The Oxford band’s third album dispenses with personality in favor of bland trap pop.
For an hour and a half, Blu examines himself on Miles, trying to understand who he is and where he comes from.
If the first set was all about reminding us the breadth and depth of the talent in Billy Strings’ combo, the second set was all about dynamics and power.
What lies beyond COVID-19 for the arts community?
Phoebe Bridgers has crafted a disc filled with pristine, meditative songs that carry a brutal emotional weight.
A by-the-carload ticket gets you a spot in the Tupelo Music Hall parking lot and an empty space next to it.
Too many hip-hop artists stick to defined lanes, but Run the Jewels aspire to run rampant, with a growing sophistication as well as heart, wit, and rage.
Charli has successfully dramatized her impatiently jagged state of mind, supplying an emotionally honest stream of consciousness that suggests what she (and no doubt many others of her generation) is feeling and thinking in quarantine.
“As artists, it’s our obligation to keep going. I really believe we have to push for the world to open up again.”
Musical theater giant Stephen Sondheim turned 90 on March 22, and Stevie Wonder—for my money, the greatest popular music composer of the last 60 years—turned 70 on May 13.