It’s been almost eight years since Pharrell Williams’ debut solo album, “In My Mind,” was released, but Williams has kept plenty busy since then.
For fans of Gang of Four, Iceage, Radkey Singles to download ‘Amber Veins,’ ‘Opaque’ One thing you should know about Eagulls before you listen to their self-titled debut album is that they probably don’t care if you like it or not. Like just about any commercial market, the music industry is a game, and these Leeds [...]
I’m convinced Annie Clark is an alien. Don’t believe me? Take one glance at the cover of her fourth solo album under the St. Vincent moniker. You’ll find her staring with laser-like intensity, arms symmetrically perched on a space-age throne, while she sports a jagged shock of white hair and a sleek purple chrome dress. She certainly looks the part.
Using an anagram made up of executive board members’ Facebook profile pictures, CS40 unofficially announced late Sunday night that Walk the Moon would headline WUStock 2014, which will be held on Saturday, April 5. Walk the Moon is a Cincinnati-based indie pop band most famous for the singles “Anna Sun” and “Tightrope” off the band’s 2012 self-titled album.
The first Gargoyle concert of the semester was its best in a long while as Social Programming Board booked St. Lucia for a free show the night of Friday, Feb. 21. St. Lucia is the stage name of Jean-Philip Grobler, a South African musician who currently resides in Brooklyn.
1834—Johann Weber arrived in St. Louis and brought with him a library of scores, including Bach and Beethoven, among others. His passion led to the creation of the St. Louis Sacred Music Society. Just four years later, William Robyn became Saint Louis University’s first music professor and organized the St. Louis Brass Band. 1880—The St.
From the very first song of her sophomore effort “Little Red,” Katy B makes it clear that she has shed the funkier, more dubstep-like elements that defined her first album. Those influences are still there, but just as most British pop music has, her own sound has turned towards the sound of Disclosure and its infectious but smooth house music.
Some songs hit too close to home. For some people, it’s that Taylor Swift song about Jake Gyllenhaal and maple lattes. For others, it’s “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. But for our generation, it’ll probably be “#SELFIE” by up-and-coming electronic artists The Chainsmokers. This could be the song that defines 2014, and it was released in late January.
“They’re all magic.” That’s how David Boyd, the lead singer of Danish pop-punk band New Politics, sums up his experience playing shows. Given how far the band has come since its formation in 2009, it’s no wonder Boyd is still in awe.
Few bands have left as lasting an influence on American rock music as the Pixies. Though the four full-length albums they released from 1988 to 1991 didn’t see much in the way of sales, the band’s abrupt dynamic shifts and jagged guitar riffs played a major role in paving the way for indie rock in the ’90s and beyond.