When you listen to some of Elizabeth Cotten’s songs, you’re listening to songs that she wrote as a very young girl and sang for others only years later, as an older woman.
And that’s how you expand the genre. You give people something concrete and meaningful to grab onto. You give them a reason to want to listen.
Sorority Noise let us know that it’s OK to struggle and mess up, but they also taught us the importance of self-love and self-forgiveness.
The album seems like a conglomeration of ’80s EDM samples produced tightly into a singular identity.
Regardless of your opinions on Swift and her snake-like tendencies, you have to feel a little happy for her.
With “There’s a Reason,” Wet proves themselves as new and improved.
Aged only 18 and already set to perform at Coachella this year, Jordan and company have been turning heads since 2017.
In regards to music, I was a late bloomer.
While Hardy does not showcase much vocal range, her incredibly soothing, rather restrained voice is given a wider variety of tones and textures to explore.
Niemisto makes his creativity known as he pulls apart melodies, deconstructs tempos — ingenuity reverberates with every measured, hypnotic beat.