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Troye Sivan flourishes in sophomore album
The crowd stared in a shared, awed silence — this was Bon Iver, in Charlottesville, and everyone knew they were about to be mesmerized.
Taylor Swift's new single “Gorgeous” begins to trace back to her “1989” roots — it’s a catchy pop tune with her signature chorus and lyrics about boys.
The songs from Hiss Golden Messenger, while lyrically soulful and instrumentally pleasing, all seem to blend together within the studio records.
“A Moment Apart” opens up a new door into the world of electronic music, focusing less on pulsing bass and dubstep synths and more on artistry, lyricism, dynamism and wonder.
Following the unexpected success of their debut self-titled album, electronic duo Sylvan Esso took a three-year pause to tour and enhance their music.
“Memories ... Do Not Open” is the The Chainsmokers' first full-length record, with only three previously released singles on the tracklist.
Oh Wonder’s sound in its self-titled debut record was simple, clean and safe. Lately, though, the duo has stepped up its game.
The Vegabonds brought rock, funk and personality to The Southern late Friday night.
Boomer and Moose — a group of second- and third-year Kappa Alpha, Zeta Psi and Beta Theta Pi boys — seeks to sufficiently swim in the waters of local music through redefining their stage presence and sound.