Every month, our editors contribute to a Spotify playlist where they each put in their five favorite songs of the month. Read about our favorite picks from the playlist, and listen along with us by clicking the link or scanning the QR code.
“Dreamland,” Glass Animals’ third album released in Aug. 2020, finally got its chance to be performed live at the Express Live! House.
I watched James Wan’s 2021 film “Malignant” on a whim with no expectations.
“He’s All That” stars TikTok influencer Addison Rae. Her character, Padgett Sawyer, is a TikTok influencer herself who finds her boyfriend cheating on her with one of his pop-star backup dancers. The event is live streamed, and Padgett is informed by her boss, played by Kourtney Kardashian, that she has lost her sponsorship deal as an influencer because of the scandal.
“Shang-Chi” is the first new hero introduced in Phase Four of the MCU, as well as the first Asian lead in a Marvel movie. It follows Shang-Chi as he returns to China years after running away from his father who trained him to be an assassin.
"The box office is back: What to look forward to" is the 7th episode of The Miami Student's entertainment podcast, Pop Culture Convos This week on Pop Culture Convos our host David Kwiatkowski is joined by assistant entertainment editors, Sean Scott and Maggie Peña to discuss the movies coming to theaters this fall. From musicals to Marvel, they discuss casting, history and what they are excited about.
Little Simz, real name Simbiatu “Simbi” Abisola Abiola Ajikawo, had been a quiet but dominant force in rap and R&B even before her debut album, “A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons,” dropped in 2015 after four mixtapes and five EPs. She pays tribute to herself as the name of her latest album bears her initials (S.I.M.B.I).
Halsey released their fourth album, “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power” on Aug. 27, with no singles before the release. It was released alongside a film directed by Colin Tilley, who has directed music videos for artists such as Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and Britney Spears.
It made sense that when we first went Uptown two weeks ago after arriving in Oxford early for band camp, my friends’ faces fell after spotting the new marquee at Brick. It listed a somewhat-familiar, somewhat-new lineup: Karaoke Night on Mondays, Country Night on Wednesdays … and, instead of the beloved ’90s Night, “TikTok Tuesdays.”
Watching David Lowery’s “The Green Knight,” it’s hard to believe it’s based on the 14th-century tale. While I don’t watch that many movies, it has to be one of the most unusually clever and artistically adventurous films I’ve seen in ages.
Never again do I want to watch someone’s head go through a meat grinder.
"2021 Oscar review" is the 7th episode of The Miami Student's entertainment podcast, Pop Culture Convos This week on Pop Culture Convos our host David Kwiatkowski is joined by our two multimedia editors, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Pena to discuss the 2021 Oscars : what was good, what was bad and everything in between.
Almost 25 years since “F# A# Infinity,” post-rock drone collective Godspeed You! Black Emperor is a meditative experience – a mix of noise, guitar, and vocals twists around, formulating a deceptively precise and metered adaptation of rock's inconsistent sounds.
At 75 years old, Parton’s already accomplished more than most people hope to in their lifetime - but she isn’t done yet. Here are a few other things that Parton’s accomplished that are not only impressive, but have shown her love for making the world a better place: