In what was arguably the best set of Coachella day three, Doja Cat entertained, wowed, and gave the performance of a lifetime.
One day before her 28th birthday, indie icon Maggie Rogers gifted her audience with forty-five minutes of pure vocal perfection.
What made Eilish so enjoyable to watch was her candid charisma: her humor, relatability, and kindness.
“We don’t want to make it always look like we’re going for the easy, shot-over-the-left-field-wall. Sometimes you want to do something more difficult, which Klimt is.”
Megan confidently strutted to the front of the stage and prepared to blow the audience away.
Dressed in a pink, all-leather cowboy get-up (complete with his initials emblazoned on the back of his pants), Harry Styles emerged from beneath the Coachella mainstage like a vision.
The Saturday masses flooded to the Sahara amphitheater to see BROCKHAMPTON’s last ever performance before their "indefinite hiatus."
Home footage from Daniel Caesar’s childhood and recent years flashed across the screen, immediately establishing an atmosphere of nostalgia and innocence.
The indie artist took the artist during the peak of Friday’s desert heat in California’s Coachella Valley.
The Harvard Crimson: “What’s your trajectory in the next five years?” Shock: “Right to the top, my boy, right to the top.”
When Black celebrities struggle, their pain is too often plastered on the front page. Ye is the latest example.
This head-bopping hit owes its appeal to its relative simplicity: a trap beat, heavy 808s on the downbeats, and a driving triplet synth melody.
Pink-haired and with a Prince meme taped up on the wall behind her, Toronto singer-songwriter GRAE has spent most of her life a dedicated musician.
Bostonians young and old are excited to return to festivities and enjoy the Christmas spirit.
At the time of the interview with Zutrau, Wet was preparing to play the seventh show of their tour at The Sinclair in Harvard Square.
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