is a 20-year-old British singer-songwriter whose debut record, Collapsed in Sunbeams just dropped last Friday.
Ariana Grande and her music never oversell.
Shawn Mendes has had an interesting career.
Jack Antonoff and his band Bleachers have teamed up with the Boss himself on new track, “chinatown.” Dropped this past Monday, ‘chinatown’ comes out alongside another new Bleachers track, "45."
Every artist has an origin story. Whether they choose to talk about it is up to them. But beyond every voice, there’s a reason, a place, a point of conception that would change their life and launch their career.
Music lovers love a good Friday. Why? Once the clock hits midnight every Friday night, new music is sure to flood your music library on your platform of choice. All week long, you can follow along as anticipation builds for an anticipated album, EP or even a single. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
Two years ago, I couldn’t care less about social distancing. I was standing alongside hundreds of very sweaty people and if the occasional “Sorry! I didn’t see you there” happened, no death glares were given. (I miss you @TheSylvee)
As musicians grapple with the past few months that proved to be a pause on their regular scheduled programming, the silence has given them a chance to redefine what it means to interact, or in this case, perform live. Gathering in a sweaty music venue and watching someone perform live is a hard thing to imagine right now. With numbers across the country still going up as thousands of students return to college campuses, a slight return to normalcy serves as a dream. Local music venues are struggling to hold on as their main sources of income are at a halt. Patrons are encouraged to donate and support them in whatever way they can.
We’re currently experiencing massive delays on just about every kind of America’s favorite pastimes. Whether it be sports, broadway shows, festivals or just the delicacy of hanging out with family and friends, things are on a halt all across the board.
It’s hard to be critical of the company that gave us some of our most beloved franchises. “Toy Story,” “The Incredibles,” “Finding Nemo,” are only a few of the many classics to come from Pixar.
New music Friday seems to be hitting differently during a period of quarantine.