The Harvard Crimson sent two of its writers—Michael L. McGlathery and Mila Gauvin II—to New York's Randall's Island to cover the Governors Ball Music Festival.
The artists who sang out one of their college email addresses in a song, PWR BTTM are both fierce and thoughtful with a healthy serving of wit. The garage pop-punk duo spoke with The Crimson the band and reality television.
Arts staff writer Michael L. McGlathery offers quick takes on HAIM, Mac Miller, De La Soul, and M83 at Governors Ball 2016.
The powerhouse performance of Chloe A. Brooks ’19 and a compelling ensemble blended witty humor, bouts of profound pain, and love, ultimately raising lingering questions about the multifaceted depths of the protagonist's mental illness.
Peter L. Galison, professor, museum director, and documentary filmmaker, explores the intersections of art and science.
Arts staff writers Steven S.K. Hao '18 and Tianxing V. Lan '18 recap screenings from the fourth day of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Arts staff writers Steven S.K. Hao '18 and Tianxing V. Lan '18 recap screenings from the fifth day of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Bad anthropology, to be sure, but even worse writing.
This narrator’s abandonment of traditional academia becomes something both more interesting and more disturbing than a simple skirting of responsibility.
Waiting 25 minutes after the designated time for an act to perform is never fun—but when it’s for The Strokes, it's worth it.
Although The Killers were the headliner for the day, it was Miguel’s performance that stole the show.
Arts staff writer Mila Gauvin II offers quick takes on Jon Bellion, Misterwives, Purity Ring, and The Killers at Governors Ball 2016.
Thundercat’s come to spread the love, and he’s got a new LP with Flying Lotus on the way. He’s here to stay.
Arts staff writers Michael L. McGlathery and Mila Gauvin II relate their impressions from the second day of the Governors Ball Music Festival.
Arts staff writer Michael L. McGlathery offers quick takes on Years and Years, Action Bronson, Big Grams, and Father John Misty at Governors Ball 2016.
Arts staff writer Mila Gauvin II offers quick takes on The London Souls, Black Pistol Fire, Meg Mac, and Christine and the Queens at Governors Ball 2016.
Gifted musicians wield the power that only they bear to create a meaningful community that didn’t quite exist beforehand—and Jamie xx gave Governors Ball a set that hit that sweet spot on the nose.
Arts staff writers Michael L. McGlathery and Mila Gauvin II relate their impressions from the first day of the Governors Ball Music Festival.
Prior to her June 17 performance at Middle East, The Crimson spoke with Kristin Kontrol about her move away from Dum Dum Girls and her musical inspirations.