Halsey’s newest video gives us glimpse into her psyche.
SOPHIE is glitzy, SOPHIE is glamorous, and her masterpiece OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UNINSIDES is consistently unpredictable, organically artificial.
It’s a shame that four individually strong artists had to come together to bring attention to women’s contributions to country music, because the excellence this supergroup demonstrates is nothing new.
This is the kind of music made for ripping down a western highway in the early hours of the morning. It’s slick, it’s greasy and, most importantly, it’s fresh.
Whether intentional or not, In the Morse Code of Brake Lights holds on tightly to The New Pornographer’s trademark high-spirited, merry music-making.
Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and newest member Matt Skiba are all in their mid-to-upper 40s, and they’re still singing about the same shit.
This kind of divergence from Lauv’s previous releases will leave listeners in anticipation for some more of these positive feelings.
Tyler the Creator's newest music video is a visual masterpiece.
The tracks range from pleasant yet largely uneventful to interminable.
Sharing music with your peers is something that’s really special, and I think that no matter what your music sounds like, it deserves to be heard. That’s what these house shows are for.