In a time where rap is dominated by single artists and groups have fallen by the wayside, Migos manages to defy expectations and carve out their space as a trio. Instead of celebrating that, this quiz will tell you what individual Migo you are- Quavo, Offset, or Takeoff.
I’m taking a week off of saying extremely divisive things about music, so I’m going to make a list of some music you might enjoy.
This Thursday through Sunday, WIUX will be covering its first ever Moogfest!
Enjoy this playlist at the beach, in the park, or any time you’re missing that oddly comfortable white couch in our living room.
I have never gotten this excited for an album before.
It’s time to make a formal acknowledgment of those artists and people that have shaped my musical journey throughout college.
Have no fear: your weekly Migos report is here!
When you’re thinking about Sufjan Stevens as an artist, what albums do you think the words, “Now that’s classic Sufjan”? Illinois? Michigan? Carrie & Lowell? (If you’re bold) The BQE? I don’t think those are; I think the most Sufjan album must be Age of Adz.
It was indie dreamboat Ezra Koenig’s birthday, and the master musician also happens to be a Twitter master.
“Let Me Out” contains features from both Pusha T and Mavis Staples, and when the two are put together, they flourish.