Exploring the revered works and life of mystic John of the Cross, finding that prose is one medium through which one may established a more resilient relation to the divine.
Using visuals many viewers will recognize, Conor Oberst is able to connect his viewers to his lyrics more effectively through this coupled media.
‘What Every Girl Should Know’ explores the modern struggle of women through the lens of a 1914 Catholic Reformatory
Father John Misty pines for sounds of a forgotten era in “Pure Comedy,” Real Estate chills out and relaxes in “Darling,” and Ray Davies crafts a song about classic Americana in “Poetry.”
Inverting gender roles in the Molière’s original ‘Le Misanthrope ou l’Atrabilaire amoureux’ play, the theater department finds a way to make the pointed inversion speak to power dynamics and relationships in today’s age.
Captured within Jim James’ soulful lyrics is a man trying to keep a level head in face of adversity from internal and external forces. The title of the album, ‘Eternally Even’ rings very true.
The revolutionary work of Irish women during the turbulent history of Ireland helped lay the foundation for progress in the important island nation.
Though the greatest time in rock history may have past, Pretenders make an effort to bring it back in the electrifying tenth studio album ‘Alone.’
In an album full of experimentation, and more innovation, Bon Iver’s ’22, a Million’ is undoubtedly ambitious, but exceeds expectations as the group reinvents its image and sound.
Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam rock out “1000 Times,” the Dirty Projectors “Keep [Their] Name,” and GoldLink proves it has a “Rough Soul” this week in singles.