Incoming Music executive Se-Ho B. Kim discusses New York City, "Evan Almighty," razed sculptures, and your lips. Art or not art?
There are days when I wake up and reminisce about a time when Carson Daly of TRL would tell me about the galactic set of Britney Spears’s “Oops!..I Did It Again” video.
From the ascent of Yeezus to the timeless dance electronics of Daft Punk, smooth pop of Justin Timberlake, and folk melodies of Edward Sharpe, the Crimson Arts board picks the best records of the year.
The Crimson Arts Poll was taken by nearly 250 students.
Outgoing Film Executive Alexander Tang combs through decades of hip hop music to bring forth a list of the top 10 realest moments in the genre. The selected music exemplifies the diversity of the genre and embodies a certain depth of thought.
In the first Arts Year In Review special issue, the Crimson Arts board covers the best films and albums of the year and reports the results of the 2013 Arts Poll.
Come next weekend, hundreds of Harvard students will be piling into buses to make the famed pilgrimage to the rough and tumble streets of New Haven, home of the number one safety school. To pass the travel time as Harvard prepares for its seventh consecutive win, take a listen to these classics:
The opening chords of the album immediately set the feel of "Surrender to the Fantasy." They are dissonant and jarring, yet syncopated and steady. The jumbled pounding of a guitar, bass, and drum kit comes in unrelenting waves, one after another, assaulting ears.