Music


Falling in Love with Dua Lipa Again

I don’t know if I’ll fall in love this summer or who I’ll fall in love with and I have no idea what our world is going to be like, but, goddamn, I am in love with Dua Lipa right now.


On ‘Kyoto,’ Phoebe Bridgers Ups The Tempo

If you were to divide Bridgers’ discography into songs to cry to or drive to, “Kyoto” falls solidly in the second category, with the kind of headbanging chorus perfectly attuned to driving 70 mph down a freeway.


The Bizarre Disembodiment of ‘Aporia’

“Aporia” thus follows in the footsteps of many of Stevens’s albums, which are never of poor quality, per se. The album simply lacks depth. Rather than eliciting a negative response, it is much more likely not to receive any at all.


The 1975 Say They’re in Love with Jesus Christ. I Don’t Believe Them.

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.


Dual-Degree Students Double Down Amidst Instruction, Performance Interruptions

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.


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