Tame Impala delivered a satisfying set, riding on continually stunning visuals and bursts of adrenaline spawned by their several bulletproof hits, if not on the steep devotion of their fans alone.
"Machinist" was an incredible climax to perhaps the most animated and joyful set of the entire festival.
The music gods have been overly generous to us: When Hynes and his band graced the Green Stage with performances of songs spanning his entire catalog, the experience felt like a blessing from beginning to end.
Chicago-based rapper Saba, whose set was a definite highlight of the day, hit the Red Stage to a sizable crowd of devoted fans.
Across the record, Jordan’s threads of thought play out how one might imagine the wandering mind of a 20-something curled up in bed at night, darting endlessly from one emotionally consuming rumination to the next.
The Harvard Ballet Company and the Harvard Pops Orchestra are coming together for "Out of Orbit," which will combine classical ballet and music to bring outer space to the Loeb Mainstage.
"Lullaby" ambles along with no clear impetus, falling into the same uninspiring pattern.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with Kelela about her new album, R&B music, and her approach to songwriting and live performance.
I loved the idea of looking at behaviors and morphological, physical features of organisms.
The truth of the matter was that his death jolted me into awareness. It made me all the more conscious of how I was always too afraid that what I’d say wouldn’t be intelligent enough, or substantive enough, or just plain enough.
"Don't Wanna Know" opens with a close-up shot of Adam Levine waking up one morning as a giant pseudo-insect-tortoise. This sounds unreal. It’s not.
“Queen of Katwe” is an exquisitely shot, powerfully acted, and delicately, intelligently directed film that does justice to the inspiring story of its protagonist.
In "Beautiful Lies," Birdy shows a side that is gorgeously complex and daringly individual.
Philosophical nonfiction author Sarah Bakewell speaks with The Crimson about her newest work and her own story.
Aided by a remarkably talented cast, solid cinematography, and a menacing musical score, '10 Cloverfield Lane' unfolds to be a tremendously well-executed psychological thriller.