Music

Across the galaxy with RPO’s “The Planets”

The audience, in turn, leaves with awe, intrigue, and a heavier resonance with the distant planets that we find so familiar.

Etta Marcus’ “The Death Of Summer & Other Promises” left me indifferent

Etta Marcus’ debut album, “The Death of Summer & Other Promises,” drew me in by the title and cover, which…

CT Wrapped: The top albums of 2023, according to our staff

Some of our staff has compiled their top albums of 2023 - so amidst finals season, we implore you to bump our tunes.

The Beatles release their final song, bringing the 1960s into 2023 

Though it marks the official end of the Beatles’ career, it also marks the start of a new age of appreciation and love for their genius and timeless music.

Boygenius’ third EP brings their discography full-circle

The EP's lyric videos contain photos of them chaotically dancing on stage, cuddling up to each other while belting out their songs.

“An Evening with Renée Elise Goldsberry”: A shining Mel Weekend performance

Before we start, let me make a disclaimer: I am not a musical person.  I have taken up three different…

Modern Jazz and Laufey’s permanent mark

"Bewitched" personifies love and heartbreak, comprised of soft melodies primed for slow dancing in a living room, or studying in a ritzy classical library.

“Celebrity Skin,” celebrity mind: The rise and reign of Doja Cat

To be a celebrity in the public light isn’t to fully exist as yourself: it’s to put on a character. We may not truly know Doja Cat, and we might never.

‘GUTS’ gives Olivia Rodrigo ground to stand on

With made-for-radio melodies, experimental guitar riffs, and lyrics that sting with humor and candor, “GUTS” hones into what “Olivia Rodrigo” sounds like.

“Unreal Unearth” and Hozier’s ties to his native culture

It holds up to the high bar he has set, if not surpassing it. Adding his culture to his perfected deep prose and enchanting composition.