Music

Earlier this month, three Daily Arts Editors went on an odyssey to Austin, Texas to attend Austin City Limits, a three-day festival of music, art and — most importantly — breakfast tacos.

Jon’s unique sound –– a mix between alternative rock, electronic dance music and pop –– filled every corner of The Fillmore. His theme of humility and acceptance went beyond that and filled the hearts and minds of every person who was present that night.

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Taylor personifies that person who will travel to a city just to Instagram a Boomerang from a trendy bar without buying a drink.

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It’s complete, fun to watch and utterly captivating.

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It’s been four years, but he’s by and large the same as he once was.

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From top to bottom, P!nk’s latest release is a well strung together pop project.

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On 'MASSEDUCTION,' St. Vincent's fifth album, the tension between the person Annie Clark and the character St. Vincent dominates. It means everything and still it’s more unclear than ever before.

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The project is strong, yet unspectacular, and you can’t quite shake the feeling that it came a few years too late. With that being said, even if the album feels like more of a continuation than an innovation, it is still a welcome addition to the discography of both artists, and worth a listen.

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Last Thursday, The Michigan Daily spoke with lead singer and songwriter Brian Sella about the band’s newest record, Going Grey, and their current headlining tour

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The often classical Hill Auditorium morphed into something different for the night: A place for genuine fun.

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