Cloud Nothings frontman Dylan Baldi and Wavves lead singer Nathan Williams didn’t record their latest album, No Life For Me, to produce hit singles or follow a cohesive sound — and listeners looking for either are sure to be disappointed.
Movie soundtracks have the power to make you feel like you’re in a film and can often lead you to find new artists and songs you might not have discovered otherwise. Here are four soundtracks that are definitely worth a listen.
After the release of “Serial”’s last episode, rabid fans took to Reddit to play detective, listened to parodies and, ultimately, waited for the newest seasons this fall. Until then, check out these to help fill the post-“Serial” void.
Every year, UT professors recommend their summer reading picks to incoming freshman through the University’s Reading Round-up. In a similar spirit, The Daily Texan compiled a list of UT professors’ listening recommendations — from albums that inspired them in college to more modern tracks.
The New York-based Born Cages have stayed under the radar since releasing their debut album, I’m Glad I’m Not Me, on June 2. But with a slot on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour and a top-ten song on the Alternative Specialty Radio chart, they’re ready to establish themselves in the music world.
Indie rock has hit a bit of a stand still, with innovation at an all-time low. Since 2010, the genre has stayed afloat with a formulaic approach and decent sales, but Wolf Alice is one of the few bands that has been bucking the trend.