Pusha T returned last week with a song that demands your attention for its entire duration.
Maybe it was my youth or my ennui or my aversion to the basic, but I found myself pining to click pause and play “Here” again a little too often while listening to Know-It-All.
Bieber asks his fans — and his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez — to forgive him, maybe with a little more aggression that we’d like.
'Church in These Streets' is a testament to Jeezy’s own veteran status, bragging that he is “a God in the hood,” over the psychedelic trap beat of “GOD” and proclaiming himself a “ghetto profit” in “Sweet Life.”
Let me preface this by saying I don’t like One Direction.
More and more record labels seem to be clearing out the vaults of old bands with nostalgic appeal, and I worry that this might be coming at the expense of young, up-and-coming artists.
It was a Halloween wonderland. But with acts like Bassnectar, Vic Mensa and Pretty Lights, it was first and foremost a musical wonderland.
Seeing that I don’t believe in favoritism, I decided to ask all four of my friends here at the University of Michigan what tickled their fancies early on in life.
Loops’s use of new musical techniques and limited instruments create music that will linger long after it has stopped playing.
Clad in Halloween costumes ranging from simple mustaches to the “Ann” of Ann Arbor, the Austin-based, seven-piece band wove every sad story on their discography into a saga of forgiving and moving on.