Music

On Ryan Sevilla’s wall hang two vintage film posters — Lon Chaney’s “Phantom of the Opera” and Karl Freund’s “The Mummy” — a combo of classic horror and theatricality that his band, Sixty Lumens, blends …

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Full of magnetic vocals and chill-inducing harmonies, “The Lucky Ones,” released Feb. 12, is a cappella group Pentatonix’s second original album since their self-titled 2015 record. The album is excellently produced and has a more …

Music

After album delays and postponed tours, Weezer is back with a brand new sound. Released Jan. 29, “OK Human” is the Los Angeles rockers’ 14th studio album.  The album’s title is a not-so-subtle nod to …

Film & TV

Released in theaters Nov. 13, “Freaky” is the latest horror flick from Blumhouse Productions. Written and directed by Christopher Landon (“Happy Death Day” “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones”), the horror-comedy balances terror with bawdy humor …

Music

If there’s one thing Sam Smith excels at, it’s writing breakup songs. The British balladeer, who uses they/them pronouns, dropped their third album, “Love Goes,” Oct. 30. Theatrical and intimate, it’s a whopper of a …

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Released Oct. 23, “RAZZMATAZZ” is the first full-length album from the Salt Lake City duo I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, stylized iDKHOW for short. The band, composed of frontman Dallon Weekes and …

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Summer is finally over, and Dolly Parton is ready for Christmas. The country superstar released “A Holly Dolly Christmas” Oct. 2, her first holiday album since “Home For Christmas” in 1990.  With seven original songs …

Film & TV

With a promising premise and a star-studded cast, it’s a wonder “Ava” is so aggressively mediocre. The Tate Taylor-directed (“The Help,” “Ma”) film was released Sept. 25 to video on demand after an underwhelming box …