You’re at a party, there’s a lull in the conversation and the inevitable topic of musical tastes comes up. What does the term “indie” really mean?
After spending a couple months playing the arcade-y shooter while glitzier titles like “Perfect Dark Zero” collected dust, I had a startling realization: this little 10-minute downloadable “extra” is the best game that the 360 has to offer.
Often in the commotion leading up to Feb. 14 we forget perhaps the most important way to set the mood: the music. To make this job easier for you, the reader, Cadenza has a few recommendations that are sure to tickle your lover’s fancy.
With a KWUR radio show in the works, karaoke nights, and an annual contest, the Asian Music Association is looking to bring all types of Eastern music to the forefront of the Wash. U. music scene.
From what I’ve gathered from talking with my elders, there was a time in popular music history called the Good Old Days. It was a simple and joyous time.
Despite their tendency towards tongue-in-cheek subversiveness, Boards of Canada are a pretty traditional electronic group.
Anyone going into “The Squid and the Whale” expecting the next “Elizabethtown,” brimming with “heartwarming” sentimentality but lacking any genuine emotional content, may wonder if they’re in the right theater.
If you’ve ever decried the tendency for good independent films to run in New York and L.A., while fly-over country is left with little more than the latest Hollywood tripe, the St. Louis International Film Festival is for you.
Halloween has traditionally been a holiday perpetuated out of fear: fear of the dead, the demonic, the “other.” But in the last half-century, things have changed. Halloween has become less about fear and more about ridiculous costumes, public intoxication and weeklong sugar highs. The music has followed suit…
In these modern times, technology has crept into the way we create, acquire and process music in new and disturbing ways. One of the most disturbing trends has come about with the advent of the camera phone.