On The Lumineers’ new album, Cleopatra, singer Wesley Schultz begins by telling his lover to “pack yourself a toothbrush, dear,” immediately setting the tone for the tracks that follow. The record is a journey, and this song is just the beginning.
After the band’s first release Isn’t Anything, My Bloody Valentine’s status as a cult favorite was enough to establish themselves in the scene, but it wasn’t until their next album, Loveless, that the band’s legacy was cemented as a pioneering rock group.
As April ushers in Texas wildflowers and the final stretch of the spring semester, it also brings the infamous rain showers (you know, the ones that bring May flowers). For the perfect day indoors, curl up with a cup of coffee and any of these four albums.
Director Karyn Kusama’s thriller “The Invitation” begins like an ordinary, dinner-party centered film: Couples get together over wine and food to hash out the past with polite conversation, letting bygones be bygones.
Although the genre may often go unrecognized, metal is currently one of the most expansive and experimental genres music has to offer, and Deftones only further the adventure with their newest release Gore.
Science journals commonly use p-values, a statistical index used in research data, to decide whether papers are worthy of publication. However, even scientists frequently misuse p-values, according to a statement released by the American Statistical Association.