The Harvard Crimson spoke with Jorma Kaukonen, Jefferson Airplane’s lead guitarist and sometime singer-songwriter, about the making of the album and more.
What can be expected from indie rock, a genre that will probably stick around for a while, even if its artists will not be as famous as Kanye West or Kendrick Lamar?
In Ross’s appearance at the Grammys two weeks ago, she sang two songs and, notably, concluded by shouting “Happy birthday to me!” Her birthday is in a month.
Even if Kanye West had left his MAGA hat at home, his appearance on “Saturday Night Live” would have given us plenty to discuss.
Before his event on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Sanders Theater, the Crimson spoke with Crosby about his decades-long career of musical creativity.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with McGuinn about the Byrds’ career, the making of “Sweetheart of the Rodeo,” and his current tour.
Despite the many accolades Dylan has received, though, one rarely hears strong praise for him as a vocalist.
“Disgraceland” is a podcast with an intriguing concept, but it rarely lives up to its potential.
Odessey” demonstrates that DIY music need not be defined by scrappiness or invested in changing the definition of musical greatness.
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“Everybody Thinks They Know (But No One Really Knows)” is hamstrung by its ambition to be both a punk head-banger and a radio-friendly indie anthem. And in the end, it achieves neither goal, too intentional for punk and too melodically Spartan for indie pop.
The group’s new single, “Only Acting,” bears the aforementioned hallmarks of their earlier work: Perry’s signature chirp is front and center, and the drums are as danceable as ever. But it has an experimental edge lacking in previous KKB material. Even with such radical experimentation, Kero Kero Bonito are able to turn “Only Acting” into a masterfully executed song.
As long as John Oliver and company remember what they do best—in terms of both educating their viewers and changing the world—the show will remain among the most brilliant things on TV.