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Daily Arts Writer Vanessa Wong's mixtape exudes female satisfaction coated in pure, pop magic.

The audience gets to see someone who, despite the opinion of some, is an intelligent, very realistic person.

Elle King performed at the Majestic Theater in Detroit on Wednesday.

King certainly isn’t America’s sweetheart, she’s not rock ‘n’ roll’s either (yet), but on Wednesday night a much-hyped show proved, at least for a night, she was Detroit’s.

But let's not forget the triumph of feminism that a forgettable contestant left us with: "Don't ever expect anything from humans," she tearfully proclaimed. "I'm just going to start adopting cats now." I'm truly sad to see her go.


That’s why you don’t make a deal with the Devil.

In the second edition of No Filter's weekly mixtape, Daily Arts Writer Shayan Shaffi shares a seemingly-odd, but sonically cohesive mix of soul and rap.


As “The Newsroom” is idealistic, “Spotlight” is raw.


With three singles and rumors of a joint tour with Kanye West, it felt like it was going to be raining RihRih all summer long. Nonetheless, it has been a (historically un)cold, long, Rihanna-less Winter.

To inaugurate No Filter's weekly mix-tape Daily Arts Writer Matt Gallatin revisits his desire for middle school angst.


Consider Daily Community Culture Editor Natalie Zak your bi-weekly "Bachelor" spirit guide — catch up on all the juicy details and re-live the action through Zak's sardonic wit.