It is impossible to describe how it feels having two tracks of claves or trumpets or piano lines play on top of each other, pulling your hips spry in one direction and sending your head up to cry when the polyphony snatches any instinct out from under you. Anything you think you know is dust in the face of the music.
With his latest two disc project, “TYRON,” slowthai attempts to move forward, channeling equal amounts of rage and vulnerability in an impressive — and mostly successful — showcase of emotional and musical growth.
Listeners will surely appreciate how “The Moonlight Edition” incorporates a variety of different musical styles and speaks to Dua Lipa’s growth as an artist.
With his new project “Santa Barbara,” Fat Ray puts himself and the independent Bruiser Brigade Records on the map.
With “Favor,” the final single preceding the release of her album “Little Oblivions,” Julien Baker reminds listeners that feeling lonely doesn’t require being alone.
The new version of "Friday" turns the original bubblegum pop song upside down to create the ideal glorious and chaotic hyperpop meme for 2021.
‘If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed’ Review: Conway the Machine and Big Ghost LTD. Deliver a Knockout Punch
On “If It Bleeds It Can Be Killed,” his second full length collaboration with producer Big Ghost LTD., Buffalo rapper and founding member of Griselda Records Conway the Machine continues to carry the torch of classic, throwback rap into the modern era.
When the New York-based indie rockers commissioned two covers of the “Father of the Bride” co-lead single “2021” from saxophonist Sam Gendel and jam band Goose, their only requirement was that each one last exactly 20 minutes and 21 seconds.
In her conscious construction of sound and image as an artist, Ayoni finds a balance between creative freedom and the responsibilities inherent to storytelling.
Still, that hasn’t been able to stop Jon Batiste, whose soulful, synergistic energy is matched by few other artists; it has actually invigorated him to push forward.
Two pioneering artists spoke on their work, the symbiosis of art and social justice, and creativity amid the coronavirus pandemic at a virtual event hosted by Harvard’s Office for the Arts Wednesday.
With bittersweet lyrics and uplifting production, the fourth single from Robinson’s sophomore album delivers a hopeful message for fans.
From “Ass Like That” to “Moment,” the genius behind many of Ariana Grande’s hits never fails to disappoint on her own tracks. “F.U.C.K” is a must for any sophisticated consumer of music.