Taylor Swift re-records another one of her old tapes, ‘Red,’ to create a terrific new version called ‘Red (Taylor’s Version).’
“Blue Banisters” keeps Del Rey’s usual themes of Americana melancholia, but adds a newfound beauty with experimental sound and vocals.
On her new record “Flux” Poppy has traded her bleached-blonde bubblegum pop for an intriguing, raven-haired take on heavy metal.
Halsey’s new album “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power” is a beautiful genre-mixer that explores concepts like sexuality and gender.
Lorde and Antonoff make an incredible team — each song offers something extraordinarily enjoyable, whether that’s basking in the sun or stuck in an existential airport.
The realization of Taylor Swift being able to reclaim and recreate her music, her way, is nothing less than empowering.
Lana Del Rey’s “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” is a mostly tranquil album that explores the darker side of fame through Del Rey’s eyes.
“WandaVision” is the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, currently streaming on Disney+.
“RAZZMATAZZ” is I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME’s genre-mixing debut album. The album contains strong 80s influences.
Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey’s newest project is a spoken-word album and poetry book with poems about love and life.
The backbone of the Life & Culture section at The Ithacan is pop culture — and, by extension, Black culture that has influenced pop culture.
All Them Witches’ album “Nothing as the Ideal” delivers haunting multigenre tracks. Although the music is impressive, the lyrics are forgettable.