Review: Fiona Apple – The Idler Wheel…
BY JACK BRADY After years of what some might call self-imposed exile, cult singer/songwriter Fiona Apple has returned with new album The Idler Wheel is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw, and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do; which is truly the re-emergence... Read more
Review: Metric – Synthetica
BY JEREMY HAAS To name an album the best of anything, whether it’s of the year, the month, or the season is an honor, to say the least.  It has to be able to entertain, and at the same time truly reach a listener, while still standing out above... Read more
Review: Kinetics & One Love – You Are Not Alone
BY ALEX BARNARD You Are Not Alone is the second album from New York based hip hop group Kinetics & One Love. While attending Cornell University, Jeremy “Kinetics” Dussolliet and Tim “One Love” Sommers formed the group.  Since then they have been writing for several rappers such as Eminem,... Read more
Review: Long Island Medium
BY STACEY PASTERNAK Theresa Caputo: loving wife, mother of two, and a medium who claims to communicate with the dead. Yes, you’ve read correctly. Caputo, who resides in Hicksville, New York, is the star of the TV show Long Island Medium. Hearing her talk about communications with the dead on... Read more
Review: Trey Songz- Chapter V
BY SABRINA VICTOR Trey Songz, a Grammy nominated R&B artist from Petersburg, VA, has become one of R&B’s brightest artists. Songz has sold 14 million albums and singles worldwide and has a list of accomplishments including being an entrepreneur & philanthropist with his “Trey’s Angels” Clothing line and “Angels... Read more
Review: Big Sean- Detroit
BY JACOB FIERMAN Rap sensation Big Sean released his mixtape, Detroit, this past week and it instantly racked up thousands of views and downloads. Big Sean has created a unique blend of up-tempo and fast paced beats on Detroit that work perfectly. Detroit shows off Big Sean’s excellent rhyming skill as... Read more
Review: Doctor Who – Asylum of the Daleks
BY STACEY PASTERNAK Doctor Who, a science fiction (sci-fi) show on BBC, is a science nerd’s dream. This show has been around in Britain since the 1960s and has formed quite a following since then. Doctor Who is about a 900-year-old alien that takes the form of a human and... Read more
Review: B.o.B Strange Clouds
BY BRANDON SLOANE Rap superstar Bobby Ray Simmons also known as B.o.B. is at it again with the release of his second studio album Strange Clouds. Strange Clouds incorporates elements of fast paced rapping and the catchy melodies that helped B.o.B rise to stardom. However, unlike his previous works,... Read more
Review: Say Anything At Revolution Live
BY JEREMY HAAS It was 9:00 PM on, April 24th.  Revolution Live was swarming with fans mellow and talkative just moments before the headliners go on.  Then finally, lights dim, and the stars of the evening take the stage.  The timid looking spectators transform into pure energy, preparing themselves... Read more
Review: Girls
BY EMILY PERL It’s two years after graduating college and life seems to be going by slowly for Hannah Horvath. Even though living in New York City may seem as if it can offer endless opportunities, you’re still stuck at the same dead-end unpaid internship. After going to dinner... Read more