Although by no means their best release, Simulation Theory handles its concept well and brings Muse’s lyricism back to earth.

Lana Del Rey

Subtle spookiness is all well and good, but this playlist wouldn’t be complete without a few outright murder songs.

A$AP Rocky

Rocky mimes the song’s lyrics with swagger as he and FKA Twigs wreak havoc on a futuristic New York City.

Ariana Grande

‘thank u, next’ is an uncomplicated ode to self-love.

Brian Eno

Ultimately, I think ambient music doesn’t work in its professed role, because by its very nature it overreaches.


It seemed as if she was able to project every emotion at once through that club microphone, enhanced by the atmospheric guitar and synth of her modern arrangements.


Victor Jara was an artist who transcended the world of arts and culture.

Yaeji in the 'raingurl' video

More than anything, more than any other show I’ve attended at El Club, we were having fun.

Mikky Ekko

The three acts had their own distinct glimmer throughout the show.

'King of the Hill'

In “King of the Hill,” sparkling Rhodes keys and Thundercat’s soulful layered falsettos glide over a pulsating bedrock of drums and bubbly jazz bass.