“I want to be undeniable,” Buck said. “In my comedy and my podcast and who I am, I want to prove that I am supposed to be doing this.”
An uncanny ability to unite the worlds of pop culture, hip-hop, and fashion has made West Coast design powerhouse Blazzy one to watch.
Heckler calls her genre “Hot Girl Emo.” “It's a little feminist, It's a little funky, and unlike anything you've ever heard,” the singer said. “All tie it up with a little bow led by electric violin.”
But the intimacy that Odell crafted with his audience was not limited to his songs about heartbreak. Rather, it held steady even in his more upbeat, uplifting songs.
Now, Farmer studies voice and songwriting at Berklee College of Music here in Boston. But, by her own account, she’s still learning how to better her craft.
Ferrell gave a stunning performance at the Sinclair to a crowd of perhaps the highest concentration of plaid, beards, cowboy hats, and overalls in recent Cambridge history.
Although he had already begun releasing self-written solo songs and collaborations under the name eaJ in 2020, “Car Crash,” which he shared on April 8, is his official solo debut.
Even more important than simply being another song to listen to, Lizzo’s new track brings the needed conversation about mental health into the music industry.
Dressed in a pink, all-leather cowboy get-up (complete with his initials emblazoned on the back of his pants), Harry Styles emerged from beneath the Coachella mainstage like a vision.
Home footage from Daniel Caesar’s childhood and recent years flashed across the screen, immediately establishing an atmosphere of nostalgia and innocence.
The “Green Light” singer didn’t set aside her older music — despite how much her sound has evolved over the years — but was rather spurred on by it.
Yardfest brought together the Harvard community in a way that only live music can, reminding students to take a break from work and simply have fun.
Even seven years after the song’s initial release, its timeless message lives on: What better time to celebrate life than right now?
“psychofreak” feels more like a loop than a developed song. This is unfortunate, considering both the song’s gentle driving beat and melodic sound design have a great deal of potential.
A quietly resolute statement of bravery written for the upcoming TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel “Conversations with Friends,” Bridgers’ latest work rises to the forefront of her discography both on its own and in dialogue with her previous output.
The serene but emotional way with which Weber delivers his ruminations on familiar topics allows for open connection between him and his listeners.