Art House, Cashmere Cat, and The Chainsmokers all have new singles this week.
Jamiroquai remains at the forefront of innovation as it creates an excellent collection of jazz, funk, and fun in ‘Automaton.’
Though many enjoy listening to music for its ability to make dull situations more fun, it can also deaden our feelings to the world around us as we insulate ourselves in a soundtrack.
BC bOp! delivered a night of heartfelt, snazzy songs that showcased the range of musical variety and immense talent of everyone in the group.
Juice continues to electrify audiences even in the most dreary of times as it took the stage at the Brighton Music Hall with a jam-packed set-list.
The 2017 ‘Sing It to the Heights’ winner Tonye Ikoli, MCAS ’17, talks artistic influences, inspiration, and preparation with the Acoustics.
Zayn assures us that leaving One Direction was for the best with ‘Still Got Time,’ while Parisian Foutaine de lait puzzles with ‘Camille’ in singles this week
Though the feelings used are simple, the universality of Mura Masa’s ‘1 Night’ is sure to leave an impression on those who share the forlorn feelings therein.
Conor Oberst is able to formulate an album that impresses on multiple levels as collaboration brings out bony sound and pitted sadness from the talented artist.
Machine Gun Kelly falls short in ‘At My Best,’ Frank Ocean brands himself as strong as ‘Chanel,’ and Leo Kaylan definitely leaves listeners feeling right, this week in singles.