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Long awaited album is a valentine to loving fans
Last Sunday, My Bloody Valentine released their first album since November 4, 1991, two days before the KGB officially became defunct. The release of "mbv" brought them back to immediate relevance, to the delight of their fans. MBV isn't the only band returning to prominence this year, though—here are five other artists coming out of hibernation in 2013.
It’s difficult for a stage adaptation of a celebrated novel to become considered a great work in its own right, ...
Boston String Players played pieces from four notable B's at their recent Museum of Fine Arts concert: Bach, Britten, Bartók, and Björk.
This release lacks the compositional intricacy that made “Innerspeaker” exceptional.
A work of art is inextricably linked to its artist: the works of Richard Wagner would not exist if Wagner were not the man that he was, and Wagner would not have been that man without creating his art. Should an artist’s personal life and character inform our understanding of their art?
“Life Is Good” showcases a more mature Nas and combines his frankness with a newfound maturity.
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Matthew A. Aucoin '12 discusses poetry, music, and his newest opera, the upcoming "Hart Crane."
This introductory segment gave Gerstein a chance to show off the full range of his abilities, from blossoming, jazzy melodies to flashy ostinato fingerwork.
A graduate student at Harvard, Itay Budin has been a scientist for as long as he can remember. He spent much of his childhood “playing around”—building airplanes, rockets, and generators.
Celebrities and Youtube-watchers alike just want to have a good time—speaking of which, Selena, if you’re reading this, call me, maybe?
Thus, “Arrietty” offers its audience an entertaining story populated by likeable characters and an over-arching theme of friendship that will appeal especially to young viewers.
Director Andrew G. Clark talks about his role in leading the student singers of the Holden Chorus
Wennerstrom is in impeccable form as she purrs, yelps, and growls her way through a lyrically weak but otherwise impressive album that draws influences from garage rock, folk, and blues.