albums

It’s the end of the album as we know it, and I feel fine

As streaming increasingly eclipses music purchasing, many artists are beginning to move away from releasing their music in album format, opting instead to release singles upon singles. All this change in the music industry begs the question: Are albums dying out?

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Top 10 albums of 2015: 1-5

Senior Cadenza Editor Mark Matousek shares his picks for the best albums of 2015.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Top 10 albums of 2015: 6-10

Senior Cadenza editor Mark Matousek shares his picks for the best albums of 2015. Check back Monday for part two.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Doing it wrong: Daft Punk’s misguided attempt at cultural dominance

I’ll be honest: I’ve never been a big Daft Punk fan. Sure, it’s made a handful of great songs (“One More Time,” “Da Funk,” “High Life”), but much of its work is frustratingly one-dimensional. While the energy from a rapturous crowd can render a lack of imagination irrelevant, Daft Punk doesn’t have that luxury in the studio.

| Music Editor

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