Arts Staff Writer Leah Stitzel depicts Lana del Rey’s new album as a “hodgepodge history of sad music.”
iEdit: Amy Palmer Meshes Happy With Depressing on Rollercoaster of a Playlist
Assistant sports editor Jack Bergamini embarks on a musical journey through associate news editor Amy Palmer’s playlist.
Lana Del Rey Fails to Challenge Herself on Latest Album
Though Del Rey’s vocal control is as strong as ever, ‘Blue Banisters’ feels stuck in her usual style and lacks creative exploration.
Lana Del Rey Muses Over Life Before Fame
Lana Del Rey is at the peak of her career on her impressive new album ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club.’
Justin Bieber, Lana Del Rey, and Addison Rae Drop Singles
Justin Bieber and Addison Rae deliver upbeat songs, and Lana Del Rey employs dynamic vocals for a new slow track.
Lana Del Rey’s Spoken Word Album Enchants Listeners
On spoken word album ‘Violet Bent Backwards over the Grass,’ Lana Del Rey’s poetry addresses fragility, loneliness, and freedom.
iEdit: With Mayer’s Playlist, Expect the Unexpected
Assistant arts editor Nathan Rhind muses over indie tracks on associate arts editor Grace Mayer’s playlist.
Best of the Decade: Ten Songs that Defined the 2010s
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.
Ramirez: A Brief Inquiry Into The Classics
Arts Editor Kaylie Ramirez reflects on her only 5-star review for ‘The Heights’ and what it means for an album to be considered ‘classic.’
iEdit: Asst. Arts Editor Jillian Ran Runs With Romance
Jillian Ran, assistant arts editor and MCAS ’22, queues up romantic songs to make out to in this week’s iEdit.