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Alan Gesso–Music Television

Brooklyn drone artist releases new album through Baltimore-based label. Henry Strand Contributing Writer strandh1@umbc.edu Alan Gesso treats silence like a blank canvas for his abstractions…

Film Review: Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal leads the way in what is the most disturbingly inspiring film of the year Jacob Kjerulf Contributing Writer kjjacob1@umbc.edu Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler tells…

Film Review: Fury

A killing machine with a heart of gold Jacob Kjerulf Contributing Writer kjjacob1@umbc.edu Pulling no punches, Fury shows it has heart beneath its steel frame…

Evenings—Gardener EP Review

Virginia ambient electronic artist Evenings returns with surprise EP Henry Strand Contributing Writer strandh1@umbc.edu  Evenings began as an ambitious, cost-cutting solo project and has been…

The Boxtrolls doesn’t troll audiences

Stop-motion film impresses audiences with its detailed animation and entertaining storytelling Holly Vogtman Staff Writer hollyv1@umbc.edu The Boxtrolls, a stop-motion animated film from the creators…

Hail the Sun – Wake Album Review

California emo revival starts to run dry Henry Strand Contributing Writer strandh1@umbc.edu Hail the Sun is back after two years with their first full length…

Maze Runner takes audience on a full marathon

This new book to movie proves to be much more than just a maze Holly Vogtman Staff Writer hollyv1@umbc.edu Summary: A young man named Thomas,…