EPs deserve a lot of love too.
Confused as to why everyone on your social media has been going insane over what looks like stock photos of an accountants’ convention? They're onto something. Trust me.
Three hundred and sixty-five albums later, I’ve met a few new favorites.
2021 is over, but the Recess staff is still thinking about these films, series, exhibitions and albums that defined our year.
There is a certain type of magic in the air during the holiday season that makes the unbelievable seem more reasonable — such as the laughably unrealistic plots to Hudgens’ Christmas movies. During Christmas time, it somehow all makes sense — once you understand it is best not to ask any questions at all.
Twenty years after its initial release, the magical scenes and captivating story in Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” still hold their allure, both for today's children and all of us who were once children.
Since its founding, Duke’s student-run record label has given student-artists an opportunity to explore and develop their musical passions while balancing their academics.
After so much pomp and circumstance surrounding the longer “All Too Well,” you would think that there’s no way it could live up to its hype. You’d be wrong, though — the new version blows the shorter, more primitive “All Too Well” out of the water. How does a song twice the length manage to do that?
As soon as I started my trek to the Durham Farmers’ Market through the fall foliage with my many tote bags in hand, my main character morning had started.
"An Evening With Silk Sonic” sends R&B’s new favorite super-duo into the stratosphere as Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak deliver their wondrous debut as Silk Sonic.
If you have already finished Season 3 of You and are looking for another character as manic, obsessive and morally questionable as Joe Goldberg, then “The Beta Test” should be next on your watch later list.
Whether you love the album or you can’t stand it, it’s unique to JPEGMafia.
“TWOPOINTFIVE” is an explosion of color — the cover art depicts Aminé’s head, warped and distorted, bursting into a splatter of neon colors. The project shows Aminé having fun and refusing to be boxed in creatively.
With their newest podcast episode, “Combating Climate Misinformation: Say It With Science”, the Duke students at the helm of nonprofit Operation Climate have teamed up with the United Nations to tackle the abundance of misinformation surrounding climate change.