Sziget Festival, the great six-day Hungarian escapist extravaganza reaches another satisfying climax with Macklemore and Billie Eilish.
Europe’s most hyped pop cultural event, Sziget Festival, pompously kicks off its 29th anniversary amid cost issues and oscillating visitor numbers.
Lorde’s Solar Power is a disorganized, hackneyed collection that doesn’t deepen her existing body of work but introduces a woman riddled with white privilege.
Even if “Solar Power” might be Lorde’s happiest song to date, the track isn’t as vibrant as the name suggests. And that’s exactly why it’s perfect.
It was a year of truly progressive nominees. It was a year of confrontational, powerful performances. It could've been an all-timer -- and then the Grammys went horribly, painfully wrong.
In a year when your favorite long-dormant musical act finally released new material after a multi-year hiatus, only a precious few releases -- from voices old and new -- were truly able to capture the pop culture zeitgeist. These are those albums.