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Punk rockers take on neo-Nazis in writer-director Jeremy Saulnier’s brutal and bloody third feature.
The legendary English group reemerges with a deeply moving, immaculately detailed work.
The sci-fi drama is a delightful, self-contained romp in the tradition of Steven Spielberg’s work.
The 2016 Spring Concert saw student rapper De-Bo and artists Logic, Tinashe and Fetty Wap.
The band’s new record tackles somber subject matter with its most audacious songs yet.
Lamar manages to excel on a project filled with throwaway tracks.
For two decades, The Fugees have had a lasting impact on hip hop culture.
Wiz Khalifa is overshadowed by guest artists on his sixth studio album.
Santigold calls out the commercialized world we’ve all fallen victim to in her third album.
Sia’s newest album “This is Acting” carries the talent, but not the power and sincerity she has delivered in the past.
Advertised as the biggest smartphone fitness game ever, the game combines Halloween-themed fun with staying in shape.
Trevor Noah’s position on The Daily Show brings hope for U.S. immigrants and indicates a shift in the entertainment industry, says Noosha Uddin.
Trevor Powers’ third album as Youth Lagoon slinks away from you as soon as it connects.
The Boston-based film disappoints despite solid lead performances, specifically from Johnny Depp.
The director’s latest is more than just a series of cheap scares.
A remarkable narrative and quality technical elements establish the show’s relevance in a strong first season.
The Minneapolis alt-rock institution continues to evolve in unexpected ways, even after two decades.
The annual gathering at Parc Jean-Drapeau was home to phenomenal performances from the likes of Charli XCX and Alt-J this year.
The Canadian singer’s third album is an immaculately produced and written artistic statement.