On ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’ The 1975 fuses progressive musicality with biting political commentary and its usual sincerity to craft an album that defines a decade.
Associate Arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses the coded lyrics and happy-go-lucky beats certain artists use to disguise their messages about drugs.
Healy’s overwhelming air of superiority is precisely what makes his music different (and arguably far better) than the regular, run-of-the-mill alternative music released in 2016 thus far.
In a demanding industry that prioritizes perfection above all else, even album titles can’t escape scathing criticism.
In its music video of ‘The Sound,’ The 1975 uses criticisms against the band for artistic effect, taking the negativity in stride and with humor.
The 1975’s ‘I Love You When you Sleep’ invites new elements and sounds, while remaining tied to its unique style and tone.
The 1975 changes tones with ‘The Sound’, DOROTHY brings ‘Missile’ to 2016, and Bieber embraces R&B in ‘I’ll be There.’