California-native Thebe Kgositsile, better known by his stage name, Earl Sweatshirt was just 16 years old when he joined Tyler The Creator’s burgeoning hip-hop collective, Odd Future.
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The days are becoming shorter, and sweaters are coming off of their hangers as we head into another pandemic holiday season.
The time has come for you to find your most luxurious pair of leather shoes and pour your finest bottle of red wine as you prepare to experience An Evening With Silk Sonic.
When Snail Mail released its debut album Lush in 2018, it took the indie world by storm. On the album, guitarist and singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, the frontwoman of the project, wailed of heartbreak and queer relationships over illustrious guitars and unforgettable melodies.
As we wave our costumes and confections a reluctant goodbye, we look forward to all that comes with the month of November. Thanksgiving, another month of the picturesque Athens fall and of course — a whole month of new music.
While we all love to mope around on a fall night to the haunting yet intimate body of work that is Phoebe Bridgers’ discography, it’s always good to change it up and maybe even do the unthinkable: listen to someone that wasn’t in Boygenius.
Concluding a year that included collaborations with Justin Bieber and Kanye West, Travis Scott-protégé Don Toliver has released his much-anticipated sophomore full length LP, Life of a Don.
Oh, you got plans? As a matter of fact, I do. On Nov. 12, I will be occupied because Silk Sonic finally announced their long-awaited debut album’s release date.
After smashing countless records and tearing down numerous social barriers, internet icon turned pop-rap star Lil Nas X has released his long-awaited debut full-length LP, Montero.