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.
If you’ve walked through the Chappell Family gallery in Perkins Library any time recently, you’ve probably noticed it: the big colorful arrows and ribbons on the walls, the twisting wires and strange diagrams galore.
On “Mariposa AR” are several stories of immigration to Durham.
It’s not easy being a new artist. Finding an audience and dedicated listening base requires a whole lot of networking and positive word of mouth.
Although it may be disappointing that Eilish gobbled up nearly every award in sight, it’s encouraging to see a new vanguard of artists winning at the Grammys.
When Halsey confesses, “Man, I’m a f—ing liar,” at the close of her new album “Manic,” on track “929,” it comes as a revelation that, perhaps ironically, “Manic” is the most truthful work of Halsey’s career.