Music

Caitlyn Smith

When the next big thing is in front of you, you sit up and take notice. That’s the effect Caitlyn Smith has on a room: She demands your undivided attention.

This is America

For a title as open-ended as “This is America,” one would assume Childish Gambino’s latest single would poignantly capture the racial tensions of the nation, using the Black experience as a vessel for artistic expression.

Streaky Video

“Streaky,” released this past Saturday, is not standard fare from Death Grips.

Post Malone

beerbongs & bentleys is more of the same from Post Malone and you know what? That’s okay.

Jeff Rosenstock

Just two weeks ago, The Daily was lucky enough to have a chance to speak with singer/songwriter Jeff Rosenstock about his newest record, POST-, and his upcoming show on Apr. 25, accompanied by Martha and Bad Moves, at the Loving Touch in Ferndale.

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Wherever I went, I wrote for The Daily.

Matt & Kim

‘There’s an energy we try to create that we get wrapped up in, and I think that the audience gets wrapped up in it, too.’

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But whether it’s overt or implicit, confrontational or oblique, musicians who use their work to change our world are essential to the way we do art. Because nothing exists in a vacuum, and nothing ever changes without a push. So maybe that push is exactly what a musician can give.

Turnstile

Turnstile is the precise union of aggression and pop.

Julien Baker

She left the stage much in the same way as she arrived: without warning.