BTS is writing a vulnerable, yet hopeful love letter to the world with “BE.”
Soaring off record-setting success from their hit, “Dynamite,” BTS has delivered beautifully upon monthlong promises for an introspective and quarantine-driven collection of songs.
The creators of “The Liberator” are doing more than just telling a World War II story – they’re liberating the boundaries of animation.
The four-episode Netflix miniseries was released on Nov.
Ariana Grande has clearly been getting busy during quarantine.
“positions,” the sixth studio album from the soprano singer, is stacked with 14 odes to her newest beau and their time spent in Grande’s quarantine home.
This post was updated Oct. 13 at 9:48 p.m.
Editor’s Note: In the original version of this article’s graphic, there were multiple photographs of skeletal human remains used to illustrate excavation at burial sites on Catalina Island.
This post was updated Oct. 4 at 9:34 p.m.
BLACKPINK is going back to the past – or maybe it never even left.
“THE ALBUM,” aptly named for the group’s first full-length album despite four years in the music industry, is a packed 24 minutes.
A side of honey does little to sweeten the mundanity of Joji’s newest album, “Nectar.”
For over a year, the melancholic artist has periodically released singles and even jars of honey for purchase on his website to promote his sophomore LP.
As students are being released from their academic demands, artists are also gearing up to release several new albums set to hit airwaves this season. So while switching out closets with fresh summer clothes, it’s also the perfect time to trade in pop hits from the spring – like Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” – for some sunny new tracks.
The “Global Jazz: Ongoing Conversations” summer intensive is taking tactile education and musical performance online.
The weeklong program for high school students, which begins Monday, will be taught online by graduates of UCLA’s Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance as well as campus faculty.
For Osman Khan, flying carpets are no longer a figment of the imagination.
The alumnus and current director of the University of Michigan’s Master of Fine Arts program received a Guggenheim Fellowship in the field of study of fine arts this year.
The name of Paul Cornish’s jazz quintet has taken on a whole new meaning with current restrictions on public gatherings.
The graduate student at the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at UCLA plays the jazz piano with his personal quintet, Banned, which has recently begun to sonically explore liberation in the form of removing self-inflicted constraints.
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