A soundtrack can make or break a movie. So many movies are greatly supported by their soundtrack, from recent blockbusters like “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” to older films like “The Doom Generation” and “Top Gun.” Without the music those films used, they arguably would have been worse.
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When I went to see “Saltburn” with one of my friends from high school over Thanksgiving break, I was expecting a goth version of “Call Me by Your Name.” It was what I was hoping for; watching a romantic drama is the perfect way to end the night after a long day at work. I had heard it was a little gross, but I was not thinking about that when the Nicole Kidman AMC Theatres commercial came on screen and the lights turned off.
Escuela Grind, the Massachusetts grindcore unit, has been an underground hit since its debut album “Indoctrination.” I have wanted to see this band live for years, and while I haven’t gotten the chance to, I am hoping for Escuela Grind to come to Columbus or Athens.
Last year, Dolly Parton was formally inducted into the hallowed Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. While this is a huge honor, Parton felt she was undeserving of the nomination. In her own words, she told Rolling Stone she felt as if she was “betraying somebody else” with her nomination.
Ohio University’s first semester of the 2023-24 school year is almost over, but the cold weather is just getting started. This inevitable temperature change has forced many Bobcats to adjust their daily outfits and wardrobes in a number of creative ways.
On March 24, 2006, the first episode of the now-iconic Disney show “Hannah Montana” aired. Over five million viewers tuned in to watch the show, making it the highest-rating premiere episode of a Disney show up until that point. On that day, the world was introduced to the future popstar underdog, Miley Cyrus.
Metal Mondays: Reactions to Megan Thee Stallion’s 'Cobra (Rock Remix)' highlight what’s wrong with modern metal fans
This week, rapper and overall star Megan Thee Stallion released the song “Cobra.” On the single, she opened up about her mental health struggles and used the symbolic meaning of the cobra — shedding your skin, rebirth and healing — to show she’s getting better. It was an immediate hit.
Correction appended: a previous version of this article incorredtly identified a source as Mason Newberry. It has been updated to the correct name, Mason Deberry.
In August, my dad and I got the immense privilege of going to the New Jersey stop of Metallica’s “M72 World Tour.” I’ve previously written about my experience, but I mainly focused on Metallica. However, I wanted to go to that show for another reason: Pantera.
According to a Billboard story released on Oct. 24, Spotify plans to change its monetization system for artists. While the multi-billion dollar streaming service claims that these changes are meant to prevent fraud, ultimately it will hurt artists more than it will help the company.
Busking on Court St. is an abundant practice, and street performers dot the many corners of Athens’ most iconic streets. The stories of the numerous buskers many know and love make their music even more special.
Rock ‘n' roll has been known for its peace-loving messaging since its invention, with songs like Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son” and Jimi Hendrix’s “All Along the Watchtower” serving as genre staples. So, it makes sense that metal, with roots so closely intertwined with rock ‘n’ roll, would have a similar anti-war sentiment sprinkled with a little more anger.
On Oct. 11, "American Horror Story: Delicate" continued with Episode Four, "Vanishing Twin." The episode was a victim to the directionless feel of "Delicate," but it was the best installment in the series so far.
In August, I was lucky enough to get to see Metallica in New Jersey with my dad on the group’s “M72 World Tour.” It was amazing, and both nights were filled with Metallica’s staple pyrotechnics and iconic loudness. All members of the band seemed to be playing just like they would have been in their prime.
October marks LGBT History Month, highlighting the intense civil rights battle that LGBTQIA+ people have fought for years. During this month, each day celebrates a different notable LGBTQIA+ member or activist. In addition to honoring writer Jazmine Hughes on the day this year, Oct. 11 is also National Coming Out Day.
My early high school years were, unsurprisingly, not amazing. Being a gay band kid in a rural, sports-centric school district was not easy, especially as an underclassman. In those first two years, pop-punk music became a huge escape for me. Ever since the first time our band played “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” by Fall Out Boy my freshman year, I was hooked.
Throughout its 12 seasons, "American Horror Story," fans have been haunted by "Murder House," have tried to escape from "Asylum" and have practiced witchcraft in "Coven." Viewers have traveled through time in each iteration of "AHS," from visiting the lost colony of Roanoke to reliving the 2016 election in "Cult." But as "AHS" continues to release season after season, the show has lost its magic.
The OU dynamic duo Christopher Lewis and Micah McCarey shared some insight into their lives together and as leaders on campus.
Heavy metal and rap are not next-door neighbors in the city of musical genres. On a surface level, they don’t sound all that similar and combining the two seems bizarre. To some metalheads, the idea is an affront to the genre.
One of heavy music’s youngest vixens, Hannah Collins, a.k.a. Scene Queen, has graced us with a new song “Pink Push-Up Bra.” Adding another song with the word “pink” in the title to her discography is something fans of her music have been waiting for, but I believe that her newest release goes deeper than it may seem on the surface. Scene Queen’s brand of feminist metalcore is stirring up the modern metal world, and she is leading a new generation of increasingly diverse metalheads.