You know the songs, you know the hooks, but do you know the woman behind them? This is the overarching theme of Lady Gaga’s newest album, “Joanne,” a production which is much less a compilation of emotions but rather, a journey to revelation.
Just a block away from Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus lies an incredible resource that only a few students know about.
“Just Dance.” “Poker Face.” “Bad Romance.” “Born This Way.” You know the songs, you know the hooks, but do you know the woman behind them?
Hinds, a Madrid-based lo-fi rock band, released their new deluxe album “Holograma” on Oct. 28, the same night that they played Greenpoint’s concert venue, Warsaw.
On Oct. 7, the Chicago-native band Autograf performed to a full house at Terminal 5.
The band performed in New York City for two nights only before continuing their world tour.
On Sept. 24, more than 60,000 spectators will gather in Central Park to experience a music festival like no other.
In Lana Del Rey's fourth studio album released on Sept. 18, her musical tone and lyrics are noticeably different.
AFROPUNK Fest denounces sexism, but some of the artists' lyrics still contain sexist/misogynistic remarks.
Beginning last fall, the sound coming from a musician’s strings only got richer at Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC).