By: Kyle Grim After seemingly disappearing from music for the last seven years (except for his fantastic collaborations with the Lonely Island), Justin Timberlake returns with a brand new album. On his third solo effort, Timberlake shows how much he has progressed as a musician and songwriter. The lead single “Suit and Tie” is not only the best song on the album, but possibly the best song Timberlake has ever recorded. It’s incredibly smooth with a nice groove. The verses are extremely danceable and can easily get stuck in your head. Plus, Jay-Z provides a fantastic feature verse. A bizarre … Continue reading Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience Review
By: Brandon Martin Xavier University Singers’ production of Battle of the Sexes was a knockout. Put on this past weekend, Battle of the Sexes was their last show of the year and was met with emphatic audience participation. Each Singer had his or her own song ranging from dramatic to comical, each with its strengths and weaknesses. Particularly captivating performances came from Alex Rogers, Zach Julian and Rio Van Risseghem. Each of them drew eyes whenever they were on stage with their magnetic stage presences. Julian’s rendition of “Billie Jean” electrified the audience with a masterful combination of singing and … Continue reading Xavier Singers’ Battle of the Sexes Review
By: Tatum Hunter Director of Theatre Stephen Skiles is not looking to make a statement. He is, however, looking to give five students the freedom to create a statement on their own. The Xavier Newswire sat down with Skiles to talk about the upcoming production of The Laramie Project that his Acting II class will be putting on at the end of the semester. The Laramie Project is a play written by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theatre Project and is based on a series of interviews the group conducted with citizens of Laramie, Wyo. in the months … Continue reading Performance Final : The Laramie Project
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