Ever been to SXSW? Want to go in the future? TOP author Morgan Schlesinger recounts his SXSW experience with vivid detail and analysis in this final installment of a three-part series!
Ever been to SXSW? Want to go in the future? TOP author Morgan Schlesinger recounts his SXSW experience with vivid detail and analysis in this second of a three-part series.
Ever been to SXSW? Want to go in the future? TOP author Morgan Schlesinger recounts his SXSW experience with vivid detail and analysis in this first of a three-part series.
What exactly are SOPA and PIPA? SMU Sophomore Kelley Corgan simplifies the issue and talks about the future of the United States’ stance on Internet piracy.
Going to be in Dallas over the holiday break? Then why not spend your New Year’s Eve at Light’s All Night, a 2 night Dance Festival in the heart of Downtown Dallas? SMU Junior Andrew Mcconnell gives you the rundown on the event and highlights acts you definitely don’t want to miss!
If you’re a fan of the RPG genre or simply have a passing interest, you will be enthralled by Skyrim. Just make sure you set some time aside before you embark on your adventure. It will be just as long as it will be memorable.
Although she remains somewhat less well known in the United States, Florence has been slowly building momentum in North America that has lead up to the release of her newest album Ceremonials, which will be available November 1. With her striking looks and an eccentric personality, one is lead to see Florence as an indie Lady Gaga.
After a decade of activity and six studio albums, The Black Keys have finally achieved the mainstream popularity and regular radio airplay on alternative rock stations that they rightfully deserve. Their sixth album, Brothers, released in May of 2010, was the tipping point in the band’s career and rewarded them with widespread critical and popular [...]
Perpetual Groove really rose above and beyond my expectations for a Sunday night show. The electronic jam outfit formed together years ago at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and put itself on the map with stellar live performances backed by a very solid sophomore release “Sweet Oblivious Antidote”. Critics and fans often [...]
*WARNING: May Contain Spoilers* Recently, the nation has been treated to a rather massive influx of movies starring Ryan Gosling. This surge of Gosling movies started with the release of a couple of movies in 2010, but exploded this summer with the release of Crazy, Stupid, Love and most recently The Ides Of March. Although [...]
So I was perusing one of my favorite opinion article websites, grantland.com, when I stumbled upon an article discussing Feist and her new album, Metals. This album follows Feist’s most successful release, The Reminder, featuring her hit song “1234” which is likely most associated with the Apple iPod commercial in which it was run or [...]