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IndiePAC: Protest music in 2017

IndiePAC: Protest music in 2017

| Friday, February 10, 2017

Woodstock, 1969. Enter Country Joe. Joe steps up to the microphone and gazes into the sea of dazed hippies. Time for a spelling lesson. With a mischievous grin, he shouts, “F!”  The audience — over 300,000 strong — follows suit. They repeat this process three more times, eventually spelling read more

‘Jackie’ a biopic masterpiece

‘Jackie’ a biopic masterpiece

| Wednesday, February 8, 2017

A movie solely about the events leading up to and following John F. Kennedy’s assassination would be monotonous, unsurprising and probably rated NC-17. Shots of the limp body of the 46-year-old and the bloodstained 1961 Lincoln Continental he was attacked in would fill the run time. The element of surprise would read more

What I want to watch after watching the Super Bowl

What I want to watch after watching the Super Bowl

| Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Scene is constantly on the lookout for what to watch so we can provide our readers a compass to navigate the constantly saturated flow of entertainment. The Super Bowl is something everyone watches, even if just for the commercials and Lady Gaga’s drones. This year many commercials targeted a “watching” read more

Migos take culture to a new level

Migos take culture to a new level

| Monday, February 6, 2017

How do you know when you’ve made it? This question holds a definite level of significance for Migos, a rap group that now finds itself at the center of a spotlight between Donald Glover’s assertion at the Golden Globes that they are “the Beatles of our generation” and the meteoric read more

Ty Segall: When honesty becomes a vice

Ty Segall: When honesty becomes a vice

| Monday, February 6, 2017

As readers, we should always approach autobiographies carefully. Their authors, while experts in the subject matter, are inherently biased. Self-indulgence and insecurities often cloud their anecdotes and spin the story into fictional territory. If we digest the text correctly, the authorial bias gives new life to the text. If read more