This year’s Rocktown beer festival will feature 36 different breweries and cideries.
Following suit of his lead single “Humble”and diss track “The Heart Part Four,” Lamar’s only disappointment for the album was the delayed release date.
Maslanka’s repertoire includes eight symphonies, 17 concertos, over 50 wind band pieces and many more pieces for assorted instrumentations.
John Mayer's “The Search for Everything” is an album that truly embodies a “breakup album.”
Booming music and neon lights made the large auditorium of Wilson Hall feel like a nightclub when students gathered to see Cash Cash and Kap Slap perform.
Joey Bada$$ isn't compromising his sound for commercial success, but spends the entire album calling out America for its enduring systemic racism.
On “Pure Comedy,” we hear Josh Tillman’s, A.K.A. Father John Misty's, ruminations on his fans, success and position in the entertainment industry.
Many band breakups have shaken the music industry in its entirety, while others slide under our radar, barely catching attention from the media. In recent years, we’ve seen some of the worst breakups and have had to say goodbye to some of the most influential bands in this history of music.
“Memories, Do Not Open” (MDNO) creates a compelling intermingling of sound that drives the listener to want to get up and dance.
Free is a college student’s favorite word. Madipalooza provides free food, entertainment and swag. But only if you beat the crowds. Here are some tips to make the most out of this year’s festival:
Harrisonburg's annual DIY music festival, MACROCK, is only a few days away. In anticipation of the festival, we highlight some of the top artists.
Sofar Sounds, which recently came to Harrisonburg, creates intimate concert settings. The catch, however, is that the venue is secret and space is limited.
Local resident Patrick Fitzgerald, who uses the stage persona of Liquid Projections, mixes oils and paints during live music performances.
Bob Dylan is known for his lyrical accuracy and his ability to command a live performance. His extreme gift as an artist lies in his lyrics.
Fans and hip-hop junkies alike were on the edges of their seats earlier in the day when Lamar wiped his Instagram clean and posted a cryptic image of the Roman numeral “IV” in white type on a black, leathery background.