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.
The point of the video is not to tell an illustrated story of the song itself, but rather to fit the song’s slow, steady and organic rise and fall of tempo.
On “Honey,” Robyn learns that the fact of necessity has nothing to do with its fulfillment.
She played a full set spanning her entire career, and it still left me wanting more.
Louis The Child, the EDM duo that has helped accelerate electronic music’s diffusion into the mainstream with their future-pop sound, released their second EP this past Thursday.
We were with her for all of the way.
In this week's episode of Arts, Interrupted we bring you the third installment in the genre bender series. The series takes a deeper look into various, sometimes misunderstood, genres through conversations with their fans.
“When the Party’s Over” is an exercise in both artful restraint and the clever use of structure and harmony to support a lyrical theme.
I can’t say in good faith that it’s terribly crazy, but if random is what you came for: enjoy!
Yoko Ono has always occupied a strange position in the cultural and musical fabric of the world.