For Sam Harris, frontman of Ithaca-based pop-rock band X Ambassadors, being back on the road for the first time in two years has been, above all, a relief.
Through music and conversation, Brooklyn Rider began their three-performance series with a meditative and engaging night of music.
After spending recent years dealing with homophobic attacks, Lil Nas X finally takes back all the power society has stripped from him, a mission that is evident in the album’s meaningful lyrics, inventive sonic composition, and overall aesthetic.
Inspired by the groundbreaking jazz composer Miles Davis’ melancholic studio album “Kind of Blue,” KINDA BLUE is a new singer-songwriter with a distinct flair reminiscent of Davis’ stylistic innovations.
Giveon's new track, “For Tonight,” is the first single off of his upcoming debut album. Unfortunately, it doesn’t really deliver.
Mitski is nothing if not a master of amplification through recursion, of making us sing along to the suffocating passage of time.
Phoebe Bridgers' Sept. 27 Boston concert toed the line between heartbreaking and energizing, showcasing her brand of aestheticized nihilism.
As country devolves into a greasy mimicry of pop music, Charley Crockett and his peers keep country’s soul alive with the waltzes, ballads, and steel guitar picking that made it a genre foundational to American music today.
Amidst the clamor of rap’s heavy-hitters, Simz’s homage to the underdog rises to the top and serves as a masterclass for any aspiring (or established) artist on how to turn beats and sounds into a work of art.