The fourteen-member group has again proven that they are a creative powerhouse with a fifteen-track album blending rap, R&B and pop.
Wordsauce’s music is exactly what the band name sounds like — a smooth blend (of music genres).
Summer is traditionally the territory of the titanic pop song. Daft Punk’s instant classic throwback “Get Lucky” unofficially began the season when windows-down, sing-along anthems by Katy Perry and Black Eyed Peas rule the airwaves.
By all accounts, Matt Berninger is a happy man. He’s married with a daughter, and between all the interviews and Reddit AMAs leading up to the album release, The National seems to be content.
“The Great Gatsby,” as interpreted by the always-subtle and understated Baz Luhrmann, presents the whirlwind of Roaring ’20s opulence.
Kyle Loomis is a journalism senior and Mustang Daily music columnist. Whenever a supergroup forms, the music community holds its collective breath, wondering whether this new conglomerate will blow our minds, or if it will be another example of what…