This concert—a showing of “Raiders of the Lost Ark” with the St. Louis Symphony playing the score by John Williams live—was an honest to god dream come true.
Last week the music forecast was brewing one major storm of new hits for the music industry early Friday morning, including Ed Sheeran, Lorde and Sylvan Esso, a bundle of very familiar names resurfaced onto the new music stage with content this week, proving that in their spotlight hiatus they have been hard at work.
Noname is her own kind of superstar. The absence of glitz and flare onstage is replaced by a refreshing, laidback comfort that the rapper exudes in her music, her presence and her audience.
Our Cadenza staff compiled their favorite sounds of the day for your post-Mardi blues.
Over the past two weeks, a plethora of songs have hit the music scene, some from well-known artists, others from unknown artists.
I hope to introduce you to what I think just might be the best new music, from genres I hold dear to my heart and others you might hold to yours. Let’s embark on a journey toward a campus full of music listeners who knew that top hit “before it was big.”
The WUStock artist for 2017 was revealed to be Daya just as the Congress of the South 40 Battle of the Bands was wrapping up Jan. 28.
Washington University’s oldest coed a capella group, Mosaic Whispers, kicked off the new semester with a new extended play, released on Jan. 24.
The Pikers, an all-male a cappella group well known for putting on memorable shows that go beyond simply singing songs, outdid themselves this past Saturday night with their 2017 production of Jammin’ Toast.
Arcade Fire, after a two-year break, is finally releasing new music again. And so, when the single “I Give You Power,” featuring the rhythm and blues singer Mavis Staples, was released, it was met with excitement.