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A Moment Apart by ODESZA

A Moment Apart by ODESZA

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

A Moment Apart is Odesza’s third full-length project, the electronic duo are known for their trappy percussion, euphoric melodies and unique atmospheres that they bring to every song. Their ability to direct a wide cast of vocal artists to fit their sound is also apparent in this long play(LP). The...

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

New York indie band Grizzly Bear continues to show their mastery of alternative rock on the album Painted Ruins. The catchy guitar riffs and drums are a delight to listen to, the vocals on this album are chilling and the production and mixing is masterful. It is consistency is also somewhat of a downfall...

DROELOE

DROELOE

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

Dutch future bass duo DROELOE released an emotional extended play (EP) titled A Moment In Time. DROELOE are somewhat well known in the electronic dance music community for their glitzy future bass tunes or their dark and slow trap singles, but for the first time we see a combination of these styles into...

BICEP

BICEP

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

The Irish house group Bicep released their debut album, self titled Bicep, and it is a wondrous combination of multiple House sub genres. This album is very minimal and hard to fully appreciate on the first listen, but the light melodies and pin perfect production makes this project a dynamic display...

BROCKHAMPTON

BROCKHAMPTON

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

Texas rap group and boy-band Brockhampton achieves greatness again with Saturation 2. This album follows Saturation 1 with the same track count and similar progression throughout the album, opening with nocturnal bangers and slowly transitioning into lighter tracks while having darker cuts, such as Junky,...

OH SEES’

OH SEES’

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Music

American punk rock group Oh Sees’ newest album, Orc, is a masterful combination of punk, psychedelic rock and everything in between. Orc seamlessly blends the two genres while maintaining their signature sound throughout. The start of the album explodes with aggressive guitar solos and then slows down...

Kingsmen: The Golden Circle

Kingsmen: The Golden Circle

Cody Krutzsch, Reporter

October 22, 2017


Filed under Movies, Reviews

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Kingsman: The Golden Circle starts with a bang and so does its predecessor. Both films start with a car chase featuring the Pan zoom shot, a signature of director Matthew Vaughn. The first car chase displays the rather “docile” action of carjacking. Kingsman: The G...

Nudo House

Nudo House

Ashley Chung, Opinion Section Editor

October 21, 2017


Filed under Food, Reviews

This weekend, I was excited to go visit the new ramen restaurant in St. Louis, Nudo House. Located in a strip mall off Olive Blvd, the restaurant is about 15 minutes from Clayton. I was excited to try this new ramen restaurant, as I am a large fan of the noodles and quite experienced in eating the...

IT

IT

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Movies, Reviews

Without having read the lengthy novel, nor having watched the original television movie, I went to see the highly anticipated horror film ‘IT’ last weekend, believing it to be a scary clown movie. My expectations were shattered and I was absolutely blown away by what I witnessed. There are spo...

Riverdale Review

Riverdale Review

Nikki Seraji and Laura Parvulescu

September 21, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Television

An enticing Netflix original series, Riverdale, came out this summer. Riverdale is one of the most well-reviewed titles of the year so far, and the premiere drew in 1.37 million viewers. Based on the well-known children’s comic book, Archie Comics, the series revolves around a murder mystery in smal...

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