Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Panic! at the Disco changes its style again

By Rachel Arlin

October 17, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

Panic! at the Disco has been through many stages throughout its career. When the time rolled around for a new album, it released “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!” to promote its newest career stage. P!ATD’s sty...

Veteran rockers Clutch bursting with renewed vitality on new album

By Emily Brightman

April 5, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

Most alternative bands that survived the tumult of the 90s intact either sold out to the mainstream pressures of pop music or have been relegated to the fringes of post-grunge obscurity, but veteran prog-rockers Clutch have ma...

Bowie’s surprise new album gives a new look to old Berlin

By Shaina Mishkin

March 25, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

In “The Next Day,” David Bowie’s unexpected new album and first release since 2003, the 66-year-old clearly has Berlin on his mind. The surprise album that shattered the singer’s nearly 10-year silence returns listeners to an energy and confidence unseen in Bowie’s music...

Timberlake still has it with new album

By Jake Reed

March 25, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

Justin Timberlake foreshadowed the electro-pop craze of the early 2010s on his last CD “FutureSex/LoveSounds,” and on “The 20/20 Experience,” he outpaces the pack yet again. Featuring Timbaland’s smoothest production since the mid-2000s, Timberlake mixes R&B and soul with ...

Stephen Lynch releases two-disc comedy album

By Ellie Rulon-Miller

November 28, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

Among the most well-known figures in the musical comedy community, Stephen Lynch has recently put out his seventh release, a two-disc effort of his signature brand of acoustic guitar-driven hilarity. Titled “Lion,” the alb...

The Weeknd’s force of three

By Aidan Cusack

November 20, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Music

The first words to bust out of the debut album of R&B artist Abel Tesfaye, known as The Weeknd, are “you don’t know what’s in store/But you know what you’re here for.” As a pair, no two lines could be more fitting as an introduction to The Weeknd’s album “Trilogy.” This is...