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Review: Goulding’s feverish pace fades in ‘Delirium’

By | Nov 9, 2015

If every track on Ellie Goulding’s latest release “Delirium” was as atmospheric, groovy or energetic as the album’s first five minutes, it would have been great. But…

Review: Mediocre raps haven’t changed a lot

By | Nov 4, 2015

“I Changed A Lot” sees Khaled employing a plethora of guests to create an album that is solid stylistically but severely lacking lyrical complexity.

Review: Angsty lyrics ‘wipe out’ band’s mellow sounds

By | Nov 4, 2015

“Wiped Out!” has an indistinct, breezy style underpinned by the band’s characteristic angst and deviating from the grittier feel of the rest of its discography.

Review: Drama gives facts with little substance

By | Nov 3, 2015

As easily forgettable as it is moving, “Truth” provides viewers with a surface-level account of a controversy that forever changed the world of professional journalism.

Review: Drama creates bridge between history and inspiration

By | Oct 28, 2015

While it may come across as another serious historical drama at first glance, “Bridge of Spies” is both a film that waxes poetic on the ideals America was founded upon and an absorbing tale for anyone who dares to speak out against society’s wrongdoings.

Review: Crime thriller presents twisted tale

By | Oct 28, 2015

Disturbing and hard-hitting, “Sicario” proves to be just as masterful as any dramatic film.

Review: Retelling of iconic event ropes in viewers

By | Oct 27, 2015

“The Walk” portrays the iconic event of Phillipe Petit’s tightrope walk across the towers of the World Trade Center well and takes viewers on an exciting ride.

Review: Music sees maturity with new Vanessa Carlton album

By | Oct 26, 2015

“Liberman” highlights Carlton’s progression as a singer-songwriter: no longer conventional, no longer dismal.

Review: Boyband sees success with feel-good tunes

By | Oct 26, 2015

5 Seconds of Summer has truly experimented more with its sound and vocals on “Sounds Good Feels Good,” and the album does not disappoint.

Review: New a cappella album impresses

By | Oct 20, 2015

Full of soulful sounds, Pentatonix has created a catchy and feel-good album.

Review: “He Named Me Malala” shows activist’s heroism

By | Oct 20, 2015

“He Named Me Malala” is a true coming-of-age story for all women, especially those who have ever been socially misrepresented and have grown up without the courage to speak out against society’s wrongdoings.

Review: New tracks show Demi Lovato’s musical growth

By | Oct 19, 2015

Lovato’s latest work packs a hard punch as she steers away from her sugar-pop persona and delivers a set of raunchy, daring songs.