After many standout moments, fans left satisfied and excited to hear what’s on the horizon for Gregory Alan Isakov.
Rather than wondering if a former lover wishes things ended up differently, Cyrus reasserts herself as the maker of her own destiny.
Syracuse rapper Stove God Cooks is one of the most distinctive and exciting artists to emerge from the Northeast hip-hop underground in decades.
“Interstella 5555" is a masterclass in storytelling, as it manages to convey an allegory for the exploitation of artists in the music industry without dialogue.
“Down in Atlanta” is a high-quality single, but it isn’t a good sign for fans who hope to see a return to Travis Scott’s heights of musical ambition and originality.
Templeman points out a certain freedom in learning to play music, not by the instruction of a book, but by the personal will of the artist.
As she brought her propulsive, haunting indie-pop sound to audiences around the country on her first headlining tour this fall, Jar drew inspiration from the surreal beauty of Cirque du Soleil shows, with their synthesis of wild visuals, music, athleticism, and dance.
Artist Profile: Ingrid Jensen on Falling in Love with Jazz, and Performing with the Harvard Monday Jazz Band
On stage, Jensen’s “swinging” was evident in the best way as she led the Harvard Monday Jazz Band.
The setting allowed the incredible concert to be about more than just about music; It was inherently meditative in its nature, perhaps even emotional.
Prominent jazz musician Esperanza E. Spalding, a professor of the practice in Harvard’s Music Department, announced in a Monday email to department affiliates that she will depart the University following disapproval of her proposal for “decolonial education.”
From the onstage performance to the lighting and stage design, the “Born Pink World Tour” is proof of Blackpink and their entire team’s continued dedication to creating high-quality performances.
“I'm realizing now, I think that [music] is going to take a much more important role than I had previously thought in my life,” she said. “I just, I love it. Yeah. I love it more than anything else.”
It is clear that “Her Loss” sees Drake in a new yet familiar light, and proves him to be a stylistic chameleon who is learning from his discography.