The start of a new year brings the promise of new music. Some of the biggest names in the industry will be releasing albums throughout 2020.
On Dec. 3, Tame Impala released their fourth single, “Posthumous Forgiveness” off their upcoming album, “The Slow Rush.” The song spans six minutes and feels as if listeners are given two songs in one. The synths in the song prove Kevin Parker, the man behind Tame Impala, is veering further away from a rock sound and more towards a psychedelic soul feeling. The production is fantastic as usual, all done by Parker himself.
On Nov. 1, Netflix released the third season of “Atypical,” starring Keir Gilchrist, Bridgette-Lundy Paine, and Nik Dodani. Spoilers are ahead.
On Oct. 28, Australian psychedelic music project Tame Impala released “It Might Be Time,” the newest single from their forthcoming album, “The Slow Rush.”
On Oct. 18, Netflix released “Living with Yourself,” starring Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea, directed by Timothy Greenberg.
October brings two experiences I know I am not going to miss once I graduate college: midterm grades and registration. As you wince at your alarm waking you up minutes before 7 a.m., racing to your laptop and praying E-Web doesn’t crash, thoughts of glorious spring semester probably enters your mind. Spring semester is arguably better than fall semester for numerous reasons.
New York City native Scott Laudati’s book, “Camp Winapooka,” published by Bone Machine Inc., serves as an emotional look into “the full spectrum of a human, not just the parts I want them to see,” according to Laudati.
On Friday, Sept. 27, Disney and Sony arrived at a deal finalizing Spider-Man’s return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Disney has agreed to put up 25% of the budget for the third “Spider-Man” movie in exchange for 25% of the profits.
The weeks spanning between Sept. 5 and Sept. 19 saw an explosion of music from Foster the People, FKA Twigs, Future, and Rex Orange County. The music from these artists are sending off the remainder of 2019 with memorable messages.
On Aug. 31, 2019, the Campus Activity Board (CAB) at Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic, CT hosted “Soaking Up Summer” on Webb Lawn. From the hours of 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. students at Eastern were able to enjoy badminton, lawn games, shell decorating, BBQ food, snow cones, and so much more to prolong summer’s stay in Willimantic.