Scott is questioning the life she chose, or more appropriately the life she has on this record, and that seems to be the overarching theme on this record.
The lineup at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival was impressive to say the least and important to say the most.
The lineup this year at Pitchfork is probably one of the best I’ve seen (last year’s was pretty darn good too). Solange, Cherry Glazerr, Mitski, A Tribe Called Quest, Angel Olsen just to name a few. These names are pretty well known in the college radio sphere, but here are a few of the artists…
Female musicians are now the driving force for the art and music world like never before, detailing each new project in eras–a term recently used to describe an album’s aesthetic for that time.
Tennis have carefully curated their image and sound and on their latest effort it seems they have it down pat. Dreamy synth pop reminiscent of 1970s disco era, but with a melancholy undertone only the millennial age can understand.
A fantastic effort from the new expert of avant-pop. Not her best work (“Vroom Vroom”) but still very very good.
Sampha’s Process is an exciting work of art. It’s an invitation into his world of bedroom recording and it is an exploration of what goes through his mind when he makes music.
In this installment of FAS, PR Director Annie Skertic discusses The Smashing Pumpkins’ 1993 album, Siamese Dream.
In the second installment of our video series, Favorite Albums Sessions, Web Content Director Mary Luncsford discusses her love of The Avett Brothers’ 2007 release, Emotionalism.
These are the songs that have been playing as my soundtrack this past week–explaining my mood better than I can in words.