Pushing the limit: The Ghetto Blaster$ take LA by storm
The Ghetto Blaster$, a three-piece band originally formed at Biola, continues to expand and impress audiences.
Sondre Lerche loses his edge on “Please”
Sondre Lerche abandons his unique sound and opts for a decidedly darker tone in, "Please."
The power of the anti-hero
The anti-hero's recent rise in popularity reflects our fallen human nature, and serves as a reminder of what Christ saved us from.
Closing the divide between church and Hollywood
In order to end the ongoing culture-war with Hollywood, Christians need to reevaluate how to tackle the film industry.
What to watch: New additions to encourage procrastination
In the increasingly confusing maze of movies and TV shows that is Netflix, Drew Mattocks presents a map to some of the best entertainment this procrastination haven has to offer.
Alt-J stays golden on sophomore release
Alt-J's second album "This is All Yours" stay true to their original sound while exploring more subdued tones.
“Sukierae” proves talent runs in the Tweedy family
Emotional, restless, and deceptively bright, "Sukierae" marks the release of Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer's first double LP under the moniker, "Tweedy."