Taylor Swift, Brendon Urie
Released April 26th, 2019
Taylor Swift Productions, Inc.
Four young women stand together firmly in front of hundreds of trumpets as brass blares in the background.
Most of this album shows off the band’s true potential since they returned to their roots and produced an album of substance and depth.
Spektor’s method of manipulating the dynamics and moods of her songs, gives them a playful feel and demonstrates her technical musical prowess.
Straying from their characteristically indie sound, Guster produces lackluster synthetic vibes in “Evermotion.”
Twenty-one years after the release of their first album, Wu-Tang Clan reunites but ultimately falls flat in “A Better Tomorrow.”
Fusing hip-hop, rap and ambient instrumentals, “A Constant Moth” effortlessly provides a new blend of electronic music.
Musically pretentious and painfully repetitious, “Musik, Die Schwer zu Twerk” is a dull listening experience.
The Gaslight Anthem shows its sensitive side on the group’s newest release, “Get Hurt.”
With a enjoyable dreamy tone, Mick Jenkins’ “The Water[s]e is a rap triumph.
Literature expands its musical and vocal range with their newest release.
Streetlight Manifesto, a nationally known Ska band, came to Emerson Suites on Sunday.