Meg Hopkins discusses MARINA’s new album, which touches on political and more personal issues, while maintaining her characteristic style.
Joseph Geldman discusses Japanese Breakfast’s new album, delving into its emotional depths and instrumental comparisons.
Katharine Spurrier reviews Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album “Sour”, which has taken the charts by storm.
As part of the ‘Revisiting the Classics’ series, Ben Holden talks about Pulp, one of the key players in the Britpop movement.
Jennifer Goodier reviews Twenty One Pilots’ new album.
Phoebe Savage reviews the newest album of Voronoi, a progressive jazz-metal band.
Gloria Morey looks at the discography of Aurora, the artist behind the smash hit “Runaway”.
Katharine Spurrier and Georgia Austin review “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”, exploring the impact that this rerecording has and how it compares to the original.
Toby Anderson reviews Lana Del Rey’s latest studio album, detailing its musical qualities and the ways in which it represents Lana’s personal thoughts.
Noah Cohen-Greenberg introduces us to the singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and explains why he deserves more recognition.