By Angelina Zervos Staff Child at Heart Yeah, I was just as shocked as you…
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.
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.
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”.
I am not a Drake fan– all of his music sounds the same to me, and that is exactly how I feel about his new EP, Scary Hours. The two songs released, “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity” are essentially little diary pieces from Drake, which is cool and all, but all of his music just kind of sounds like “Hotline Bling” to me.
In jazz bands, flute is far from common as a lead instrument, but this is…
Canadian twins Tegan and Sara Quin have returned with their sixth studio album, with all the angst we’ve come to expect from them. . .