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Good Bad Movies Ep.16: “From Dusk Till Dawn”

By Adam SnydarPodcast Producer Good Bad Movies is the podcast about films that might not be winning any love from critics but are great in their own special way. Hosts Adam Snydar and Adrian Lopez review and rave over movies that might not be traditionally ‘good’ but are still beloved and worth a watch. In this episode, Adam and Adrian talk about Robert Rodriguez’s cinematic joyride “From Dusk Till Dawn,” an […]

todayJanuary 24, 2021 339

Black and white photo of Marina Diamandis singing on a stage.


MARINA and Her Diamonds

By Anthony VelasquezMusic Journalist MARINA, formally known as “Marina and the Diamonds,” blessed us with her Love and Fear tour at ACL live in Austin on September 28. With a high energy opener (Broods) and four contemporary dancers/back up vocalists, MARINA had her life long fans at the edge of their seats. And for those in GA, a nonstop singalong and dancing craze. Her latest album Love and Fear is […]

todayOctober 16, 2019 55


Sea Offs: What’s the Point? Review

By Hannah Wisterman Music Journalist Artist: Sea Offs Album: What’s The Point? Release Date: March 31, 2017 Website: Philadelphia-based duo Sea Offs do not try to play mysterious in their debut album. Between the title, What's The Point?, and the poignant songwriting (right from the first track: "I have fallen in a peace I never wanted/I have chosen to burn the weight of systemic shame"), Olivia Price and Rashmit […]

todayApril 26, 2017 51


How to Dress Well: Care Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Journalist Artist: How to Dress Well Album: Care Label: Domino Website: Release Date: September 23, 2016 How to Dress Well’s Care starts off strong with ‘Can’t You Tell’ by right off the bat showing off the radiant and grand range his vocals are able to produce. While listening, it’s difficult not to think of Usher, surrounded by vigorous shades of pinks, peaches and glitter. It’s cute and […]

todayOctober 28, 2016 23

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Fantastic Fest Review: Part 3

by Andrew Nogay Web Content Contributor This is going to be the last part of my three part review of Fantastic Fest, parts one and two are available for context but not necessary. But I mean, I wouldn't feel bad if you read those too. Wednesday 9/30 Wednesday was my designated Lee Sang-Woo day. I planned it out so I could watch both of the movies he had playing at […]

todayOctober 15, 2015 133


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Top Five Coffee Shops in San Marcos

by Daniela garcia Blog Content Contributor Here I have tried different coffee shops I have become aware of around San Marcos, and evaluated their pros and cons. Wake the Dead Located past the San Marcos Cemetery on Old Ranch Rd., Wake the Dead greets you with a gorgeous intertwining plant work on the fence that embraces a large patio area. This area holds a convenient amount of tables that sometimes […]

todayOctober 13, 2015 18

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Fantastic Fest Review: Part Two

Andrew Nogay Assistant Web Content Manager Saturday 9/26 I was so exhausted this day, I don't know how I functioned. Turns out waking up at 9 a.m., then going to bed at 2 a.m. after a full day of writing and watching movies makes me more tired than I thought it would. Oh well, Saturday's movies were at least interesting, the first being: April and the Extraordinary World Director: Christian […]

todayOctober 8, 2015 441

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Fantastic Fest Review: Part One

by Andrew Nogay Assistant Web Content Manager This year I went to Fantastic Fest for the fourth time, and for the first time writing about it for KTSW. In total, I saw 26 films and about a dozen short films in the span of a week. It was wild and exhausting, but of course I’m already looking forward to next year. For this review, I’ll go through each film in the order […]

todayOctober 2, 2015 201

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Three English Artists to Look Out For

 By Daniela Garcia Web Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. Marika Hackman from Hampshire, England: At only age 23, Marika Hackman has already established for herself an ethereal and dark musical image one can enjoy especially on her latest album We Slept at Last, which includes one of my favorite songs by the singer/songwriter called "Drown." If you’re one with an ear for the auditory deep and calm, you may enjoy checking out her Deaf Heat […]

todayJuly 16, 2015 221

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