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Album Reviews: Metric, The Dead Weather, Silversun Pickups, CHVRCHES

By Miranda Alam Metric Pagans in Vegas September 18 Pagans in Vegas stands alone in Metric’s discography. Over the last decade, the members of Metric have established themselves as a hard-hitting indie band, but on their new album the band has opted to head in a dreamier, synthier direction. This is exhibited in their hit single “The Shade,” a ...Full Article

Student Organization Spotlight: Las Vegas Film Society

By Roudi Boroumand This semester, the Las Vegas Film Society officially became a registered student organization, spearheaded by UNLV film students Eddie Gomez and Boris Obregon. Among the Humanities ...Full Article

Student Spotlight: Jonathan Burt — Polynesian Roots

By Ashley Ranan Las Vegas native Jonathan Burt, 23, otherwise known as “Kiwi Burt” in the art scene, labels himself as a freehand Polynesian design artist. He attributes his ...Full Article

Netflix Picks: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Ana Lily Aminpour’s debut feature, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) is a fusion of retro-looking black and white and modern indie/arthouse cinema. Set in the fictional ...Full Article

The passing of a horror legend

By Jacob Tiranno “One, Two, Freddy’s Coming for You” Wes Craven, the writer-director who reinvented and reshaped the horror genre, passed away on Aug. 30 after losing a battle ...Full Article

Playlist: Just Trust Me

  Albert Hammond, Jr. Momentary Masters Released: July 31 Momentary Masters is Albert Hammond Jr.’s third full-length studio album. The heaviest influence on this album is understandably from iconic ...Full Article

The Visit

By Jacob Tiranno I was in the audience during Universal’s presentation at this year’s CinemaCon, when writer-director M. Night Shyamalan announced that The Visit was his way of “going ...Full Article

Better than the first week

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We Are Your Friends leaves less than friendly impression

We Are Your Friends is that coming-of-age story that we’ve all seen before. It isn’t the worst movie ever made, but it’s a far cry from being considered good. ...Full Article

“Basin and Range” art exhibition

By Melissa Ayala Two UNLV professors have come together to organize an art exhibit on campus. “Basin and Range” will be on display through Sept. 5, organized by photography ...Full Article
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