Column: ACRN’s 2019 Golden Globes Recap

By Ceara Kelly, Staff Writer and Maria Lubanovic, Copy Editor Ceara is behind by an hour because her ass is in Kansas. Her TV is on a five-second delay, so I had to pretend I knew nothing. Don’t you love remote journalism? We had to start out with the red carpet. Nothing was too horrible,…

Between The Bars: “November” by Tyler, The Creator

By Kwase Lane, Staff Writer Hello, and welcome back to Between the Bars. It’s been a little while, but let’s jump right in. This week we’ll be taking a look at the first verse of “November” by Tyler the Creator. This song embodies the more introspective tones Tyler adopted on his latest album: Flower Boy….

Dad Rock Bi-Weekly: Paul McCartney & Wings – Band on the Run

By Jessica Jones, Staff Writer [EMI Studios; 1973] Original Release Date: December 5th, 1973 Three years after the breakup of The Beatles, Band On the Run was the third and most popular studio album to come from Paul McCartney & Wings. Recorded in Lagos, located on the west coast of Africa, this album faced setbacks…

Math Rock Monthly: TTNG

By Lane Moore, Contributor TTNG are a notable group for many reasons, the most important one being their coining of the best pickup line in alternative rock history. If someone asked me if I wanted to come back to their room and listen to some Belle and Sebastian, I would definitely say yes. Aside from…

I “Love” This Movie: La La Land

By Ceara Kelly, Staff Writer No film was more deserving of the 2017 Oscar for Movie of the Year than the real winner, La La Land – a truly perfect film. Sure, Moonlight won in the end, but does anyone talk about that movie anymore? No. They talk about the movie that was robbed, saying great things…

Dad Rock Bi-Weekly: Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

By Jessica Jones, Contributor [Warner Bros.; 1977] Original Release Date: Feb. 4, 1977 Widely regarded as Fleetwood Mac’s most iconic album, Rumours debuted in February of 1977, making it the 11th studio album for the band. Following the success from Fleetwood Mac, this essential ’70s pop album contains angsty hits like “The Chain” and “Gold Dust…

Between the Bars: “15th and the 1st”

By Kwase Lane, Contributor Hello, and welcome back to Between the Bars. This week we’re going to look at the first verse and the hook of Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame’s “15th and the 1st”. This is a little shorter than the last piece we looked at, but I think it’s a good intro…

I “Love” This Band: Calpurnia

By Dylan Benedict, Contributor When the struggles of life get to be too much and it seems as if no one else in the world could possibly understand what I’m going through, I know there’s always a group I can turn to – Calpurnia. Nobody is able to take the pain and angst I feel as…

Math Rock Monthly: Tiny Moving Parts

By Lane Moore, Contributor Everyone needs to be reminded to “Breathe Deep” once in a while. Everyone wants to “Feel Alive”, and sometimes we just need a reminder of our own worth. For all intents and purposes, this group is the one for those reminders. Tiny Moving Parts is a family band, serving up supercharged…

Between the Bars: “New Slaves”

By Kwase Lane, Contributor Hello, and welcome to the first installment of Between the Bars. This a little corner of ACRN where we talk to you all about whatever little rap verse we’ve had on our mind the last week. In honor of what was supposed to be the release of Kanye West’s latest album,…

Ten Years Today: Bring Me the Horizon – Suicide Season

By Marvin Dotiyal, Features Editor [Visible Noise / Epitaph; 2008] Original release date: September 29, 2008 Memorable tracks: “The Comedown”, “Diamonds Aren’t Forever”, “Suicide Season” Remember Bring Me the Horizon before Jordan Fish joined and diluted the band into a typical, edgy, radio-rock fad? I sure do—especially the part where each BMTH release continually raised…