“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.
Perfume Genius’ music blazes with compassion and defiance in equal measure. Listening to his latest album will, without question, set your heart on fire. Immediately.
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.
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.
“Garden Song” seems less concerned with rooting us in any one moment than it is with flitting through a compilation of each instant so they all brush past at once.
"Calm" showcases the 5 Seconds of Summer members flexing their creative muscles and coming across as stronger, more confident musicians.
At the chilly beginning of spring, Megan gave her quarantined listeners a taste of hot girl summer with the release of her newest EP, “Suga.”
Each of "Kintsugi"'s 11 tracks offers a transient meditation on nostalgia and regret, held together by frontman Ben Gibbard’s golden voice.
In anticipation of his upcoming album, Mike Hadreas — better known as Perfume Genius — released the singles “On the Floor” and “Describe."
Demi Lovato’s latest release, “I Love Me,” is a powerful testament against the judgement that she has endured from both the media and her own inner critic.
As Harvard students have transitioned to online instruction for the remainder of the semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduates enrolled in dual-degree music programs say they have faced a number of interruptions to their coursework.