Album Review: G-Eazy switches up his style with latest indie-alternative project, ‘Everything's Strange Here’
The camp spans over six weeks with focuses in theater, dance and music.
6pc Hot EP is yet another beyond impressive performance from 6lack.
The artist surprised listeners last month with some tracks exposing his singing voice and officially dropped an entire album, revealing the indie-alternative side to him.
This is a step in the right direction from its sophomore LP, Natural, Everyday Degradation, but there still isn’t anything too exceptional here.
The playlists perfect when sunbathing, sitting poolside, hosting a “darty” or driving with the windows down.
Mike Kinsella did no wrong on his 10th LP under his one-man show.
The Irish ensemble creates yet another emotionally charged album full of relatable and soft-sounding tracks.
This was even harder than it looks.
The album is fun, trusting and, most importantly, discusses relevant issues through something everybody can enjoy: lively music with praiseworthy vocals.
Lizard McGee will appear on ABC’s Holey Moley.
The British quartet released its worst album to date, but it still holds plenty of gems.
A perfect album to lift spirits during these troubling times.
It is seemingly ungenuine with jam packed, distracting back beats and an unusual amount of autotune.
Lil Durk shows his openness to discuss his personal experiences along with issues that continue to corrupt America.
Don’t go into this album thinking you’re going to hear Hayley Williams from Paramore. She and this Williams aren’t the same, and that’s OK.
The disrespect on Drake’s name lately is hushed by his latest mixtape.
The duo released a lyric video to go with the song.
Only a handful of people can make this ethereal sound work. Hazel English is among them.
The film is a love letter to their fans and their experience as brothers.
Lennon Stella delivers flawless vocals on Three. Two. One, a project in which she shares both relationship problems and effects of growing up as a child star.