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BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah Sour Soul Album Review Lex Records Released February 24, 2015 Genre: Hip-Hop, Jazz When I first heard of the BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah collaboration, I was enthralled. As an avid fan of the Canadian jazz trio, I was pretty excited to see them collaborate with a member of the renowned Wu-Tang Clan. BADBADNOTGOOD's main strength is pushing the limits of...
OBLIGATORY SPOILER ALERT: If you have not seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens, do not proceed as it contains multiple spoilers. It's the epic saga adored by young and old alike, and this newest installment certainly has created a new generation of Star Wars fans. Episode 7 featured new and old faces for new and old fans, but how did some...
Parquet Courts “Tally All The Things That You Broke" EP Review Released October 8th, 2013 What's Your Rupture? Genre: Post-Punk, Indie Rock, Punk Rock So, there’s this band that the blogosphere likes, and I’ve never taken the time to listen to them. It's not that they never interested me, It just kind happened (or didn’t happen, in this case). Isn’t that odd? Well, it’s...
"Love of money is the root of all evil." This solemn message greets you when you first open the top-selling game Make It Rain: The Love of Money. Despite this cautionary advice, this app focuses on nothing but money. Released on March 31, the entire premise of the smash hit game is to accumulate impossibly massive amounts of wealth. Swiping up on...
Known for her freshman album, Born to Die, Elizabeth Woodridge Grant, known also by her stage name Lana Del Rey, delivers again with the recent release of her new extended play Paradise, which arrived in stores and online November 9th, 2012. In the album, Del Rey resumes her role as an itinerant femme fatale character, known for her sensual...
The notion of putting everything I know about barbecue into a book is a daunting one. Not because I know so much... but because of the nature of barbecue itself. It's because the printed word- definitive, exacting, permanent- is in many ways antithetical to the process of cooking barbecue, which is, for lack of a better word, loosey-goosey. - Aaron Franklin,...
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
The Souls series is anything but easy; its trademark difficulty has led to countless broken controllers from hundreds of gamers. The next project from FromSoftware titled Bloodborne comes from the same mind who was the inspiration behind Demon Souls & Dark Souls. Bloodborne, a PS4 exclusive, takes place in the ancient fictional city of Yharnam. Here, the player is looking for a cure for a curse/illness that maddens those it...

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