ArtsEtc

Lucy Dacus gives vulnerable performance at High Noon Saloon

Just 22, singer-songwriter explores emotional wounds in an intimate set

Herald

Lucy Dacus expected to bring raw emotion to performance at High Noon

Virginia-based artist will perform at High Noon Saloon on April 5 in support of latest release, Historian

ArtsEtc

Titus Andronicus performs sold out show at The Frequency

Patrick Stickles, Alex Molini give stripped down renditions from album

Herald

Anna McClellan’s ‘Yes and No’ searches for control in world without it

Brooklyn folk singer/songwriter doesn’t shy away from life’s big questions while looking at its small moments her sophomore release

Music

Barely Civil seeks emotional shelter on latest release, ‘We Can Live Here Forever’

Wisconsin Natives build home consisting of people, places, memories that are hard to let go

Album

Jeff Rosenstock gives power to the powerless on ‘POST-‘

The DIY star’s latest solo album fights back against apathy and powerlessness present following the 2016 election

Music

Sleigh Bells disappoints with lack of direction in latest short album

The band's fifth album feels one note

Herald

Weezer’s ‘Pacific Daydream’ feels lazy, uninspired for fans who expect more

While certain tracks felt true to Cuomo's capabilities, a majority fell short on creativity

Music

Margo Price sheds light on underrepresented rural perspectives in ‘All American Made’

Sophomore album tackles Wall Street, nationalism, wage gap through personal accounts

Music

St. Vincent shows vulnerability in latest album, most intimate in entire discography

MASSEDUCATION juxtaposes pop sound with lyrics of loneliness

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