Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
With their new album, ‘Vacation in Hell,’ dropping April 6, The Flatbush Zombies offer a solution to hip-hop’s problem with carbon-copy personas.
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Blu rejoins his old producing partner Exile to release his new album “In The Beginning: Before The Heavens.”
Getting into college is hard enough, but this Carnegie Mellon student overcame more obstacles than the average applicant.
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Self-taught producer and YouTube savant Andrew Chellman has brought a decidedly futuristic sound to Carnegie Mellon.
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These are the four rappers who are commonly called out as corny and why people perceive them as so.
Composed of five jazz enthusiasts at Shenandoah University, the Virginia band comes alive onstage with energetic, improvisational brilliance.
Unlike most films, the latest work from Steven Soderbergh undersold and over-delivered.
After a years-long sabbatical, battle-rap legend Aaron Solomon has returned to the scene to prove that he’s still one of the greatest to ever spit.
The flaws of ‘Bojack Horseman’ and how Season 4 avoids them.
Mothpuppy, a five-piece student band from Baltimore, takes full advantage of lead singer Morgan Murphy’s dense lyricism and fluttering falsetto.
The influential, spiritual and ultimately suicidal founder of Pro Era will have an album of his unfinished work posthumously released on the five-year anniversary of his death.
Gramatik, Exmag, GriZ and The Floozies all prove, in their own distinct ways, that hip-hop beats and electronic sensibilities belong together.
The ‘Citizen Kane’ of bad movies, which is the subject of an upcoming James Franco homage, has elevated its mysterious creator to ironic heights.
The UMBC student discovered her passion for theater while performing educational plays for kids, where she teaches lessons about race and tolerance in ways that children can understand.
The two shows ostensibly focus on exploring the same quirky demographic, but the HBO program appears wildly more realistic for two key reasons.
Where other female rappers have broken into the male-dominated world of hip-hop by out-manning their competition, Noname flips the script, delivering soft, dense lines of poetry.
The indie rock group, helmed by two Music Productions majors, has battled against the realities of distance to produce their signature emotive sound.
Both films employed a heavy dose of self-referential satire, but the sex-appeal premise of the original ‘Baywatch’ clashes with the revamp’s style of tongue in cheek.
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The Adult Swim cartoon series is the internet’s favorite show, but not just because it’s good.
With under 200,000 monthly listens on Spotify, these artists may not be popular, but they’re definitely talented.
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