If you’re pining for a throwback to 2010 angsty indie dramas, fear not, The Shins are back. Heartworms, the band’s first LP in five years, doesn’t stray too far from the jangly quirkiness on which the band was founded.
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The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union is under fire after a film screening in observance of International Women’s Day drew protest from student groups.
At the most basic level, this third release from bassist extraordinaire Thundercat is a breakup album. Drunk is a behemoth.
While area English major Ansel MacPherson always wanted to study accounting, he was moved to switch after a profound experience reading a poem on the wall of an Edwards School of Business bathroom stall.
Like the Cranberries — if Cranberries went on vacation in Southern California and maybe joined a cult — this album has surf tones.
While many foolish students got sucked into expensive dinners and screenings of Fifty Shades Darker, second-year English major Mark Hazelsteven took Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to get some stuff off his Netflix queue.
While initially written-off as a fleeting fad, the pastime of having sex remains trendy among young people.
If you’ve been looking for a little sonic catharsis lately — and I think we all have — look no further. Alexa Dirks, who operates under the moniker Begonia, has just released Lady In Mind, which is just what you need to hear.