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So one thing that y'all may know about me from my Roundup reviews and my Instagram (@Matthews_Meals) is that I enjoy food. I have decided that if the whole "college" thing does not work out, I am going to go to the food network and become the next Guy Fieri, and y'all would be able to say that you...
Flares Sickening Joy Album Review Unsigned Released August 30, 2014 Genre: Post-Rock, Black Metal (occasionally), Post-Metal, Space Rock Flares is a brand-spanking new post-rock group, fresh out of North Texas. Post-rock can be a derivative genre, but Flares put in the extra effort to make something that transcends the usual style. With a minimal amount of fluff (superfluous effects, random instrumentation, etc.), Flares have taken us on a...
HBO's Game of Thrones is the television adaption of George R. R. Martin's book series A Song of Ice and Fire. This series is incredibly long and dense, so the show has had to cut some plot lines from it. Most of these plot lines were unimportant, but some of them dramatically change the story. This article will go...
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...
“Avengers Assemble!” I recently sent that text out as I invited my friends to see Avengers: Age of Ultron, which opens in the U.S. on May 1st, 2015. First, I’d like to talk news from the week of April 19th in the wonderful Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel has set itself up for a legacy of superhero movies in the coming...
Father John Misty I Love You, Honeybear Album Review Sub Pop Records Released February 10, 2015 Genre: Indie Folk, Psychedelic Folk, Art Folk, Indie Rock Father John Misty is in love. Madly in love. But promotional performances for Father John Misty, aka Josh Tillman’s, sophomore album I Love You, Honeybear tell a different story. When the Fleet Foxes ex-drummer appeared...
Let's step approximately fifteen minutes into the past, while I was listening to Corsicana Lemonade, by White Denim. My first thought as I hear the blunt, first A flat of the album was, "I've never heard a sound like that before." And, it's true. They have a very similar Stomp-Box blues tone to the Black Keys, but they also...
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. was every part the legend that he has become today. In this “towering biography,” Edmund Morris’s Pulitzer Prize winning biography chronicles the life of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. from his birth to his appointment from Vice-President to President of the United States after President McKinley was assassinated, and everything in between (Time Magazine). This “meticulously researched and beautifully...

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