Brockhampton, Yves Tumor, and Wizkid all releases singles this past week that prelude upcoming albums or hopefully indicate more new music.
BROCKHAMPTON Closes Chapter with Final Album
‘ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE’ proves to be a contemplative, fitting finale.
Ramirez: The Class of 2018 – Albums of the Year
Assoc. Arts Editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses her picks for top albums of the year, including ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ and ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel.’
BROCKHAMPTON Shines During Agganis Arena Set
Self-proclaimed ‘best boyband since One Direction’ BROCKHAMPTON proved its title at Agganis Arena on Oct. 20.
Austin City Limits Day 1: Paul McCartney, Khalid, Lily Allen and More
Day one of Austin City limits featured stellar performances by Paul McCartney, Brockhampton, Khalid, and more.
BROCKHAMPTON’s ‘iridescence’ Illuminates Facade of Fame
BROCKHAMPTON’s ‘iridescence’ draws on old school R&B and a montage of eccentric sounds to craft a modern manifesto aimed at breaking down the facade of fame.
Jack White Pierces Boston Calling Day 2 Heat with Chilling Riffs
Jack White delivered an electric set composed of songs from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, and his solo career as the headliner for Boston Calling Day 2. BROCKHAMPTON gave a high-energy performance before cancelling their remaining tour dates on Sunday, May 27.
Calling All Boston Calling Festival Goers: Previewing Boston Calling 2018
Boston Calling 2018 will bring world class performers, A-list entertainers, and flavorful food to Allston, Mass. during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
Sonic Waves to Surf Through the Hot Summer
Heights editors preview the summer music scene, including expected albums from Arctic Monkeys, Kanye West, Dierks Bentley, The 1975, and BROCKHAMPTON.
Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Declaws Original Lesbian Narrative
Arts editor Kaylie Ramirez breaks down the intersectional implications of Marvel’s decision to alter the sexuality of two lesbian characters for the silver screen adaptation of ‘Black Panther.’