This year’s festival, featuring major dance and electro acts like Erol Alkan, Major Lazer and Crystal Castles, seemingly went off without a hitch, not only because of the minimal arrests and speedy, yet thorough, security line, but because of the consistently incredible musical performances and the collective great time had by the 10,000 people attending.
“Despicable Me” achieves what it should – it makes the audience laugh, crafts an original storyline, showcases acting talents and at many times warms your heart. However, it’s no game changer, like most Pixar flicks.
Taking place over two beautiful days in June in USC’s Exposition Park (with the main stage smack in the center of the Coliseum), EDC is a neon wonderland filled with glittering carnival rides, professional dancers dressed to the nines and over 150,000 concert-goers – some hardcore ravers and others just looking to dance.
ETD POP 2010: The Dream was exactly what its website promoted–an ethereal, enormous and jam-packed rave that both electronic diehards and casual partygoers alike attended.
This summer is full of sequels, reboots and date movies, and we’ve put together a comprehensive list to make sure that you won’t miss a thing!
For the Gorillaz diehards desperate to be at the front of the stage for Coachella’s closing set, listening to the cheers from the Thom Yorke crowd before Damon Albarn, the man behind the monkeys, took the stage was torturous.
Intermission understands that most Stanford students are busy and don’t have time to catch up on all things reality, so we have compiled season summaries of the most important programs to easily catch you up in time for the finales.
Not to brag, but Intermission is notoriously spot-on with their Oscar predictions, so regardless of whether or not you have seen these movies, you can be almost certain who is going to take home those coveted gold statues.