Music

Jack Nuelle September 25, 2020
Phoebe Bridgers’s new album ‘Punisher’ begs the listener to embrace the inevitability of death, not run away from it.
Bruce Springsteen performs with Nils Lofgren, left, and Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band during their concert at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in Los Angeles, March 15, 2016. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
America Staff September 11, 2020
‘Express your emotions, share your inner life and be emotionally generous with your friends and your partner.’
Madison Cunningham (photo: Claire Marie Vogel)
Rob Weinert-Kendt August 25, 2020
The singer-songwriter is light years away from the praise music she grew up playing with her dad.
This cover image released by Republic Records shows “Folklore," the eighth record by Taylor Swift. (Republic Records via AP)
Eric Immel, S.J. July 28, 2020
Let this album make you feel something and, maybe, come alive again.
Jordan McDonald July 10, 2020
Lil Wayne pulls from this rich tradition of Black death celebration while dismissing the social conditions that forged it.
Colleen Dulle June 18, 2020
In her new album, Lady Gaga transports us light years away, ultimately, to return us to ourselves.