Music

Twenty88

Big Sean and Jhene Aiko have less in common as artists than meets the eye, and TWENTY88, their joint project, finds the two realizing this deficit.

As the end of the semester comes and shit gets (more) stressful and the unknown quantity of these next four months looms large in my life, I’m taking stock of some songs that I really enjoy.

Outkast

“Well at one time, I was saying that their legacy hopefully wouldn’t go down as the greatest story never told… But we’re about to tell it.”

Yeasayer

With its synthetic pop sounds blending with lead singer Chris Keating’s mellow vocals, ‘Amen & Goodbye’ is more than just an album; it’s a work of art.

Cheap Trick

Why is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s latest work since 2009 average at best?

‘Sept. 5th’ is a modern R&B album that exists as a tightrope between inspirations.

Weezer and (Bernie Sanders)

By now, you’d think that a ’90s band like Weezer would have given up already.

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Yung Lean is only 19 years old.

NOSELL

“Just another girl from a small town with big dreams / Just another wild heart who’s looking to break free / And the locks on the doors only make me want more of the crown / In the black of the night, there’s a hum you can feel in the ground.”

Girls

“Girls” is the perfect show for maximizing the potential of music to compliment characters and scenes.