Based on the lineups already released, it’s clear that, for another year in a row, there is a gender imbalance in festival lineups. Men continue to make up the majority of the coveted top headlining slots at festivals and women’s names are scarcely seen in the larger fonts.
Kanye West exists as a polarizing figure whose talent and alleged genius is always being debated. Nevertheless, through this new album cycle for Jesus is King, a new debate has arisen — whether his declared Christianity is legitimate.
Harry is definitely the Beyoncé of One Direction.
Northbound is arguably at the highpoint of their career. Their highly anticipated second album, Soul Kiss, was released on November 22. They are currently on a twenty-date tour across the United States with renowned pop-punk bands Simple Plan, State Champs and We The Kings, gaining more and more fans as the days go by.
Vaporwave. An internet “microgenre,” ill-defined as lazy, unimportant, slowed-down elevator music, embodies the outlook of millennials, Generation Z and even some of the more disillusioned members of earlier postmodernity.
I’m a huge rap fan and an avid listener, but I can’t help but cringe when I hear certain played-out bars delivered as if they never existed. They might be catchy, convenient and very accessible to the average listener, but it gets old quickly.
I was in middle school the first time I heard LCD Soundsystem. They were on the Step Brothers soundtrack, and “North American Scum” blared during the opening credits in the iconic scene where Will Ferrel’s and John C. Reilly’s characters meet. I was drawn to the synths and cheeky lyrics of James Murphy pretty much immediately.
Tyler, the Creator’s New York stop on his IGOR tour was a sold-out, must-see event for fans of the self-proclaimed “leader of the new school.”
It seems like Steve Lacy floats through his life with luck on his side. How else could such fortuitous circumstances grace him? He joined The Internet at the…