Electronic musician’s new album sheds the dream pop haze of past releases.
Maryland rapper’s sophomore effort is imperfect, but endearingly quirky
The veteran Atlanta rapper is reflective, but not afraid of progression on eighth album.
11 of the most captivating outtakes and live cuts from the master songwriter’s giant rarities series
Baltimore pop duo’s “Thank Your Lucky Stars” is another restless, beautiful, constantly evolving work
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The headliner electrified the crowd Monday night with a mix of classics and new songs.
The Atlanta indie rockers sound in touch with each other once again on strong, immersive LP.
Steven Gillard bemoans the derivative and uninspired lyrics that can be found in many of today’s top country hits.
The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die’s “Harmlessness” is a staggering masterpiece
Connecticut emo group’s sophomore album is a rich, deeply emotional, narrative journey
Prolific singer/songwriter eschews his strengths, but delivers a strangely endearing record nonetheless
Rap superstars aren’t at their top-dollar best, but have a lot to say on their collaborative mixtape.
Benjamin Clabault argues that all music, from Taylor Swift to Bob Dylan, comes down to individual taste, and that it’s pointless to elevate some artists over others.
The noted post-grunge band takes its hits to the Calvin Theatre this Monday.
Adams attempts to improve on perfection, taking on Swift’s 2014 platinum reinvention, but ends up just leaving behind the energy that powered the original.
The electronic duo brings in the Hollywood nightlife for its brilliant second album.
The event featured performances by the UMass Jazz Quartet and the UMass Jazz Ensemble I.
The new documentary, available to stream on Netflix, explores the famous musician and the artists who inspired his work.
The English post-punk legends return with an album that, while strong at times, is too cumbersome for its own good.