Understanding Netflix’s trippy masterpiece means understanding what it’s saying about mental illness and the stigma around it.
How far are the harassment and career-derailment allegations against the rocker from, say, the A Star Is Born story?
General criticism of the show has turned into specific controversy involving the Recording Academy president, Neil Portnow, and the producer Ken Ehrlich, who has been in his position since 1980.
Her divisive, twitching performance of “Shallow” continued to tie her early antics to her recent respectability.
The pop star’s second album in six months rewrites mushy cliché with a sharp personal edge.
Kacey Musgraves and Brandi Carlile will compete for Album of the Year against the award show’s most snubbed genres.
In the future, everyone will have 15 minutes of selling fast food from beyond the grave.
SpongeBob, Travis Scott, and Big Boi joined for a pageant of doing the least.
Halftime-show performers aren’t immune to backlash from the NFL’s most recent critics.
Among the band’s first singles in six years is a tribute to jam bands and ravers that sounds a warning against groupthink.
In “Stories,” Abbi and Ilana curate their wacky reality for their friends. The results are oddly moving.
With “7 Rings,” the singer wears a culture as a costume.
Season 3 of the wonderful HBO comedy delivers more insights about what humans are like, stripped down.
The influential electronic musician’s fourth album, Assume Form, embraces pop sentimentality with mixed results.
Remind Me Tomorrow, the Brooklyn singer’s fifth album, bustles with the feeling of disconnection conquered.
The artists’ 2013 duet, “Do What U Want,” was made because of, not in spite of, its creepy subtext—as are more and more works in the wake of #MeToo.
The upset Golden Globes victory of one music drama over another hints at which is the more comforting retelling of the same rock-and-roll narrative.
During an appearance on Ellen, the abortive Oscars host cited phantom apologies for his homophobic remarks while DeGeneres pleaded with him to ignore the haters: a spectacle of missing the point.
The actor, accused of misconduct by more than 30 men, may believe that talent and fame can save him from public disgrace. It’s not a crazy notion.
The cultural effects of Nicki Minaj’s “Chun-Li,” Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left to Cry,” Mitski’s “Nobody,” and more