2 months ago, I started having to commute an hour to work every day. My music library on my iPhone was outdated, old. I wasn’t exactly tired of it, I’d just put it on shuffle or play an album I loved and zone out. I started spending less time at home, on my laptop…
Lady Gaga’s new album is named after her real self, the Joanne who fought and struggled to reach the top, the Joanne that is full of history and raw emotion. Gaga’s new single is so full of pure, stripped, untethered feeling, much like her album cover.
The Ilya Naishuller-directed, video game-esque “False Alarm” video is an appropriate accompaniment to the polarizing song, which was a sure sonic curveball for the moody, downtempo R&B king. Equipped with an introductory disclaimer, the new vid wastes no time getting to the gore.
Of all of the flaws that Donald Trump seems to have as a presidential candidate, many people focus on racism and misogyny, which are important things to focus on, but Death Cab choose to focus on a major flaw that seems to have been forgotten in the whirlwind of the campaign.
“Sons and Daughters” isn’t your average punk anthem. Rather than sticking to the usual punk fodder–namely, rage and rebellion–Floridian punk rockers The Attack are going hard in the opposite direction. On their single, which will be featured on their album On Condition this November, the group successfully marries basic punk structure with an emotional and even touching ballad about staying close to the people you love most.
If his lyrics and video are any indication, he smashes up his old records and tells us he’s switching up his style for any lane. He pays tribute to sports cars with those name drops of a Blue Mulsanne and an SV Roadster. When he gets into that McLaren in the end with the panther, he’s literally speeding off for something better with a newfound fierceness. If you look very, very closely, you can probably see my eyes rolling off my head. Subtlety is truly a lost art form.
Fangirls of the world can rejoice! Niall Horan of One Direction fame released his first single, “This Town,” early today. And… well, at least the 1D fans will be happy.
Don’t we need the small little nagging on the heart to contextualize the twinkling eye mornings? It’s the saying our father’s told us: “There is not such thing as Evil without Good; no light without the dark.” You need the prospective of one to create a comprehensible microcosm for the idea to exist, for in the vacuum, nothing makes sense.
Yes. It’s true. Men can have their heart broken, too. Even in the world of hip-hop.