Nora Markey, Wesleyan University
The singer’s latest album, an unexpected surprise from isolation, is an ode to storytelling with empathetic lyrics and mystical sounds.
Emma T., UC Berkeley
With her new album, many listeners had hoped the artist would create music that cemented her genius. Instead, fans were left underwhelmed.
Michelle Young, Simon Fraser University
In spite of an overly-loose concept, the album immerses listeners into a world of aggressive electronic beats and ethereal vocals.
Lauren Buchko, Michigan State University
She entered the spotlight in 2013 but has since taken a break from the public eye. Is the New Zealand singer about to make a comeback?
Music is often categorized into rigid genres but here are some artists who are crafting distinctive styles.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
Charli XCX’s new album displays her trademark style, but is a bit derivative of her older work.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
The electropop duo revisits their past with their second full-length release of the year.
The musician’s latest release reframes our issues as an opportunity for self-improvement, rather than an excuse for self-pity.
Hot girl summer isn’t over yet. Keep the energy going with these jams.
Meet Blood Cultures, the elusive electro-pop band that aims to play with your nostalgia.
Isador Pinto, Ringling College of Art + Design
Straight out of the forests of Norway, Aurora puts a violent twist on environmentalism and what it means to be a woman on her latest release.
Indigo Holmes, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Throw on some SHAED.
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