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Review: Singles for the week of 10/23

By | Oct 24, 2020

Singles for the week of 10/23


Review: Dreamy album from synth-pop band lacks cohesion

By | Oct 21, 2020

“As Long As You Are” by Future Islands combines dreary lyrics that contrast with gorgeous instrumental backgrounds.


Review: Semiautobiographical film discusses problems in theater industry

By | Oct 20, 2020

“The Forty-Year-Old Version” is Radha Blank’s semiautobiographical debut feature film, and it premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.


Review: Sandler’s latest spook-free comedy is spirited but average

By | Oct 19, 2020

“Hubie Halloween” is more of a trick than a treat. The plot uses familiar tropes to transition Hubie from one comedic set piece to another.


Review: Singles for the week of 10/16

By | Oct 17, 2020

Singles for the week of 10/16


Review: Apple TV scores lively sports drama

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ted Lasso” is a delightful series following the titular American football coach as he makes the transition to coaching soccer in the English Premier League.


Review: Singer-songwriter publishes elegant poetry book

By | Oct 14, 2020

Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey’s newest project is a spoken-word album and poetry book with poems about love and life.


Review: Romantic comedy series is stereotypically cheesy

By | Oct 12, 2020

“Emily in Paris” is a delightful Netflix series about an American woman making her way in Paris.


Review: Singles for the week of 10/9

By | Oct 10, 2020

Singles for the week of 10/9


Review: Netflix docuseries stirs up cold case

By | Oct 6, 2020

“A Perfect Crime” follows the investigation of the 1991 assassination of Detlev Rohwedder, a German politician and manager of the Treuhandanstalt.


Review: Musician mixes spirituality with electropop

By | Oct 5, 2020

Sufjan Stevens’ “The Ascension” combines Stevens’ familiar spirituality with a new electropop twist.


Review: Group explores electro-pop in second album of year

By | Oct 5, 2020

Sylvan Esso’s “Free Love” is defined by its folktronica sound while diving deeper into the electro-pop genre.