Head-banging new music by 100 Gecs, Amnesia Scanner, Haru Nemuri, and Machine Girl.
Some music has perked up, even within the strictures of chill.
In How Art Made Pop and Pop Became Art, Mike Roberts charts the extraordinary reciprocal relationship between art schools and pop musicians.
With any number of noncanonical, shelf-filling compilations released on the market every day, the failure to review them makes sense, as they’re rarely any good — but rarely doesn’t mean never.
The Pope himself is looking to join the Beatles and Oasis in the pop canon with an LP of his own, Wake Up!
The most remarkable moment of the Justin Bieber concert I saw July 20 at Boston’s TD Garden occurred before the singer even showed up.
When I hear of German performance artist Joseph Beuys, I think of felt, fat and riding in an ambulance to live in a New York apartment with a coyote in “I Like America and America Likes Me.” I certainly don’t think of a hilarious attempt at New Wave pop.