In this week’s music column, Ella Boyd SC ’22 reviews Jenny Hval’s album “The Practice of Love,” praising it for its soulful lyrics and multi-faceted portrayal of love. “Hval reminds us that love does not always need to be an extravagant, ring-on-the-finger, mind-blowing, orgasmic, romantic experience. Love can be mundane, and still be beautiful and just as worthwhile.”
In this week’s music column, Kyla Walker PO ’22 discusses the relevance of formal education in music composition. She writes, “The absence of music theory should not invalidate [modern] artists’ work.”
JPEGMAFIA’s boundary-pushing music channels humor and poeticism, earning him the label of “genre-defying noisemaker.”
The bassline recaps the musicality and origins of Abbey Road, The Beatles’ last group album, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
“Still Summer In The Projects” may be 03 Greedo’s last release for a while as he is currently in jail for drug and gun possession.
YBN Cordae released two music videos for his new song, bringing up the question of how important visual artistry is to enjoying music.
Coachella is known worldwide for its lineups of popular and successful artists, but political conflict abounds with the festival.
The return of warm weather means that people are returning to the pool. Here’s my list of song suggestions to meet your group vibes.
Kari Faux’s latest release, “CRY 4 HELP,” presents a vulnerability and compassion that is often missing from music.
Rostam Batmanglij left Vampire Weekend to pursue his own identity, and he has since learned to acknowledge endings and embrace complexities.