King Krule Falls Into Space on the Subway

Why is King Krule screaming? That is, if he is screaming, what, when or for whom is he crying out? King Krule’s third studio album, “Man Alive!,” is the artist’s latest exhibition of turmoil and...

The End of the World Beckons Pop’s Death

Recent releases by artists rising in popularity who might’ve been considered fringe artists a mere three years ago like — Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, Rico Nasty, King Krule, Grimes and Charli XCX — point...

Weekly Radio Roundup: Feb. 22 – Feb. 28

A wave of lovely strangeness prevails in this week’s edition of Weekly Radio Roundup. From The Weeknd’s latest late-night atmospheric melody to the airy sounds of The 1975’s most recent meditation on friendship, strangeness...

Moses Sumney’s Maximalist Album Radiates With a Spectrum of Meanings

Moses Sumney has seductively introduced the first half of “græ,” his potent dissertation on ambiguity, race and gender binaries, in an avant-garde brew of equally poetic lyrics and spoken word. Following his 2017 debut...

Chief Keef and Roddy Ricch Orchestrate Chaos for Happiness’ Sake

To mosh means to dance violently to harsh noise. Chief Keef and Roddy Ricch’s performance at V100 made students mosh. Hard. It became clear from the beginning that V100’s latest event wasn’t a mere concert...

Grimes’ ‘Miss Anthropocene’ Declares Oblivion

“Miss Anthropocene” mirrors the pace of one’s thoughts at 4 a.m. The first track on the album, “So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth,” feels like a whirlwind of energy and other misplaced emotions....

Post Malone’s Runaway Tour Brings Powerful Energy to New Jersey

With Post Malone coming out as the most-streamed artist of 2019 on Spotify, it’s not a surprise that fans rushed to attend his Runaway Tour, chanting “Posty” in-between songs as fireworks and loud bangs...

Seventh Avenue Sophomore Takes Top Prize at Ultra Violet Live Competition

Students braved freezing weather up to an hour before Ultra Violet Live began for tickets in a line that stretched down LaGuardia Place. “This is nothing,” Tisch first-year Nora Lullo told WSN, brushing off...

Justin Bieber Reached His Apex, It’s Not ‘Changes’

When Justin Bieber took to the Coachella stage last April as a surprise performer and promised that his album would be coming soon, he was met with roaring applause from fans who had been...

Canadian Artist Haviah Mighty Represents Strong Women in the Rap Game

Canadian rap artist Haviah Mighty is shaking up the music industry in Canada with her latest album “13th Floor.” Drawing from her experience as a black woman growing up in Toronto, Mighty’s lyrics focus...

Weekly Radio Roundup: Feb. 14 – Feb. 21

For a week leading up to the releases of the new music from King Krule and Arca, there was also a beautiful bouquet of singles ranging from the likes of Grimes to The Strokes....

Jackson Craig Delivers a Groovy Performance at Mercury Lounge

Clive Davis first-year Jackson Craig graced the Mercury Lounge stage on Wednesday, Feb. 12 clad in a fuzzy orange jacket and red-tinted John Lennon glasses. It was very fourth-grade-Halloween of him, and it absolutely...
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