F&L Editor Olivia reviews the new Troye Sivan project.
The album is a tribute to the confusion of youth, focusing on rebellion, loneliness, and romance
From awesome flows to diss tracks that range from petty to downright nasty, it is no wonder that Kamikaze is trending.
At once a powerful anthem, and profoundly personal
IDLES, in spite of all the post-punk noise, are relentlessly catchy.
Last week, Olson released his first solo EP as L. Martin titled Playful Enemy. While this EP is only 6 songs–a mere 20 minute listen–it certainly left an impact on me. To me, Playful Enemy felt like the process of healing. Recovery, you could say.
Christian Decker reviews black metal legends new album!
Whenever these two collaborate, it is a hit. Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande are an unstoppable duo when it comes to very dance-y tunes. “Bed” does not disappoint. It has a sultry, yet playful sound. It is the perfect song to add to all of your summer playlists.
Honestly, I’m shocked these two albums ever came out in the first place, but here we are, and the results are mixed. Both albums were debuted via listening parties live-streamed on WAV, an app that I’d never heard of before Kanye tweeted about it.
Everyone’s favorite pretentious cynic is back with yet another existential, dread-inducing masterpiece. On June 1, singer-songwriter Josh Tillman released his fourth album, God’s Favorite Customer, as his sardonic alias Father John Misty. Already, the album has garnered acclaim with Pitchfork labeling it Best New Music, and Rolling Stone calling it a “Lennon-esque Pleasure”.