The Las Vegas based alternative rock outfit returns from its 2011 effort Vices & Virtues with Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!
The band’s second studio album is another solid effort, but the tracks fail to stand out.
The Arctic Monkeys return after a seven year hiatus with fresh sounds on a new album that ranks alongside the band’s best work.
The title of Georgia-based indie outfit Deerhunter’s sixth full length LP, Monomania, was borne as a reflection of frontman Bradford Cox’s obsessive traits, specifically in regards to music: in a 2011 interview with Rolling Stone Magazine, Cox stated “I guess my time as a musician has gone by so fast that I realized that I have […]
Things are starting to get hectic here on campus as the semester begins to wind down. Last-minute assignments and studying for finals are taking up everybody’s time, and it feels like someone is shafting us by stealing hours out of the day when no one’s looking. In this semester’s coda, most of us are just […]
A good song is like a good book — both are able to transport you to a totally awesome world of wonder and impossibility … at least for a few minutes. The best songs are the ones in which you can actually feel the energy, the mystery or the fun of what the artist is […]
The electro-pop-duo Brandon and Leah recently released its first EP Cronies.
The Gould School of Law has online archives of music copyright cases since 1845.
Even though bands create their images based on a certain sound or by conquering a particular genre, it’s always good to shake things up a bit. Experimenting with different music styles is always a risky endeavor, though, since no one — neither the band nor the audience — truly knows how the experiment will turn […]
Influence is a curious phenomenon that takes form in so many different ways in music. It’s impossible to say that there is even one song in music history that has had no influence whatsoever. And even if a band was pioneering in its genre style or musical sound, the fact is that people, as individuals, […]