Although she releases music under the name U.S. Girls, Meghan Remy is something of an outsider to her native country.
Titus Andronicus are no stranger to ambition. After their 2010 release “The Monitor,” a stunning concept album that used the Civil War as a lens for personal growth, and their 2017 rock opera “The Most Lamentable Tragedy,” it’s difficult to imagine a more hefty offering.
It’s that time of the year again: dark circles under the eyes, pale lips, risks of caffeine overdose, packed libraries, take-out boxes on every desk and — for some — even sleeping in Perkins.
Valentine’s Day at Duke University is like viewing a typical Wednesday through rose-colored glasses.
Unlike the superhero fluff we’ve come to expect, “Black Panther” has ascended to a level of cultural phenomenon unmatched by its predecessors.
I hope you got the letter about “Bright” I sent last month, but after watching “The Cloverfield Paradox,” I’m not quite sure you did.
The Wombats have grown, both in popularity and in musical style, since the release of their first album “A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation” 11 years ago.
A gloomy day in a moldering town is seen through the lens of a 4:3 aspect ratio, introducing us to the gaunt, borderline lethargic 30-something-year-old woman, Nancy (Andrea Riseborough).
In many ways, MGMT’s debut “Oracular Spectacular” kicked off a musical movement.
The senses are immediately overwhelmed as the camera pans across Delhi's bustling city streets.
Social media is perhaps the most pervasive technology in our world today, especially among college-aged people.
Six years after signing the Emancipation Proclamation in “Lincoln,” Daniel Day-Lewis is back for (possibly) the final role of his career as Reynolds Woodcock in “Phantom Thread.”
It might be difficult to imagine an artist with such fondness for the twee and absurd as Tune-Yards tackling pressing issues like race and white fragility on their latest album, but recent events have wrung politically-charged work from even the most neutral of artists.