Music

Sylvan Esso show to be ‘dance party in a swamp’

Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn, of Sylvan Esso, came together for the first time at the Cactus Club in Milwaukee. The duo out of Durham,

Music

Deer Tick electrifies Live on King Street stage

Electrical difficulties did not curtail electric intensity of Deer Tick set

Music

Honeyblood sticks it to evil boyfriends with badass debut

Honeyblood’s self-titled LP holds promise of great music to come

Music

Outdoor concert series put cherry on top of summer

Music

Cloud Nothings brings hardcore punk to the High Noon Saloon

A cacophony of heavy guitar riffs and frantic percussion filled the room and floated around the crowd at the High Noon Saloon Friday night.

Music

Thee Oh Sees’ album explores psychedelic, leaving behind punk greatness

When John Dwyer of Thee Oh Sees announced the band would be going on an indefinite hiatus from touring, critics undoubtedly had nightmarish prospects

Art

Professor Stephen Hilyard to address issues of the profound in Faculty Artist Colloquium

A profound sense of awe, the type that can only be inspired by the grandeur of nature. A humbling sense of the sublime, one

Film

Dan Savage’s HUMP! Tour gives crowd unparalleled, sex-positive experience

Music

Cloud Cult set to rock Barrymore with cacophony of indie rock

This Saturday, Craig Minowa and his band Cloud Cult will bring their unique brand of experimental indie rock to the Barrymore, with eccentric visuals and metaphysical

Film

‘Robocop’ remake lacks topical themes that made original great