The Irish music artist adds to his discography songs that play on a combination of both up-tempo sounds and bleak lyrical meanings.
Photo editor Vikrum Singh pulls together a perfect playlist of pop and alternative music with main character energy, according to visual director Olivia Charbonneau.
With mellow tracks by Bon Iver and Lord Huron, deputy managing editor Emma Healy delivers a collection of “cry-your-eyes-out songs.”
Hozier’s ‘Wasteland! Baby’ tour hit Boston for two nights to promote his latest album.
Jillian Ran, assistant arts editor and MCAS ’22, queues up romantic songs to make out to in this week’s iEdit.
Tame Impala treated Boston Calling goers to a set full of hits and deep cuts, both equally hypnotic, as the second day’s headliner.
Assistant Arts Editor Jillian Ran discusses one of the few benefits of political insanity: really interesting music.
Hozier debuted new songs off of his recently-released EP ‘Nina Cried Power’ and his upcoming album at his Boston show at the House of Blues. Irish duo Hudson Taylor offered an exciting opening to the show.
Mt. Joy, The Struts, Hozier, and The Neighbourhood will all perform at various music venues throughout Boston this week.