Thanksgivukkah Song Stuffers

This Thanksgivukkah (Thanksgiving + Hanukkah), there are a lot of things to be thankful for.  While we all think of what to share at the table, here are some tunes to dish out to the fam. Stream this special playlist through Spotify, hands free. Oh, and don’t forget to thank the based god while blessing your […]

Q&A: Charli XCX

Charli XCX is the kind of girl that everyone wishes was their best friend because she’s not like the other girls— she’s cooler. Only 21 years old, the U.K. singer wrote the song “I Love It” for Swedish duo Icona Pop and blew up the Billboard charts. Even though Charli XCX’s debut album “True Romance” dropped last […]

Q&A: Andrew Marr of Ski Lodge

  The Eagle’s Sydney Gore chatted with Andrew Marr, singer, guitarist and founder of Ski Lodge, a four-piece indie surf pop band based in New York City. A few minutes after finishing his brunch in NYC’s West Village of Manhattan, Marr discussed Ski Lodge’s origins, the purpose of life and what it means to have […]

13 Most Spooktacular Songs for Halloween

  By Sydney Gore | Published 10/31/13 1:33pm  What’s a holiday without music? Whether you’re trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins or creeping around cemeteries, these 13 bits of ear candy are essential to your Halloween playlist. Bite into this batch of some traditional Halloween tunes along with some fresh treats. 1. Thriller- Michael JacksonHands down, the most thrilling track of all […]

Album Reviews Brew x Audiophile

Shy Girls – Timeshare EP Shy Girls’ “Timeshare” EP is one of those happy accidents that comes along after some old-fashioned, feel good bump and grinding. This is no dream: Shy Girls (moniker for Dan Vidmar) is a real R&B artist with an attention to detail and a smooth touch of electronic, synthesized production. This EP […]

Q&A: Savoir Adore

It’s not everyday that an invitation is extended to hang out with Savoir Adore before their show at DC9 on Sept. 24, so The Eagle took this exclusive opportunity without hesitation. Behind closed doors, Paul Hammer and Deidre Muro sat back, relaxed and opened up about their most recent release “Our Nature”and the origins of their […]

Q&A: BOY

Don’t be fooled by the name- Valeska Steiner and Sonja Glass are not boys. The German-Swedish indie pop girl duo known as BOY has been making music together for the past eight years. Since the release of their debut album “Mutual Friends,” Steiner and Glass have been on everyone’s radar this year with the success of their single ““Little […]

Q&A: Twin Forks

Last year, Chris Carrabba went from being the frontman of Dashboard Confessional back to his roots in Further Seems Forever. Now, the singer-songwriter has started a new band with his friends called Twin Forks. While each band has its own distinct sound, the leading voice behind them still sounds like the Carrabba that everyone has […]

Movie Review: The Best Man Holiday

GRADE: B+ “The Best Man Holiday” picks up where the original film left off in 1999. With the original cast intact, the film is set 15 years later. Focused around the reunion of the nine college friends for Christmas, it’s clear the dynamics have changed drastically between everyone since Lance (Morris Chestnut, “Kick-Ass 2”) and […]