Arielle Cruz '15 came to The Haunt last Friday to see indie group Maps & Atlases but left with the tunes (and smile!) of headliner Jukebox the Ghost dancing in her head.
James Rainis '14 recounts the aesthetically beautiful and borderline spiritual experience that was Bon Iver's Monday night concert at Cooperstown.
The xx's brand of spacey, nocturnal music returns for a sophomore LP, Coexist. However, this safer effort leaves James Rainis '14 a little cold.
Aer's music is feel good music. Zach Reisler '14 takes a walk on the wide side with the young but formidable hip-hop-reggae duo at The Haunt on Friday.
James Rainis '14 gets nostalgic about being a high school music nerd. 2012's new releases brings on a wave of déjà vu.
David Byrne and St. Vincent, two legendary artists from different generations, fuse their talents in one pretty awesome collaboration album, asserts Kai Sam Ng '14.
With its last album, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Animal Collective was at the top of the world. James Rainis '14 breaks the unfortunate news: Centipede Hz brings the group back to Earth.
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.
Under a sizzling sun and buckets of rain, Rebecca Harris '14 absorbed amazing performances from a diverse set of bands at Montreal's Osheaga 2012 Music Festival.
Day 2 of Governors Ball, a two-year-old music festival located on New York City's sunny Randall's Island, was a relaxing, blissful experience punctuated by tight sets from seasoned musical acts that had little new material to promote.