Ever since they were born from the reanimated bones of Kyuss in the late ‘90s, Queens of the Stone Age have proven themselves to be one of the world’s strongest arguments for keeping rock-n’-roll alive in the new century.
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It’s hard to say much about LCD Soundsystem that hasn’t already been said. Headed up by producer James Murphy, the band has oft been difficult to pinpoint for even the wittiest, snobbiest journalists.
Rumors of a newly released posthumous Michael Jackson album have been circulating wildly over the last couple of days. When a 15-second animated video appeared on the official Michael Jackson Twitter account, the world began preparing itself for something called Scream.
Another year, another VMA. From a show that usually gives us spectacular performances like Britney Spears performing with a giant, live python in 2001 or unexpected moments like Kanye West's infamous Taylor Swift acceptance speech hijacking in 2009, this year's awards show seemed fairly run-of-the-mill in comparison. But as always, some nominees and performers left The Forum with a heap of Moonman awards and others left disappointed and empty-handed.
The All-American Rejects and Dashboard Confessional performed on the Chevrolet Silverado Free Stage at the Indiana State Fair on Aug. 16.
The slower songsHarry Styles begins with the reverberant “Meet Me in the Hallway”, which is not a typical opening track for an album by a pop star of this magnitude.
Perfume Genius, the solo project of Seattle’s Mike Hadreas, has changed a lot since its minimalistic debut Learning in 2010.
The latest studio album by famed punk/disco group Blondie stays with you. After dutifully absorbing the 46 minutes of confusion and sheer awkwardness, one would hope that the memory of such an experience would perish from your mind.
Ten years after her linear breakthrough, The Reminder, Feist forges a masterpiece that wanders and marauds more than soars and illuminates.
Illuminate: Sensory Arts Festival 2017, hosted by Muncie EDMC and held at Be Here Now, was LITerally lit up by glow sticks, strobe lights and people’s happiness as they danced the night away to electronic dance music.
WARNING: This review quotes lyrics from the album that contain strong language. Kendrick Lamar has already earned his spot as one of the greatest rap artists of this decade with albums Good Kid, M.A.A.D City and To Pimp a Butterfly, the latter of which has become a rallying album for the Black Lives Matter movement.
House devotees got quite the shock when Darren Cunningham, AKA Actress orbited out of retirement to produce AZD, a back-to-basics record for the UK-based composer.
Pentatonix released their newest EP Volume IV, also known as “Classics”, on Friday April 7th.
When Future Islands made their network television debut on David Letterman in 2014, their performance of “Seasons (Waiting On You)” briefly brought them worldwide attention.
After the unparalleled success of 2014’s Brill Bruisers and the ominous silence that followed, few people expected to hear much from Canadian supergroup New Pornographers in 2017.
The highly anticipated and hyped Gorillaz album Humanz gained even more clarity with the release of “Let Me Out”, the fifth single to be released by the UK project since the end of March.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to know what to expect from Mastodon. Their first four albums, which were spread out across the first decade of the century, singlehandedly brought sludge metal to new heights of popularity, impressing hardcore and casual metal listeners alike.
Aimee Mann’s previous eight releases were a frustrating mirage of beauty. Though certainly effective and noteworthy in their substance, many critics claimed that the singer/songwriter was producing in the shadows of musicians much greater.
Get to know Studio BSU's latest guest: Kaylee Shahira
Phil Elverum’s solo work as a musician began under the name The Microphones in 1999. His music has never been upbeat, and it has never been straightforward.