Adele’s voice and lyrics have the power to move mountains, but the tracks of ’25’ will rarely surprise you.
If there’s such a thing as folk-rock electronica, Robert DeLong and Coleman Hell certainly define it.
Emerald Recommends the best albums between 2010 and 2015.
The music scene around campus might seem a bit small with the same four or five bands at every bar or house show (give or take a few new names at the bottom of the bill.) But as a town filled with artsy students, grads and long-term residents with no …
When Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” flooded suburban televisions tuned to MTV in 1991, it symbolized a changing era for music. Clad in grungy flannel amidst a sea of carefully coiffed, pop-stylized “hair bands”, Kurt Cobain stood out like a sore thumb—and for good reason. While Nirvana may not have …
Was Weezer ever cool? Is it their inherent uncoolness that makes them cool? We investigated what Weezer means to the current generation of students at University of Oregon, and studied the nature of uncool-as-cool through the eyes of music critics from Grantland, The Oregonian and The Village Voice. What we found? Everyone has a Weezer story. …
With one member down, the British boy band goes for a simple sound that ultimately succeeds.
Yo La Tengo warms up Eugene on a stormy night during their acoustic tour.
It’s a match made in high fidelity heaven: Blitzen Trapper played an exceptionally perfect set for the HiFi Music Hall.
There are a lot of mea culpas on the Canadian star’s fourth album, but he still comes across as a jerk.
In case anybody was wondering where to find an SOJC professor on a Sunday night in Eugene, a Sturgill Simpson concert would be a great place to start.
This isn’t a groundbreaking release for Thugger, but it’s an exemplary one.
In week seven, we’re collectively staring down a barrel of seemingly interminable assignments, deadlines and other miscellaneous obligations. We have midterms to cram for, innumerable distractions to tear us away from them and 24 hours a day to fully acquaint ourselves with the Knight Library. Sometimes we drink espresso in …
Mac Miller’s voice and lyrics are his main draw, but both were drowned out by the bass during a performance at the McDonald Theater.
A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, and Vince Staples are the prolific lineup playing at the Matthew Knight Arena on Thursday, Nov. 12.
It’s week six of the term. The unrelenting stress of midterms has passed for most and now a majority of University of Oregon students are taking a quick breather in the eye of the storm before even more daunting final exams, essays and projects in the near future. And what …
The Neighbourhood, known for its black-and-white aesthetic, adds color to its sound with second full-length album, Wiped Out!
Philadelphia punk band Beach Slang blends brash guitars and aching honesty into an engaging, 27-minute blast of fun on ‘The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us.’
The Dandy Warhols are much more than a one-hit-wonder band and will begin their new tour in Eugene at WOW Hall on Wednesday.
Surrender your playlist-making skills and let us take over.
Drake’s video for his Top 10 hit and the third trailer to The Force Awakens both broke the Internet this past week. But which was the worthier meme?
FIDLAR delivered a high energy but brief performance in Portland at the Wonder Ballroom.
Ed Sheeran’s concert film “Jumpers For Goalposts” will play at the Valley Rive Theater for a limited run. Sheeran played three shows at Wembley Stadium in England last summer, becoming the first solo performer to sell out the stadium.
Today’s special: a hand-picked arrangement of an album and a beverage.