Scottish group Chvrches have been at the forefront of synthpop since their formation in Glasgow in the early 2010s, with each release since 2013’s The Bones of What You Believe sonically encapsulating diverse eras, themes, and subgenres in electronic music. Now, in 2021, just as I’ve grown more mature since that time, I realize that […]
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In 2021, on the sixth anniversary of Bloodborne’s release, tens of thousands of players on internet forums like Reddit have congregated to create their very own co-operative online event within the game.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D), in his third term in office, is under fire following a recent slew of allegations of sexual misconduct.
For a great many of us, video games have been a refuge to lean into over the past year, when isolation has become all too normal.
This past Sunday, performers of popular music all gathered for a nontraditional version of the world’s biggest annual celebration of music.
The past year of restriction and confinement has taken a huge toll on the entertainment industry. Theaters for both stage and cinema are shuttering left and right, Broadway is much too quiet, and awards shows (like last Sunday’s Golden Globes) have gone virtual.
After a lackluster presentation at their Direct on Feb. 17, Nintendo has shocked a good portion of its fans with the announcement of not one, not two, but three new games in the Pokémon franchise: Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl Versions, and Legends: Arceus.
It was Feb. 17, and I, like many Nintendo fans, was excited.
These past few years in the entertainment industry, remasters, remakes, re-etc. have been produced practically as frequently as original content. It’s certainly easy to diagnose this as a dearth of creativity, but in this age of constantly adapting content for a new generation of consumers, is there a way to make—or, more appropriately, remake—a standalone piece of art based on existing media?
Multiple Grammy nominee Phoebe Bridgers took the Saturday Night Live stage Feb. 6, bringing her Midwestern “Omaha sound” to New York City.