What more could you want to describe the current moment?
No matter how “woke” indie music may want to seem, it is not free of the same power structures and culture of toxicity in more mainstream scenes.
“BREACH" by indie artist Fenne Lily is the kind of album that only seems more compelling when the rest of the world is quiet.
“The Last Waltz” is a film which begs for its audience’s full attention as it dives into one of the most significant performances of the 1970s: The Band’s final concert featuring various legends of the era, from Joni Mitchell to Muddy Waters.
Despite the timeline of its subject matter, however, the story in “Other Music” rings especially true during the coronavirus pandemic, when independent stores and venues are suffering and people are forced to turn to the virtual realities that made Other Music shut its doors in the first place.
“Making a Door Less Open” is the indie rock band’s tenth studio album, and a testament to the band’s propensity for musical innovation and burning lyricism.
“Tonight is not a fundraiser, so put your wallets away,” Lady Gaga said to her viewers prior to the start of the World Health Organization and Global Citizen’s “One World: Together at Home” event.
Dancey yet gritty around the edges, “The New Abnormal” serves as both a sign of the times and a nostalgic reflection on the rock giants of the past.
This jazz-adjacent playlist is for those days when we’re in need of something to break that rut and make us feel a little bit better about ourselves — and a little bit classier in our sweats.
In “Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America,” The 1975 are as sincere as ever, their lyrics characteristically cutting and clever with an added vulnerability that sets the song apart from their poppier numbers.
“It’s quite strange to be playing to an empty room, but I’m hoping it’s going okay,” Dave Matthews said during his #PayItForwardLIVE performance.
In anticipation of his upcoming album, Mike Hadreas — better known as Perfume Genius — released the singles “On the Floor” and “Describe."
Focusing on her engagement to and pregnancy with Orlando Bloom, “Never Worn White” is Perry’s exploration of marriage and its implications.
In between panels, various Berklee musicians outfitted in guitars, basses, and saxophones performed original songs and covers to the ever-shifting audience.
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