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Crazy Diamond

By Erica De Petrillo   The planet and the stars are in my helmet When I take it off It all falls apart Unitl I build it up again   The adventure awaits At the door, at the gates But they’re locked, keeps me safe Whenever I’m awake   Get me out of my head,

Don’t Die, Butterfly

By Kenji Marshall   I squatted on the sand, drawn to a glint of emerald poking up beneath my feet. The dry heat was making its way through the bottom of my sandals and gently tickled my soles. I would have to move soon, but for now, there was emerald in the sand, which both

The Pedestrian

By Erica De Petrillo (inspired by the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name) Eight o’clock, I walk alone I feel my feet on the cold hard stone The lights are out, save for the screens A graveyard littered with colourful machines   In ten years of walking by night or day I’ve never

Album Review: Son Little — New Magic

By Jude Habib Son Little is the stage name of Aaron Livingston, an artist who has collaborated with the likes of The Roots, Mavis Staples, and Portugal.The.Man. He has two released albums: Son Little LP, and New Magic, which was released in 2017. Here are my thoughts on New Magic: The album starts with the

Holiday 2017 Movie Review

By Desmond Reynolds   I was originally intending on writing a preview for the upcoming Academy Awards, but then I realized I, like the average filmgoer, haven’t seen the vast majority of any of the nominated films. Instead, I’ll be discussing here the Oscar-worthy, the mediocre, and the bad of the movies I did get

Gaming for a Cause

By Alexandre Darche   While many of us spent the second week of January participating in E-Week (congratulations Mech), Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ) was taking place in Virginia for its 7th installation. E-Sport teams keep showing up in the news for their impressive revenues and their acquisitions by NBA teams. However, AGDQ is a

You Were On Point, Phife: A Review of A Tribe Called Quest’s “We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service”

By Alexandre Darche   2016 has been plagued by the deaths of many of our favorite celebrities. This past March, the hip-hop community lost one of its pioneers, Phife Dawg from A Tribe Called Quest. When I was in high school, their music sparked my curiosity to find music which was not just what was

Bring Your Own Juice Brings the Laughs

Everybody likes to laugh on occasion, even uptight McGill students. McGill is known internationally as a serious academic institution, whose research areas include oncology, architecture, and mind control, to name a few. As I discovered at a preview for Bring Your Own Juice (BYOJ), if you look deeper into these topics, you can find comedy

Album Review: Painting With

Animal Collective have always been an experimental group, as seen on their album Sung Tongs more acoustic folk focus as compared to the more indie rock sounding Feels. Their most recent release, Painting With, is a change of pace from their previous album Centipede Hz, being a much faster and condensed album with Panda Bear