I’m a first-generation kid, too. I’ve had to grapple with my two identities as an Indian and an American in plenty of ways. “Never Have I Ever” presents that in a powerfully relatable yet comical way.
Despite the hit the music industry is taking from the COVID-19 pandemic, many labels are still pushing out new releases. Some artists, faced with canceled tours and festivals, are finding that they have more time than ever to make music.
From the start, "Fetch the Bolt Cutters" is unmistakably Apple's: the layered percussion, the piano riffs and Apple's clear, purposeful voice are what have always made her music distinct.
The essence of Ed O'Brien's debut solo album “Earth” is reaching your purest self by getting lost in music, nature and the people around you.
Each component of the show — romance, comedy, drama, action and suspense — was given the space to flourish, never leaving viewers wanting.
No documentary can perfectly represent its subjects, but “Tiger King” seems to play with some questionable ethics.
What defines “Memory Game” is the pronounced inhalation and exhalation of all kinds: high and tight, low and relaxed and slow, quick and hurried.
When I think of “comforting” albums, my mind shoots in several directions. Comfort can mean a lot of things.
What else should you do with the luxury of being stuck at home (maybe even out of work — more free time!) but ignore the need to process your situation and instead set extremely transformative goals for yourself?
Over the last few days, “Future Nostalgia” is one of the few things that has made me smile, one of the few things that has made me dance.
“3.15.2020,” the fourth album by Childish Gambino, addresses the same fears that “Awaken, My Love!” did, but the approach couldn’t be more different.
On Tuesday, a few days ahead of its slated release date, Sufjan Stevens released “Aporia,” his latest collaborative effort with his stepfather Lowell Brams.
Conan Gray is lonely. A global pandemic has him isolated at home, surrounded by the comforts of musical instruments and Taylor Swift and Lorde posters.
Meg Remy always seems to return at exactly the right time.