Music

CT Recommends: Iguana Death Cult (yes, it’s a band)

“Lorraine” comes roaring in with what is probably the nastiest — like communal-style-first-year-men’s bathroom nasty — guitar riff I have in my Spotify library.

The RPO Delivered at Their 19th Amendment Celebration Concert

The RPO’s 19th Amendment Anniversary Celebration was a heartfelt tribute to one of the most important events in American history.

Sometimes, I just want music to calm me down

Happiness doesn’t have to come from the fineries and extravagances in life. It can come from the routine, mundane, and comfortable.

Fighting through another sunny day: The paradoxical genius of ‘London Weekend’

The 1993 album by British singer-songwriter Harvey William  is existential dread in a sugary coating with a cherry on top.

A look into Rochester’s historical jazz scene

African American communities have contributed greatly to the American musical scene, but one genre with especially strong ties to Rochester is Jazz.

AJR’s D-Day concert was an intimate success

UR students were given an intimate and engaging experience that just about met every expectation possible given our current circumstances.

Culture’s albums of the week 4/27

This week’s local artist is the legendary drummer Steve Gadd!

Culture’s albums of the week 4/20

We're going to recommend great new albums you should listen to. Here's our first batch.

Online learning deals musical education a blow 

The world of music education is a wildly different one, and, thus, so was the transition to online classes. 

Jessie Reyez came to kill love songs in her debut album

The imperfections in her voice are the most beautiful aspects of her sound. And on that note, “Before Love Came to Kill Us” brings something a lot of popular music misses today. True emotion.