2016 was an interesting year. Here at Cadenza, we like to think it was because of all of the stellar entertainment.
As “High Maintenance” and “Insecure” rake in critical acclaim this year, media has started looking to web series as a source of content. Though your parents and grandparents may not know what a web series is, that doesn’t mean you can’t use them as an excuse to avoid politically charged conversations over the dinner table.
This Halloween season, have no fear: Cadenza has a foolproof study list to use when you realize you’ll need to pull an all-nighter for that midterm tomorrow. Take a deep breath and enjoy.
The 2016 edition of LouFest may have suffered from mud pits and a severe lack of Beyonce, but there was plenty of great music to be found among both headliners and the less well-known names on the schedule.
This summer, TV and film experienced a boom of content. But, alas, not all of this entertainment is worth the watch. Cadenza staff is here to sift through all the visual content and pick for you what to watch—and what to skip.
Summer may almost be over, but the sweet tunes that we curated during the summer will continue to warm our hearts through the fall. Here are the songs that Cadenza jammed to this summer.
As much as Cadenza loves awards shows, sometimes we also find them frustrating. This year, we’re all worked up about the Oscars, which air this Sunday at 6 p.m. on ABC. It would be nice to see the Academy take some of our suggestions, but if not, we’ll be back ranting and raving next year.
Presidential candidates like to use songs to get people all riled up and excited about voting for them. Were we working on presidential campaigns and tasked with picking those songs, these are the ones we’d choose.
Here at Cadenza, we spend a lot of time thinking about celebrities and, consequently, which ones we’d like to have sex with.
These stars have been getting us particularly hot and bothered.
Coldplay is the headliner for this Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show, and, while that’s nice, many other scenarios would be more exciting, which is why none of Cadenza’s (largely implausible) hopes and wishes for the performance feature Coldplay performing any of its songs.