This album goes a step further to demonstrate that even country and hip hop — seemingly polar opposites in both music and culture — can be united on the grounds of the feel-good emotions they can respectively produce.
Rosalía’s biggest contribution to the world of flamenco is creating a compelling, thoroughly modern introduction to the genre.
In her sophomore effort, Morris successfully merges electronic production and her talent for songwriting.
The track signals not a shift in the quartet’s style, but an elaboration upon the impeccable style they already possess.
X Ambassadors deliver a crisp performance, not unenjoyable to watch, but also not particularly noteworthy.
This year, Big Ticket Productions hopes to bring inclusivity into Hill Auditorium, as well provide an opportunity for relatively new artists to take the stage.
My first listen through, I really disliked this album.
However, what ultimately makes Segall’s most recent LP distinctive is the grandiose fusion between all the styles he has navigated over the past few years.
After releasing three records full of unexpected reverb and scratchy guitar strums, Pavement perfected a blend of classic rock and West Coast underground sounds on Brighten the Corners.
Blackbear is proof that singing about drugs and sex does not automatically make you cool; this is a guy who is trying way, way, too hard.