“American Beauty/American Psycho”
Fall Out Boy
In a mixture of peaceful and crazy lyrics and beats, Fall Out Boy meets the expectations that its latest album name, “American Beauty/American Psycho,” sets up – the sound alternates between angelic and psychotic.
In hopes of moving forward through the busy midterm season, Donnie Laudicina and Dominic Delzompo have formed a duet called Robopope, a name they said embodies their musical philosophy – to please nonmusical and musical audiences alike.
When the band members of Atomic Walrus first sat down to pick out a band name, they wanted to encapsulate their style. The band took two names and blended them, mixing the song “Atomic Dog” by the P-Funk and the Beatles’ “I Am The Walrus.” The band’s resulting name, Atomic Walrus, embodies the band’s blended style of funk and rock.
While dystopian films have always been fashionable, they have widely grown in popularity since the success of movies such as “The Hunger Games” and “The Matrix.” At this point, “The Giver” is old news, centering on a theme that has been developed previously on-screen.
If Beyoncé’s first version of “Flawless” was angry, then her remix with Nicki Minaj is seething.
But in that seething remix, Beyoncé loses what was originally a powerful message about feminism and convolutes the theme of being a flawless woman.
Henry J. Bruman, a UCLA professor emeritus of geography, believed that, in a single hour at lunchtime, musicians can transport listeners to a different place, calming them and allowing them to take a break in their busy days.
Members of Bruin Harmony, UCLA’s only all-male a cappella group, have been rehearsing two-and-a-half hours a day, three times a week, for the last few months to perfect the marriage of their song and choreography in preparation for Spring Sing 2014.
Women, alcohol and sex – three words that sum up Jason Derulo’s new album, “Talk Dirty.”
“Talk Dirty” is anything but creative. It is unoriginal, uninteresting and does little but sexualize women, despite having a few decent songs.
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