Tag Archives: Alex Zelensky

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

Some Eazy Christmas Music

by Alex Zelensky With the release of Straight Outta Compton earlier this year and with the holidays fast approaching, there is no better time to listen to Eazy E’s 5150: Home 4 Tha Sick. The album was released on December 10, 1992 and was the first EP released by Edgar “Eazy-E” Wright after the break-up

A New Age of Virtual Reality

by Alex Zelensky Virtual reality (VR) has been a dream for many decades, with films such as The Matrix and eXistenZ showing worlds that the user cannot differentiate from reality. While current VR technology is not quite at that level, it is still leaps and bounds above the first attempts at VR in the 80’s

Halloween in Montreal

by Alex Zelensky Montreal has always been a city known for costumes and spectacles, making it the best city to celebrate Halloween! There are those who will try to get as much candy as possible, while some will enjoy the thrill of a horror movie. Across the city, there are haunted houses to satisfy those

All You Need is Ghost

by Alex Zelensky Meliora is the third studio album from Swedish doom metal group, Ghost. If you’ve never heard of them, Ghost is currently composed of the main vocalist Papa Emeritus III and five nameless Ghouls. The identities of all the band members have remained anonymous throughout the band’s years of activity. Papa Emeritus has