The cameo by the former press secretary put a confusing spin on the many anti-Trump jokes of the night.
Members of Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy, and Cypress Hill team up for political rock that seems immediately obsolete.
Amid raising $44 million, Stevie Wonder and Beyoncé blew past the question of whether it’d be divisive to talk about climate change.
The manic-pixie yas kweens squirm under Trump in Season 4.
The young artist’s 1992 Deluxe is a super-fun, smart celebration of how identity is tied to culture.
The singer and lyricist Matt Berninger talks about his band’s adventurous, election-influenced new album.
The FX anthology series AHS: Cult channels liberal anxieties for a gory, queasy romp.
From Miley Cyrus to Kamasi Washington, the most anticipated records of the season
Six years after the band broke up, the slow-burning American Dream testifies to the power of choosing to start again.
The Game of Thrones character joins a long line of fictional oracles: inscrutable, all-knowing, and troublesome to the narrative.
The surprising highlights of the ceremony broke out of pop music’s echo chamber.
Pop-gossip fireworks from Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar’s victory lap, and some not-so-subtle politics
The jarring new single "Look What You Made Me Do” unveils a dark, not-altogether-convincing persona.
The band’s fourth album, A Deeper Understanding, offers a powerful and steady high.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Beyond the Wall,” the sixth episode of the seventh season.
The rock band’s fifth album, Painted Ruins, balances mysterious complexity with pure loveliness.
His shimmery new single “Friends” comes off as a gift to long-suffering fans—and an attempt to further his hot streak.
Spotify has pulled a number of bands from its platform in yet another example of tech companies grappling with white supremacy.
After a public legal and personal struggle, the pop star is back with “Rainbow,” an album that blends fantasy fun and bummer reality.
In sound and in message, the rapper’s brilliant second album attacked the concept of borders between peoples.