Artist Spotlight: Moose Blood

By Caroline Meister Typically, when people go through a breakup, they head right for Taylor Swift. Or, if they’re more on the punk side, they go running to Mayday Parade. That’s all fine and dandy, but what about Moose Blood? Never heard of them? Fear not! After reading this article, you will know probably too much about them. Moose Blood is a pop-punk band that … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Moose Blood

Review: Halsey’s “Now Or Never” Single

By Caroline Meister When I say “Halsey,” what do you think of? Is it the smash hit “Closer” that is still playing on the radio almost a year after its release? If you answered yes to that question, you’ll probably love her new single, “Now or Never,” as it is very reminiscent of that pop hit. Unlike her debut album, Badlands, “Now or Never” is … Continue reading Review: Halsey’s “Now Or Never” Single

List: Top 5 Songs from Disney Channel Original Movies

By Madyson McGill I grew up on Disney Channel’s Original movies. That means I grew up on all the original music. I had the soundtracks to most of these films in my CD player. So of course it felt right to dig up all the nostalgia and make a top five list. Honestly, I didn’t realize how hard it would be to narrow down. However, … Continue reading List: Top 5 Songs from Disney Channel Original Movies

Review: Kodak Black’s ‘Painting Pictures’

By Braxton Randolph Hailing from Pampano Beach, FL, Kodak Black is basically a 2017 Hot Boy. If you don’t know, the Hot Boy$ were a group back in the late 90’s and early 2000’s that consisted of Cash Money artists Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G., and Turk. They were known for their storytelling ability and gritty lyrics about street life and all that came with it, … Continue reading Review: Kodak Black’s ‘Painting Pictures’

Review: ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (2017)

By Andrew Haas Hollywood has tried many times to take Japanese manga/anime and bring it to live action American cinema, often to dismal results. Whether they be the mind-numbing Speed Racer or the insulting Dragonball: Evolution, these studio adaptations of overseas properties have been treated like cash grabs while failing to understand why they’re beloved by fans. So there’s a lot of pressure surrounding their latest … Continue reading Review: ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (2017)