Zach Reisler '14 raves over the euphoric Vava Voom, "a filthy creative continuation of Bassnectar’s evolving career."
Kai Sam Ng '14 reviews the new LP by synthpop outfit Chromatics, responsible for the opening song in last year's acclaimed film Drive.
In this week's This Album Will Change Your Life, Andy Volosky '15 raves about Live, Vol. 3 by the Avett Brothers, a folk-rock band coming to the State Theater on April 21.
The Material Girl tries a little too hard on her latest record. That doesn't stop Arielle Cruz '15 from dancing to "Superstar."
Oberhofer's musings on love are adorable and whimsical. Give the band a chance, James Rainis '14 writes.
There's no light at the end of this tunnel. Gina Cargas '14 reviews La Sera's latest breakup album.
Just good background music? Sarah Finegold '15 is disappointed by The Shin's latest album.
Jason Goldberg '14 gives his verdict on The Boss' socially-conscious Irish folk-rock album
Lucy Goss '14 on Dirty Ghosts' new album Metal Moon.
Martha Wydysh is impressed with the Punch Brothers' latest, Who's Feeling Young Now?