THE WAR ON TOYOTATHON
It’s that time of year yet again. The weather is getting colder, the sun is setting at an unreasonably early time, and your normal...
A Conversation with Madeleine Bertschy, Director of Georgetown's Rocky Horror Picture Show
Georgetown’s production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show has been a campus tradition since the first showing in 2018.
100 gecs Dazzles at the 9:30 Club
100 gecs has gained notoriety for their autotune-drenched vocals, colorful costumes, and bizarrely intriguing instrumentals.
Keep it Alive: An Ode to Radio
Radio completely changed how people listened to music. No longer limited to live performances, music was now accessible to everyone.
The self-proclaimed “funky soul pop” artist Remi Wolf released her first studio album, and it is a wild ride from start to finish.
IDLES in Today’s Conversation on Toxic Masculinity
Like many punk bands, IDLES address social issues such as wealth inequality and racism, but in a unique way that encourages love and unity.
Last Night in Soho
After a lengthy COVID induced delay, Edgar Wright’s eighth feature Last Night in Soho is here.
December Playlist, Georgetown-Made
The songs on this playlist were selected by asking Hoyas across campus what songs they were listening to at the moment. “1000 Blunts” by...
Quirky, Fun, and Flirty: Reflections on Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch
The French Dispatch occupies a trippy, sometimes hard-to-follow multidimensionality. An anthology film, director Wes Anderson presents a...
On Friends That Break Your Heart, James Blake Grasps His Vision
No matter how much of a music fan you heard the name James Blake because of his collaborations with well-established and high-profile...