To keep the spookiness going this season, music columnist Hannah Weaver SC ’24 recommends 18-year-old Elliott Fullam’s debut album.
Music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24 explains how “Chloë and the Next 20th Century” is not only a sonically dazzling album, but also a turning point for Father John Misty.
“One Twice Melody” exemplifies the brilliance of Beach House by blending experimentation and consistency, writes music columnist Nicholas Black PO ’24.
“Red (Taylor’s Version)” allows Swift to reconceptualize and reclaim her work, argues music columnist Ava Hinz SC ’25.
Remi Wolf’s debut album bursts with colorful visuals and energetic melodies while exploring a range of emotions, writes music columnist Ava Hinz SC ’25.
Lorde’s third album “Solar Power” marks a refreshing beginning of a happier Lorde, writes Barbara Norton PO ’25.
Music columnist Ava Hinz SC ’25 explains how Kanye West’s unique release of “Donda” signals a possible shift away from traditional album releases.
Julien Baker’s new album “Little Oblivions” is emotional and musical maturation in song form, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 says. Read more here.
Although “Surf Trap” is the first album for Felly under a major record label, he does not reinvent himself in his latest release, but rather matures as an artist while keeping the fun, youthful elements of his music alive. “Surf Trap” is a compilation that proves Felly knows himself, knows