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Author Archives: Brigid Choi

Brigid Choi is an English Major, Music Minor at Emory University. She has been published in Emory's fiction literary magazine, The Emory Pulse, as well as Emory's music magazine, Frequency. Outside of publication, she leads EmRock, Emory's only rock music organization. Outside of Emory, she interns at Beatlefan.

Music Review: John Powell – ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2: Music from the Motion Picture’

How To Train Your Dragon 2

'How To Train Your Dragon 2' is more emotional than its predecessor, so, of course, it calls for a more emotional soundtrack. Read More »

PC Game Reviews: ‘Q.U.B.E,’ ‘Antichamber,’ ‘PID,’ ‘The Swapper,’ ‘English Country Tune’


There are only a couple days left in the Steam Winter Sale. While we’re waiting for the next "Portal" installment, here is the scoop on some other puzzle games. Read More »

Music Review: The Toxic Avenger – ‘Romance & Cigarettes’ Video (Single)


The visuals of the French electro house DJ's new single mimic the veiled frenzy of the song. Read More »

‘Kingdom Hearts III': Thoughts on the E3 Trailer


As a dedicated Kingdom Hearts fan, why am I not excited about the newly revealed Kingdom Hearts III? Read More »

The Voice – Michelle Chamuel


Rather than focusing on her sexuality, "The Voice" finalist Michelle Chamuel focuses on her extraordinary stage presence. Read More »

Music Review: The Black Keys – “The Big Come Up”

The Black Keys' debut album

The Black Keys' 2002 debut album, "The Big Come Up," is Jimi Hendrix in the 21st century. Read More »