Amazon Prime recently released the freshman season of “Good Girls Revolt,” a series that tracks a group of women in 1969 who decide to take legal action against a magazine after learning that the gender discrimination taking place in their newsroom is illegal, according to the Civil Rights Act.
Some viewers watch a film and see familiar actors move about the screen. A few might study the technical aspects of the production.
Hamilton Mixtape masterfully compiles pop, rap and R&B artists in recreation of popular musical soundtrackBy Ellie Herman | Dec. 5, 2016
Among a stack of “Now That’s What I Call Music!” CD cases, a forgotten copy of Missy Elliot’s Under Construction and a memorable homemade mixtape from your angsty middle school days, there could be a perfect home for the newly-released Hamilton Mixtape. The 23-song mixtape reimagines the music from “Hamilton: An American Musical” through covers, remixes and brand new songs from artists like Usher to “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon.
With a style that screams hip-hop, but a sound more fitting for a coffee shop, Kevin Abstract makes himself out to be anything but your typical artist.
Fans lined up outside the Orpheum anticipating performances from R&B singer and Chicago native Jeremih and Canadian rapper/singer Partynextdoor.
Thanksgiving is a time to be with family and eat... a lot. With those values in mind, there is no better time for the premiere of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life,” a Netflix limited-series continuation of the beloved series almost 10 years after it ended.
Transgender Awareness Week concluded last Saturday however, in the wake of a shifting societal climate and a new presidency, it is essential now more than ever to expand transgender awareness beyond this weekly designation.
The week after election, I and many others were left with heavy hopelessness and doubt in a country that is supposed to embody equality for all, but inevitably fails to because of its initial seclusion of indigenous people, people of color, women, etc.
The wizarding world of Harry Potter is, as its name suggests, one of the most fantastical works of fiction.
Students of the art Department’s Masters of Fine Arts program opened their studios in the Art Lofts to the public Monday evening. The annual Open Studios event provides an opportunity for students and community members to observe the workspaces of UW Madison’s graduate student artists.
Fundamentally Sound, a male a cappella group on campus, will perform in the “Great A Cappella Show” at the Overture Center on Nov.19 with two other decorated groups from around the nation. Fundamentally Sound, known on campus for their tan suspenders and energetic stage presence, have invited two other groups to Madison to engage in a collaborative performance. The Nor’easters, a co-ed group from Boston’s Northeastern University, and Voices in Your Head from University of Chicago will take the stage with Fundamentally Sound. All groups have excelled in the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella, and have been recognized nationally for their sound. “We’re thrilled to introduce Madison to some of the most acclaimed groups in the nation,” said Fundamentally Sound president Mike Fuller.
Shade Trees, the latest project by 18-year-old Madison rapper Trapo, could possibly be the project that puts Madison on the map in the world of hip-hop. After releasing his EP She earlier this year, Trapo garnered the attention of various music blogs across the country, giving the young rapper a larger national fan base.
Although it was a Sunday, The Orpheum was as lively as ever Sunday night with indie rock group Band of Horses performing at the set.