This year, as part of an annual tradition, we’re sharing our favorite songs of the summer. We’re a little late this time, but considering the concept of time has lost all meaning in 2020, we’re going ahead with it anyway. In a remarkably bad time, these songs brought us solace and comfort, and we hope they’ll do the same for you.
Brevity is clearly a theme on the singer’s debut, entitled What Could Possibly Go Wrong. The album has a Ramones-like conciseness to it — it clocks in at only 34 minutes long. Still, it’s enough time for Fike to sing about a variety of topics, all while developing a sound that’s a mix of modern pop and alternative rock.
Harry is definitely the Beyoncé of One Direction.
Photographed by @johndot.one on Instagram On May 16th, The NYC-based rapper Orrin released his self-titled album. On it, he comes with a compilation of egotism, catchy hooks, clever wordplay, subtle wisdom, and a touch of debauchery. The album is weaved…
What if there was an entire dictionary for the words that people use (or make up) to describe how a particular piece of music sounds. “Angular” is my go-to (I wince a little bit every time I use it). Stringing…
“7” is the first Beach House album that has featured live drums throughout, adding an anchor to these elements that glide around effortlessly. Add a surprisingly reverb-less acoustic guitar as featured in “Lose Your Smile” and a punchy synth loop in the more unfamiliar “Black Car,” and a new standard gets built for what we can expect from the band.
The two and a half hour-long, super-packed and filled to the brim installment offers nonstop action and new character exchanges that comic book fans could have only dreamt of a decade ago, when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) first starred as Iron Man.
Are you ready for a new season of The Walking Dead?
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