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From Taylor Swift to BTS to T-Pain, NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts have consistently brought a new angle and sound to music's biggest stars, as well as new and rising ones.
Picture this: It's Feb. 13, and you forgot to make a dinner reservation for tomorrow night. No pressure, but if you mess this up, it might just be the end for you. At least you have The Echo! These are our picks for navigating Valentine's Day close to campus, on a budget.
False information has taken over sports media with an increase of sensationalized coverage and a lack of journalistic standards. But ASU experts, as well as sports fans and influencers, offer insight to navigating what's true and what's not.
It's a magical month for many. Hand-picked by The Echo staff, here are our music, movie and art recommendations that we hope will make your February fabulous.
As the second semester rolls on, the stars might just be aligning for you. This horoscope for the fourth week of January includes some zodiac-curated album recommendations from The Echo's favorite Gemini.
Social media meets movies in the film discovery app Letterboxd, the essential platform for film creators and consumers alike.
Most stories don't get a second chance at life on the big screen, but the "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" book series has fans excited about its upcoming TV adaptation despite the critical failures of its previous movies.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe, or the MCU, has been the face and the de facto image of "superhero" since its meteoric rise in the 2010s, but shows like "Invincible" and "The Boys" are challenging fans' perception of what superhero content can look like in 2023 and beyond.
Franchises and entertainment companies re-releasing old content or creating new, derivative content is nothing new. Still, the release of "Fortnite OG" is a unique take that could shake up the gaming world.
Finals week at ASU is approaching fast, so take a quick sanity break with the arts before we get there!
Netflix’s recent enforcement of its password sharing rules, along with its earlier price increases, are driving users away and fostering some resentment to what was once the face of streaming.
Another week flies by, and so will this week's arts events, so check them out before they’re gone!
Nostalgia has always been a stalwart of entertainment, but recent shifts in pop music have prompted the revival of a 2000s-esque sound that once dominated the mainstream.
The latest step in music curation technology, Spotify's "daylist," offers a fun and unique style of playlists, but there's still a way to go in crafting the ideal listening experience.
Despite its beloved characters and continuation of well-known "Star Wars" plotlines, TV series "Ahsoka" is drawing criticism for furthering Disney's overreach and cash grab of the "Star Wars" franchise.
Though sensationalism seems to be the norm in mainstream media, documentary filmmaking has always represented a more thorough, honest and ethical depiction of our wild entertainment landscape. Yet the rise of social media and online disinformation has infected media and viewers' media literacy.
ASU is packed with events this week in all kinds of mediums. Check out art galleries and exhibits, paint for yourself, or attend a creative writing studio. Go to graduate and doctoral student piano performances, listen to ASU's stunning choral ensembles, or enjoy one of the many cultural celebrations being hosted this week. The opportunities are limitless!
While plenty of artists stay true to release schedules and pre-planned rollouts, fans have been continually disappointed due to some artists building endless hype (to no avail) or allowing rumors to practically guarantee a release date.