Peyton Manning’s post-Super Bowl 50 interviews treated Americans to more than the trivia of what the Broncos’ quarterback’s favorite brew is.
Manning left no doubt that Budweiser – and none other than Budweiser – was the best way for the nation to go on celebrating his team’s victory, as he twice stated in postgame interviews that he would be drinking that brand of beer after the big win.read more >>
Started in 2011, Steak and Cake has spent the past five years producing local indie, alternative and even hip-hop groups, including Schlia’s own rock band Red Heat. His Bandcamp page has a discography of almost 100 different projects and collaborations with musicians from across the City of Buffalo and beyond.read more >>
Purple Reign’s track list includes “Super Future” delivering another masterpiece, without the need for featuring artists. The frenzy and increasing popularity Future has acquired can also be a result of his exclusion of featuring other artists – solely sticking to his grassroots of providing hard, gritty lyricism, with memorable ad-libs.read more >>
Film: “The Revenant”
Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu
Studio: FOX Studios
Release date: Jan. 8read more >>
Max Collins is a traditional photojournalist who broke away from the one-dimensional aspects of photography to turn to a new passion, which combines his love for nature and his photographic trade into a different abstract art form using, of all things: white office paper.read more >>
Album:Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude
Label:G.O.O.D.read more >>
Title: Sex Criminals
Writer: Matt Fraction
Artist: Chip Zdarsky
Release Date: Ongoing
When Suzie and Jon have sex, time stands still.read more >>
The past year has been killer for R&B music. From the The Weeknd’s domination of the charts to the inventive FKA twigs, the scene is bursting with promising new talent.
For The Spectrum’s annual sex playlist, we decided to pick out some of our favorite R&B songs that are good for late nights.read more >>
Artist Cole Pawlowksi has been channeling his creative muse since childhood, but the sophomore psychology major’s work has recently taken an experimental turn.
In late 2014, he began work on a sex-themed series starting with the piece “37 Ejaculations: With Pollock in Mind.”
“Yes, it is exactly what you think it is,” Pawlowski said.read more >>
Sia Kate Isobelle Furler released her seventh studio album on Jan. 29, 2016.
When she’s not writing for other pop stars, she’s making music for herself.read more >>
Jimmy Hawkins, or “Rook Hawkins” as he is commonly known in the dance world, is a 27-year-old dancer known in the Buffalo community for hosting dance events. He is trying to bring about a cultural and mental shift in the dance world.read more >>
Over the next several weeks, The Spectrum will be reviewing several local theaters in the Buffalo area and evaluating them on ticket prices, concessions, atmosphere, comfort and technical aspects so moviegoers can decide which theater to frequent as spring movies hit the big screen.read more >>
It seems that the focus of social consciousness in rap is around black men, with women and people who identify as LGBT excluded and often attacked. Unfortunately this isn’t just a problem within rap. This has been a quite common belief regarding movements such as #BlackLivesMatter for quite some time.read more >>
It’s winter, it’s freezing and everyone is craving for a little summer. So as the cold kicks into full gear, it’s refreshing to listen to Chairlift’s new summer-esque album Moth. It’s synth, heavy, slow beats and guitar accents paint a warm beachside picture, despite its winter release date. The thematic core of the album – love and love of music – gives the album vibes that fit best lounging around with friends or a loved one in the summer sun.read more >>
While "Dirty Grandpa" elicits some laughs, its predictability, plot-holes and expletive-laced script leaves many critics and moviegoers alike with the feeling that they are watching the talent of prestigious actors go to waste.read more >>