By stripping away the rock elements of their previous songs, Evanescence has created something new.
Daniel Caesar's closing performance was intimate and captivating for this concert goer.
Sia's raspy and emotional voice brings a new twist to the idea of what holiday music should sound like in her “Everyday Is Christmas” album.
Meet Henry Vargas and Jose Corona, the core of this alternative/indie-rock band. The two have been longtime friends and share a passion for music, hence their start in producing songs straight out of Corona’s garage.
In the midst of a rap game dominated by “mumble rappers” with a focus on well-produced beats and catchy hooks, BROCKHAMPTON has not only put the former and latter on the table, but some hard bars to top it off.
The best thing about Hollywood Undead’s “Five” is the the album art. That’s not saying a lot.
After the staggering success of his 2014 album, “In the Lonely Hour,” Sam Smith’s “The Thrill of It All” is a mature sequel that relies too often on the same formula he has used before.
Miguel's fourth studio album mixes his signature psychedelic R&B sound with funk, while subliminally communicating the artist’s political stances.
Although hazing is accountable for numerous deaths and injuries, a lack of college disciplinary action and an unspoken code of silence within college organizations allows this behavior to continue on campuses across America.