By balancing its epic score with ABBA and David Bowie, Ridley Scott’s film reimagines the final frontier as a place of whimsy, not wonder.
Her first album in seven years is a moving, self-aware plea for a better world.
Lorde joins the ranks of pop singers joyfully and brutally sidestepping tropes about victimhood.
Justin Bieber issues some rules for modern-day autograph seekers.
Two bands once pegged as derivative ended up being much-imitated. What do they do next?
“Writing's on the Wall” subverts the lavish virility of the 007 franchise to offer an emotional appeal to the heart.
When the documentary The Civil War debuted 25 years ago, it gave a new life—and old history—to a gorgeous melody.
He’s made the songs new, but also highlighted what’s so good about the originals.
The song and video “Til It Happens to You” is a somber, socially conscious curveball.
The genre is hard to define but easy to appreciate.
The singer has said he may meet with Vladimir Putin to talk LGBT rights.
The former child star doesn’t want to be a punchline or a has-been. It’s not yet clear whether he’ll succeed.
Modern pop does imitate her for profit, but that’s not such a bad thing.
Though it’s no classic, his new album HITNRUN Phase One does live up to the artist’s party-starting mission.
Here it is, a perfect illustration of the difference between self-indulgence and rebellion.
Kanye West mirrors Nina Simone, Lauryn Hill, and Dave Chappelle, all of whom were derided following audacious, confrontational live performances.
Made in America, her first real concert of 2015, reasserted the power of a pop star who knows she has to work to stay on top.
The rapper Tyler, the Creator’s words, not his actions, have gotten him banned from the U.K.
The past is beautiful until you’re reminded it’s ugly.
Who cares if he’s technically Gen X? Age is different from personality.