“You are the music while the music lasts.” -T.S. Eliot
The album’s all over the place, but that’s what makes it perfect.
The artist’s Carnegie Hall residency offers a Bjork experience like no other.
As the pop superstar returns with her new album, the CoS staff looks back at her past classics.
“I am afraid of just one thing … That those ageism criticism will finally influence me.”
With the to-do of the Grammys nearly a week behind us, can the discussion now turn back to the music? Too many exciting tunes surfaced this week for them to be overshadowed by inflated award show controversy. Being Valentine’s Day …
The concert also featured Bruce Springsteen, Tom Jones, Crosby Stills & Nash, and many more.
Björk invites you to glide as a ghost through her sadness.
On her sophomore album, Charli XCX gets punk and flips off the pop star mentality.
Tahliah Barnett is not merely a female voice or muse.
A stirring contribution to the soundtrack for Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Fun fact: Lorde was 15 years old when this song came out.
Sometimes sweetness works better than seriousness.
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