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November 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Modest Mouse distinguishes itself from indie-rock peers

By | Mar 24, 2015

After an 8-year hiatus, Modest Mouse returns with an upbeat, socially conscious setlist.

Review: AWOLNATION album ‘Run’ stumbles on style shifts

By | Mar 23, 2015

Known for their iconic song “Sail,” AWOLNATION’s latest album branches out into several different styles.

Review: ‘Cinderella’ a perfect fit to predecessors’ big shoes

By | Mar 18, 2015

In the live-action update of Disney’s original animated feature, “Cinderella” embraces some positive changes while remaining true to the fairy tale.

Review: Former ‘X Factor’ contestant returns with mellow sound

By | Mar 18, 2015

Olly Murs returned with his fourth studio album on March 10.

Review: Electric duo’s album creates ‘Another Eternity’ in half an hour

By | Mar 17, 2015

Purity Ring returns with a 35-minute album that crosses genre boundaries with electric intensity.

Review: Iranian Vampire Western pleases audiences with perplexing horror

By | Mar 4, 2015

“A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night,” Ana Lily Amirpour’s directorial debut, puts a stunning spin on the typical story of star-crossed lovers.

Review: Big Sean brings huge hits with even greater wordplay

By | Mar 4, 2015

Big Sean’s third studio album delivers with witty wordplay in “Dark Sky Paradise.”

Review: ‘Maps to the Stars’ shines light on taboo topics

By | Mar 3, 2015

“Maps to the Stars” explores incest, rape and schizophrenia in a gripping psychological drama.

Review: Strong vocals propel punk band’s style expansion

By | Mar 2, 2015

Screaming Females unveil a newfound range of musical style in “Rose Mountain.”

Review: Overwhelming instrumentals drown out R&B soul

By | Feb 25, 2015

Rhythm and blues singer Raheem DeVaughn returns with “Love Sex Passion,” an overproduced album that sacrifices quality for quantity.

Review: Twists and turns propel taut espionage thriller

By | Feb 24, 2015

“Kingsman: The Secret Service,” starring Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson, adds a new flair to the stereotypical spy genre.

Kitchen Theatre play delves into reliability of memory

By | Feb 24, 2015

Lee Blessing’s “A Body of Water,” a play exploring the constraints memory has on identity, is being performed at the Kitchen Theatre from Feb. 18 through March 8.