This week’s Mysteries in Media examines the nature of evil and addiction in two songs.
Intriguing visuals in Kygo’s ‘It Ain’t Me’ music video, though engaging, ultimately do not yield any sense of fluidity or purposefulness.
The University Wind Ensemble presented an evening of internationally-inspired music with an abundance of energy and immense talent.
John Mayer’s ‘The Search for Everything’ contains all the bluesy, thoughtful, and rolling sounds fans have been accustomed to over the years. Despite this Mayer still finds ways to innovate slightly and infect our heads with his lyricism.
This summer sees many artists, like HAIM, Halsey, and Beck, coming back with big anticipated releases. As a result the summer of 2017 is shaping up to be a season full of hits and potential classics.
This week’s Mysteries in Media focuses on the ending of ‘The Lobster’ and the meaning of ‘Coconut.’
Sometimes a concise, uninterrupted image can be just as complex as a lively, dynamic one. Folk rock artist Keaton Henson details this idea in his beautifully simple ‘Epilogue’ music video.
Justin Bieber invade the Latin music world, Lady Gaga disappoints, and Frank Ocean stuns with Jay Z in ‘Biking’ in eclectic singles this week.
Fans will love the Cold War Kids’ ‘LA Divine,’ which represents their stellar songwriting and blues rock sound with a reflective and authentic album.
In the first volume of the Mysteries in Media series, Assoc. Editor Schick explores what Meat Loaf won’t do for love and who Carly Simon thinks is so vain.