Lucas Colbert-Carreiro '15 gives Frank Ocean's debut studio album, Channel Orange, top marks, praising its emotional lyrics and varied arrangements.
Clio Chang '14 commends Childish Gambino's latest mixtape, Royalty, an eclectic collection of star-heavy tracks from the 28-year-old prolific prodigy.
The Sun talked on the phone with Josiah Wolf, drummer and multi-instrumentalist for indie-rock-hip-hop group, WHY?, on the benefits of solo work, swearing and piracy.
The big names rocked Bonnaroo, but Dan Robbins '13 offers five newcomers who stole the show.
Ithaca's diehard hip-hop fans were out in full force on Sunday night. Patrick Cambre '12 was among them.
Race, space and place collide in the music of Wu-Tang Clan frontman GZA, as Patrick Cambre '12 finds out.
In this week's instalment of This Album Will Change Your Life, Patrick Cambre '12 tells us why he's hooked on People Under the Stairs’ magnum opus O.S.T.
James Rainis discusses the scourge of bro-rap, authenticity, machismo posturing and cutting people a break because, c'mon, it's all in good fun.
James Rainis discusses some sweet collaborative efforts, including cuts from Heavenly, Silver Jews and UGK. (Okay, Kanye and The Beatles make the list, too...)
Tha Carter IV underwhelms amidst mounting anticipation. Or, as the Soup Nazi would tell you: "No comeback record for you!"