Cradled in the trees of an undeveloped part of Oxford down North Lamar, a wooden structure stares over a meadowy, overgrown lawn. The maze of rooms inside...

Mississippi has played, and continues to play, an interesting and oversized role in the American music industry. Besides being the birthplace of American...

Two years after their debut album “Zaba,” Glass Animals has released their documentary-like album “How to Be a Human Being.” Their style...

Tanner Scaggs, co-owner of Vaporized, recently began hosting concerts in his vape shop. (Photo by Ariel Cobbert) Approaching the doors to Vaporized on...

This is it—we’ve reached the pinnacle.  After months of tears, laughs, studying and more tears, the semester is finally coming to a close.  Whether you’ll be exploring the Himalayas or just sitting in front of the T.V. this summer (or both), you deserve a rest.  So good job, whoever you are; you made it! This playlist is meant to show both the excitement for the...

    The Nightowls – 8 p.m. Friday The Nightowls is a 10-piece rhythm and blues band out of Austin, Texas, known for its unique blend of Motown, soul and Southern rock inspired by the classic sounds of Memphis. It has been making waves in the vibrant Austin music scene with its genre-bending sound, and has extended its reach beyond Texas. The Nightowls’ first...

COURTESY: SPIN.COM The first time I heard M83, I was driving home from work on a summer’s day. Just as I was pulling into my driveway and about to park in the garage, “Midnight City” came on the radio. For the next 4 minutes and 3 seconds I sat in the car, frying in the Dallas heat, completely transported by the French electronic masterpiece blaring through the speakers...

  Courtesy: thewoodbrothers.com The Wood Brothers will be returning to the Proud Larry’s stage for the first time since their inaugural visit two...

Courtesy: St. Paul and the Broken Bones Tomorrow evening, at a benefit event for the recently formed nonprofit foundation Move on Up Mississippi, up-and-coming...

Four more weeks of classes. Can you believe it? Though this semester has gone by quickly, I won’t say I’m not ready to finally be free of classes and enjoy the summer.   If any of you are like me, you’ve procrastinated all semester on final projects, which, surprise, are all due, like, next week. So now it’s crunch time, and you’re probably getting stressed,...