Music columnist Carl Zabat reviews the new album Fields by musician Dev Hynes, also known as Blood Orange.
Very few films that can make the audience laugh and then cry just 20 seconds later. Such is the beauty of New Zealand director Taika Waititi’s “JoJo Rabbit” — an absolute triumph of a film and quite possibly the best of 2019.
Set entirely on a tiny remote island off the coast of Maine in the 1890s, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe star in “The Lighthouse”, portraying two lighthouse keepers living in complete isolation amidst stark sea conditions.
Kenosha, Wisconsin’s own Alexander Kain — a rising hip-hop musician and entertainer — performed at this years Freakfest. He caught up with The Daily Cardinal’s Megan Girod and discussed his experience performing that night, as well as his current projects.
Music fans from near and far learned to dance in the rain at this year’s Freakfest. The annual Halloween-themed music festival in downtown Madison — this year, held on Saturday Oct. 26th — saw constant showers throughout the duration of the event.
Madison’s own comic book convention — Wizard World Comic Con — returned to the Alliant Energy Center this past weekend. Thousands from all over flocked to the three-day celebration of all things comic book, fantasy, anime and pop culture.
Season six of BoJack Horseman picks right where it left off, touching on past destruction before looking ahead.
Alex O’Connor —widely known as Rex Orange County— released his third studio album entitled Pony this past Friday, encouraging fans to recognize their own youth and remember it well.
Deborah Blum stopped by campus to offer food for thought about her novel, “Poison Squad.”
Tim Hennessy’s anthology “Milwaukee Noir” explores the darker side of Brew City in its fictionalized accounts of real-life issues.
Wrestler Kevin Nash will be at Wizard World Comic Con in Madison this weekend. Recently, he spoke with the Daily Cardinal about his prolific career, acting and life outside of the ring.
Big Thief took the stage for their second time in Madison this past Saturday at the Sylvee. Their new album Two Hands is their second to come out this year, following U.F.O.F., which dropped in early May.
London indie-pop trio stopped by Madison last Friday night, gifting the locals with old and new tunes.
Popular animated show “Big Mouth” returns for its third season with its usual uncomfortably hilarious plot, but struggles to find its footing.
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” takes a deep dive into Jesse Pinkman in the aftermath of the hit series but fails to set up anything new in this predictable epilogue.
Indie-rock singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus headlined a concert of powerful voices and evocative lyrics with opening acts, Sun June and Liza Anne, at the Majestic Theater Friday night.
Catfish and the Bottlemen grace MKE with their presence, proving they don’t mess around.