When Kelsey Wilson of Wild Child walked onstage, barefoot and holding her violin, I thought to myself, “this makes sense.”
“Hold my hand darling/Pull me in your waters/When you call my name, I’ll be on my way,” the opening lines of “Pacific Love” off of Rainbow Kitten Surprise’s new album “How to: Friend, Love Freefall” ring out. And ring out the whole album does.
As with all of Anderson’s films, “Isle of Dogs” is a visual masterpiece: Somehow Trash Island looked stunning.
Our two Cadenza editors listen to the entire Young the Giant discography in anticipation of this year’s spring WILD.
While usually reserved for speakers and comics, indie rock band Mothers came to Graham Chapel this past Tuesday to kick off KWUR Week 2018.
This past Saturday, Washington University’s Social Programming Board held its Spring Comedy Show in Graham Chapel featuring Ilana Glazer and Beth Stelling.
After a yearlong hiatus from touring, Matt and Kim are back on the road. On March 27, the duo visited the Pageant as the fourth stop on their national tour.
The film covers the last days of Stalin and the struggle to fill the massive power vacuum that Stalin left after his death. While many aspects of the film are quite serious, it presents itself as a “political satire comedy.”
When Kim of Matt and Kim tore her ACL, the injury ushered in a period of introspection for the band—one that informed their newest album: “ALMOST EVERDAY”.
Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible is a beautiful symphony of passion, pain and hope. It also contains the artistic brilliance that made “Funeral” a great album.