Multi-colored lights flashed behind the band but, when it came to punctuating their set, they turned to corny jokes rather than theatrics.
"Over the last 10 festivals, we’ve booked really diverse line ups, so you’ve got a lot of hip hop, a lot of indie rock, DJs, rock and roll bands, comedians, even podcasts. If I had to say there’s one common thread, it’s artists that tend to be incredible live performers."
The event functioned like a seminar, with Dahl spending the first half of the event walking the audience through the process by which the group remixed Maggie Lindemann’s song “Pretty Girl.”
Expect nothing more than entertainment and energy from “MONOPOLY,” and you won’t be disappointed.
The single is yet another testament to Noname’s unique ability to combine clever lyrics, complex subjects, and jazz-inspired instrumentals to transport the listener into a poetic and immersive soundscape.
It's difficult to admit that the same person whose Instagram handle is @wherearetheavocados can also be the future of pop music.
After two hours of live music in Sanders Theatre, Harvard’s College Events Board took to the stage, revealing letters on posters one by one. The audience shouted guesses (“Drake?”) from the balcony.
In “While We Wait,” Kehlani creates a profound emotional experience, invoking large-scale romantic sentiments through a simple and candid lens.