The Arctic Monkeys’ depart from their sci-fi journey on past albums in favor of returning to their original indie rock sound.
From Vampire Weekend’s melancholic “Hannah Hunt” to Tame Impala’s “dorky, white disco funk” anthem “The Less I Know The Better,” these are the songs that remain in the collegiate consciousness in the wake of the 2010s.
Jillian Ran, assistant arts editor and MCAS ’22, queues up romantic songs to make out to in this week’s iEdit.
In her latest column for ‘The Heights,’ arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses space rock and its interstellar impact on music.
British rock band Arctic Monkeys brought both their garage rock classics and new space-age ballads to TD Garden on their ‘Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino’ tour.
The Arctic Monkeys bring the imaginative lyricism of ‘Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino’ to life in their latest video for the spacey title track.
Associate arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses Lizzy Goodman’s ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom,’ the evolution of rock music since the early 2000s, and the prospect of a resurgence of the genre in her latest column.
Arctic Monkeys ditch their guitars for a space expedition with jazzy pianos and a retro ’60s sound on ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino.’
Associate arts editor Kaylie Ramirez avoids studying for finals by thinking about the upcoming Arctic Monkeys album and the impending fate of the Iran Deal.