Staffer Hannah Ratliff has been a fan of The Strokes since the seventh grade. Their latest album was different than their older work, but the new 80s feel wasn’t a total letdown.
Staffers James Simmons and Morgan Krakow share ways to diversify their music.
Resident Boy Band expert Kim Hoedel gives you the low-down on One Direction’s newest album “Take Me Home”
Staffer reviews highly anticipated album from music star Taylor Swift
Seniors’ music career leads them to the Grammys.
G.O.O.D. Music label’s collaborative album doesn’t reach as far as it could, but leaves a good outlook for the future.
East-based band Local Talk opened a concert at Starlight Theatre on June 28. This was the largest and most professional venue the band has played at since it was formed.
Pop song-writer Jason Mraz’s new album Love Is a Four Letter Word provides peaceful but unenergetic tracks to listen to.
Staff boy band expert Kim Hoedel lets you in on the secrets to the success of the newest sensation in pop music, One Direction and simultaneously reviews their album.
“The Hunger Games” companion album “The Hunger Games (Songs From District 12 and Beyond)” proves to be as stunning as the film and books as it displays a wide array of artists and a skillful use of songwriting.
“Break it Yourself” takes Bird’s tried-and-true of lighthearted lyrical manipulation and twists it just enough to make it stand out. The general glean of the record is sobering when compared to his earlier work, not only because it is easier to comprehend, but because it has a dark and downtrodden tone to it.
Ingrid Michaelson is most well known for her charming tunes like “The Way I Am,” “Be OK” and “Everybody.” She strums her ukulele, hums during the choruses features and handclaps in the background. The 32-year-old indie-pop singer/songwriter released her fifth album “Human Again” on Jan. 24, but the majority of the 15 songs on the album are not her signature smooth sound.