‘Be the Wheel’ Tour Review: Theo Katzman Wants To Stand For Something
Theo Katzman maintains a commitment to his message of optimistic human spirit across all of his endeavors.
Artist Profile: Sofiane Pamart Is The Best of Both Worlds
Pamart has dared to do what no one else is: to destroy the boundaries of what classical music can be.
Artist Profile: Micah Write and Smokeintheye are a Hip-Hop Dynamic Duo
Micah Write and Smokeintheye are paving their way to the forefront of Hip Hop with their unique sound and unwavering dedication to the craft.
‘Boat’ Single Review: Guys, it Only Half-Sunked
In “Boat,” Sheeran leaves the listener craving more substance, emotional charge, and cohesion.
Concert Review: Lewis Capaldi Has Jokes for Boston
“I don’t do it for the money everybody,” Lewis Capaldi remarked to a packed crowd at MGM Music Hall at Fenway on April 10.
Record Store Day 2023: Music Fans Flock to Independent Stores for Exclusive Releases
Record Store Day is a celebration of the rich culture and history of independently owned record stores.
Artist Profile: Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, 20 Years In The Making
Following the March release of his latest single, “In My Head,” Shinoda sat down with The Harvard Crimson to discuss the anniversary of “Meteora,” as well as his recent release.
So You Want to Listen To Musical Theater
While “show tunes” may call to mind retro kick-lines or sappy love songs, musical theater is not a thing of the past.
Artist Profile: mxmtoon on Vulnerability in the Digital Age
22-year-old Maia sat down with The Harvard Crimson to talk about her career, creative evolution, and how far she’s come from her beginnings as an artist.
Artist Profile: Sadhugold is a Masked Master of Production
Sadhugold, an enigmatic rapper-producer based in Philadelphia, is one of the most sought-after beatmakers.
Artist Profile: Annika Huprikar on Film Scoring and Following Her Passions
Her energy and passion for music were striking as Huprikar remarked on her experience in her dual degree, and how she splits up her time.
‘Ghost of Chicago’ Single Review: Noah Floersch Leaves Us Excited for More
In a mainstream industry filled with over-processed vocals, Floersch stands out.
Artist Profile: Spanish Ran is a Bronx Producer With An Expert Ear
Spanish Ran has become a staple in the underground scene with his ear for up-and-coming talent and distinctive, throwback production style.
Artist Profile: Eto is A Torch Bearer of True Hip-Hop
Eto has steadily carved a niche for himself within the underground hip-hop scene over his two-decade-long career.
‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd’ Review: The Beauty of Artistic Maturity and Personal Growth
Del Rey manages to be vulnerable and authentic at the same time, making this one of her best albums to date.
Artist Profile: Chase Fetti is a Rising Star from New Jersey
With an ear for vintage beats and a knack for raw lyricism, Chase Fetti has become a standout figure in the East Coast underground scene.
Artist Profile: Feed The Family Is Bringing Hip-Hop Back to Boston
Rooted in their Boston origins, Feed the Family's influence within the East Coast underground continues to grow.
‘SELF’ Review: A Self-reflective and Healing Return for K-Pop Legends Apink
On “SELF,” Apink demonstrates their masterful execution of meaningful lyrics and powerhouse vocals asserting their status as K-pop legends.
It Gets Better: Tyler, the Creator’s ‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale’ Review
“The Estate Sale” acts as a post-album EP, continuing the themes and storylines of the original album.
Feed The Family Portrait
Portrait of Feed The Family members BoriRock, Dun Dealy, Shaykh Hanif, and TOP HOOTER by Ramon ‘1000WORD$’ Lazo
Concert Review: We’re All Part of J.I.D’s Ecosystem
Atlanta rapper, singer, and songwriter J.I.D enveloped the House of Blues in “Surround Sound” on Jan. 25 for the first of two sold out nights in Boston.
So You Want to Listen to Psychedelic Rock: Try These Trippy Tracks
True to its name, psychedelic rock was born from a counterculture of radical experiments in experience.
“the record” Review: boygenius Dropped The Next Indie Heartbreak Anthems
boygenius released “the record” on March 31, packaging a myriad of sensations surrounding monumental heartbreak into 42 minutes of indie gold.
‘Paragon’ Album Review: Floor Jansen Sets Alight The Dark
“I won’t give up just yet / Gotta lose sometimes to gain,” sings Dutch singer-songwriter Floor Jansen on her debut album “Paragon."