‘Honeybear’ is the rare album with honest, bitter, true love songs.
‘Shadows in the Night’ doesn’t awaken the glory of old, but ultimately it’ still Dylan.
Ne-Yo’s “Non-Fiction” has gritty lens but falls into pop rap formula.
D’Angelo’s timely “Black Messiah” reflects on major social issues, assessing the state of the country following shootings in Ferguson and Staten Island.
90s icon Billy Corgan disappoints with a more synthesized sound in the new Smashing Pumpkins album.
The BC band deals out all the juicy details, talking about the success its had on campus during the past two years and the direction it hopes to take in the future—including an EP, concerts in Boston, and even a Juice-themed clothing line.
Pink Floyd reflects on its musical past with ‘The Endless River,’ the band’s first album in 20 years.
Classic rock band Led Zeppelin releases remastered editions of ‘IV’ and ‘Houses of the Holy,’ both featuring new tracks.
Foo Fighters release a track from its forthcoming album, Taylor Swift is back with a not so welcome release, plus more.
Alex Navarro, BC musician and CSOM ’15, travels around campus and the city at large, filming himself performing in unusual, and at times restricted, locations for his ‘Sessions’ series.