Aidan Vick

Awards shows have it rough. Given how subjective the material they celebrate is, it’s impossible for them to please everyone. The Grammy Awards, however, are special in that they rarely seem to please anyone at all. While this year’s ceremony ...

Album announcements and release dates are rarely concrete in the music industry, but 2019 is shaping up to be a strong end to one of popular music’s most stylistically dynamic and boundary-pushing decades. Here are 10 albums I’m most excited ...

Excellent singles dropped in 2018, but all the songs on this list featured something that made them stand above the rest. Whether it was a new direction for the artist, an especially catchy hook, a memorable beat or a truly ...

On a dull and dreary Saturday evening, hundreds of students and community members gathered in the Cherry Logan Emerson Concert Hall to witness the Emory Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra perform their annual Fall semester concert on Dec. 1. Despite ...

Thanks to the rise of streaming services like Spotify and independent music platforms like Bandcamp and Soundcloud, it’s easier than ever for artists to publish their music, which allows young musicians to share their ideas with the world. Some of ...

If you’ve ever yearned for a soulful soundtrack to accompany a nice summer drive, “Oxnard” will surely satiate your desire. The latest album from Aftermath Entertainment rapper Anderson .Paak is bathed with the sunny sounds of Southern California, amounting to ...

With its summery beats, “FM!” comes at the perfect time as we all yearn for warmer weather; unfortunately, it probably won’t bring you the joy that most associate with the summer months. Long Beach, Calif., rapper Vince Staples is back ...

Julia Holter’s “Aviary” is one of the most grandiose and densely packed pop albums in recent memory, with the instrumental power of a full orchestra lending to its sprawling soundscapes. Holter rejects any and all conceivable pop cliches on this ...

Homecoming headliner Waka Flocka Flame represented the Atlanta music scene by bringing his signature trap sound to Emory on Friday night. The 32-year-old rapper, most famous for his 2010 hit single “No Hands,” drew a crowd of around 1,800 students, ...