Earl Sweatshirt Steadies His Feelings on ‘Feet of Clay’

Four years ago, in the midst of the album rollout for his 2015 project “I Don’t Like Sh-t, I Don’t Go Outside,” Earl Sweatshirt expressed his disdain for record label hype machines, illuminating the...

Jackie Paladino — The Therapy in Songwriting

From training to become a classical pianist to working with Grammy-nominated producer Ill Factor, Tisch sophomore Jackie Paladino has quite a distinguished musical career. She balances her musical theater major and acting gigs with...

Tyler, the Creator’s Grinch Steals Christmas

The rapper’s remake of the iconic Grinch theme song is meaner than ever.

Lily Allen returns with NYC show

Following a brief absence from the music scene, Lily Allen has catapulted herself back onto the pop charts. No longer the seemingly carefree and precocious young adult, Allen has settled down — she is...

I Tried … Coachella

Sun rays radiated through the atmosphere and landed upon the shoulders, backs and nipples of the near-naked human beings frolicking in the middle of the California desert. Littered with rainbow buildings and crash-landed airplanes,...

NYU’s Mystery Concert surprises with a variety of artists

By Zane Warman Marking the midway point for the first week of classes, the annual Mystery Concert at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts offered the student body a pleasant break from work...

Q&A: Daye Jack Is Hip-Hop’s Next Big Thing

There are endless ways to apply a computer science degree, but kick-starting your music career and getting signed by the venerable Max Martin (who’s produced music for names like Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande)...

The Hits Kept Coming at ‘Joint Jams’

The lights were low but the energy was high at the Bowery Electric this past Thursday as four bands and artists with NYU roots took the stage for a “Joint Jams” showcase in honor...

‘Booty’ objectifies women

While Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea probably intended for “Booty” to be a body-positive response to Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” it falls flat as a feminist anthem. The song is about how great it is...

The Killers Kill the Garden

The Killers headlined the famed Madison Square Garden on Friday, Jan. 12 for the concert of a lifetime. “It's no secret that we love coming to ,” frontman Brandon Flowers told the audience. “This...

Adele Performs Soulful Confessions

“I love Beyonce as much as I love my son. But really, I need to get tickets to her show.” It’s not often that Grammy-winning singers bless us with personal anecdotes during their concerts,...

Tinashe’s ‘Songs for You’ Is the Artist’s True Debut Album

Tinashe’s “Songs for You” is by far the closest the pop singer has come to establishing a concrete sound. Since she released “2 On” in 2014, it seems as if her musical identity has...
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