Arts and Entertainment
By Talia Arcasoy, Madeline Hutchinson
Singer and instrumentalist Laufey offers a fresh perspective on modern jazz with the release of Bewitched, her second full-length album.
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By Benson Chen
Olivia Rodrigo doubles down on SOUR’s angst on GUTS.
By Olivia Callahan
Everything Is Alive doesn’t merely extend Slowdive’s discography—it redefines it.
In the ever-shifting
By Somerset Seidenberg
At the Tanglewood Music Festival, music lovers basked in the beauty of the Berkshire countryside as they listened to Prokofiev’s Fifth Symphony and Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major.
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By Madeline Hutchinson
This summer has led alternative artists to reflect on their careers due to creating projects of varying successes.
By Sofia Hernandez
An analysis of Leith Ross’s artistic style, and a review of their debut album, To Learn, released May 19, 2023.
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By Kostantina Tsahalis
A deep dive into the country music that everyone seems to hate.
By Brandon Phillips
Violin teachers in the Starling-DeLay Symposium prove that teaching can be just as creative as the music they play.
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
The Arts & Entertainment Department may not always agree on the most talented artists or most iconic musical masterpieces, but there is one thing we all agree on: a “perfect” album is hard to come by. Here are the works that meet our standard of “perfect.”
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That! Feels Good! is a concise and rambunctious epilogue to its 2020 predecessor, What’s Your Pleasure?.
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By Tessa Kolovarsky
Frank Ocean’s abrupt cancellation of his highly-anticipated week two Coachella performances lead to fan disappointment and concerns over his mental health.
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Three powerhouses of the indie rock genre combine their talent across three masterful, albeit disjointed, singles.
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By Adele Bois, Roxy Perazzo
Remembering some of 2013’s best albums.
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By Brandon Phillips, Zoe Buff
Music teachers at The Mannes School of Music go on strike to protest new policy.
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An exploration of the viola’s role in the music world—and the jokes that come with it.
By Galen Jack
Navy Blue’s major label debut, Ways of Knowing, is a consistent narrative success, but musically a mixed bag.
The up-and-coming teen band, Autumn Rhythm, shares insight into the humanity and community behind their new album, Joy For Tomorrow.
By Zoe Buff, Brandon Phillips
The story of how the talented young musicians of NYYS won a Grammy award.
Desire, I Want To Turn Into You is Caroline Polachek’s triumphant and daring return.
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By Theodore Yochum, Levi Simon
James Murphy’s LCD Soundsystem celebrates its twentieth anniversary in concert.
By Raaita Anwar
Taylor Swift is undeniably one of the most popular artists of our time, and with the rise of Gen-Z pop artists like Olivia Rodrigo and Conan Gray, her influence is more apparent than ever.
By Santino Suarez
Green face paint has never looked better!
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By Zoe Buff
A profile on the three soloists in the first Senior Spotlight orchestra concert.
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The history of pop punk and why the word “punk” isn’t an accurate description of the genre.
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By Luca Adeishvili
Despite setbacks in song length and writing quality, King Gizzard manages to offer a delectable, multifaceted musical experience through its three October releases.
By Kaeden Ruparel
The 1975 have returned with one of their best albums yet, as they flaunt great musical growth but also preserve the genre-defying identity that has garnered their dedicated following.
By Manlio Singh
Drake takes the foreground throughout an inconsistent collaboration album.
By Alexander Hinchliffe
Quadeca creates an incredible sonic experience in his newest project, “I Didn’t Mean To Haunt You,” telling the story of a ghost watching his past life slip out of view.
A review of Noah Kahan’s new album, Stick Season, and the Northeastern influence within it.
By Eleanor Leung, Lianne Ohayon
12:00 a.m. has never been this controversial.
By Lucien Clough
Three album reviews from three definitive names in three separate genres.
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By Phoebe Buckwalter
The teen sensation proves she is no one-hit wonder.
The Living Gallery’s September 18 concert was a showcase of raw local talent and fantastic rock bands.
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An interview with violinist Randall Goosby, an up-and-coming musician aiming to diversify audiences of classical music.
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The story of rapper PnB Rock’s growth and achievements prior to his sudden death on September 12, 2022.
Three highly anticipated hip-hop albums, “The Forever Story,” “Cheat Codes,” and “2000,” were recently released to varying success.
Peter Hook’s Joy Division tribute show conjures melancholic retrospection
By Roxy Perazzo, Vita Kirschtein
A review of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on its “Unlimited Love” tour.
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The country star’s latest album finds her smiling through the heartbreak.
By Nicole Liu
“Never Have I Ever”’s highly anticipated third season is full of lighthearted banter and cute romantic moments sprinkled with genuine depictions of teenage struggles in all of its angsty glory.