By Gustavo Buenrostro Seven years after their last full-length album, The Strokes released two new singles from their upcoming album “The New Abnormal.” The first of the singles titled “At the Door” was released to the public on February 11, debuting at Bernie Sanders’ New Hampshire political rally the day before. The song has a very somber tone with a heavy use of synths as the lead sound in the…
Juliett Maria Villegas Sonic the Hedgehog boomed into theaters on Valentine’s Day 2020 and it surely captured America’s heart fast. This action packed, comedy-adventure film is about an extraterrestial hedgehog named Sonic seeking asylum from a rival tribe on his home world. After ignoring his caretaker’s request to hide his supersonic speed and thus being exposed to danger, Sonic travels to earth with only a bag of teleportation rings, forcing…
Rian Johnson is somehow able subvert expectations while still paying homage to whodunit films in the humourous “Knives Out.”
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“Last Christmas” is a good movie that brings unique ideas to the romantic-comedy genre, but it doesn’t justify paying to see it in theaters. Viewers should wait to stream it with family during the next holiday season instead.
Supergroup Perfection dive into the funky side of the Los Angeles music scene with its two new EPs, “Nest Sessions” and “Clean Greed.”
Season three of Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince” is a roaring adventure that rivals the deep story and exciting action set pieces of any other fantasy genre fare.
Imagine a world where people explain what they are doing, trying to say or thinking– this is Nathan W. Pyle’s “Strange Planet.”
Cutting through the cold, the East Los Angeles College Music Department showcased new student talent during its Student Piano Recital and Winter Choir Concert Monday.
Amazon Prime Video made a wise decision greenlighting season two of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” before season one aired, because season two is explosive.