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Breathe Carolina: "Savages" Review

Breathe Carolina released their fourth album, entitled “Savages”, today on April 15th. This band has had an interesting year with founding member, Kyle Even, leaving the band to focus on the demands of parenthood. 213 more words

New Music

22 sellouts so far at this year's Wisconsin Film Festival

I’ll update this list of sold-out films at the Wisconsin Film Festival every few days or so. Remember that “sold out” means advance tickets are gone, but some rush tickets will likely be available at the venue on the day of the show. 248 more words

Wisconsin Film Festival

"Generation Like" @profJSM #CodE70

What has our generation come to like? We all love to share pictures on social media. We base how good the picture is with likes. I for example don’t care at all who likes the photos whether it be on my Instagram or twitter. 211 more words

Fame & Likes

In today’s world everything is all about social media from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and many more. Social media gives everyone the chance to have a voice and to express their opinions. 233 more words

Song Review: "Sellouts" by Breathe Carolina Ft. Danny Worsnop

Danny Worsnop, or The Snop as I like to call him, has always been a pretty controversial figure, but more so now than ever.  Aside from his binging and not-so-squeaky-clean reputation, The Snop is currently the center of attention for his work on Asking Alexandria’s third full length album, From Death to Destiny, in which the Snop sings in a completely different style than in previous recordings.  288 more words

Song Review

Oh how the mighty have fallen

These days, the people who were once shining stars are now consigned to lesser roles by a culture that claims to no longer need them. Great actors and even directors from the 20th century are now either ignored or reduced to roles in sell-out animated films in the 21st century. 360 more words

TV & Movies

Don't call it selling out: Breathe Carolina bite back

Breathe Carolina are a whole different animal lately. The two-piece-turned-one-piece are now a four-piece and they’re going to sound however the hell they want, whether you like it or not. 383 more words

Dance-pop