Tag: Charli XCX
Songs Called “1999,” Ranked
10 songs organized by how badly we’d like to party like it’s the year they’re singing about.
The Best Albums of 2020 (So Far)
Twenty-five records that have kept us sane while sheltering in place.
Charli XCX, “how i’m feeling now”
“how i’m feeling now” finds Charli stuck at home with her own anxieties and a tumultuous relationship.
Charli XCX Features HAIM on Sexy Bop “Warm”
The single comes off the pop star’s third studio album, “Charli,” out September 13.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Pitchfork Music Fest 2019
It was a scorcher, featuring sets from Charli XCX, Stereolab, HAIM, CHAI, and many more.
WATCH: Charli XCX Announces Third Album and Drops “Blame It On Your Love” Video
The edgy English pop star is releasing music feat. Lizzo, HAIM, Troye Sivan, and many more.
LISTEN: Lizzo and Charli XCX Save Pop Music with “Blame It On Your Love”
Wonder-Twin powers activate in the form of a new club anthem.
Lykke Li, Cat Power, and CupcakKe Lead Debut Yola Fest to Los Angeles
Courtney Love, Megan Thee Stallion, and Charli XCX will appear at Los Angeles Historic State Park in June.
The Radical Earnestness, and Subtle Jubilation, of FORM Arcosanti
In its fourth year, the Hundred Waters–curated weekend proved once again what sets it apart from major music festivals.
Rostam Basks in the “Half-Light”
After leaving Vampire Weekend, collaborating with Hamilton Leithauser, and producing just about all of your favorite pop stars, the LA-based musician is ready for his moment in the sun.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Lollapalooza (8/3–6/2017)
Party at the lake house.
Four-Day Weekend: Lollapalooza 2017 in Review
Chicago’s premier music festival is still the best way to walk a marathon.
Miike Snow: Pop Culture Invaders
One of Sweden’s greatest exports rides again.
Lollapalooza 2015: No Calm Before the Storm
Evacuations, lightning, and humidity couldn’t keep the crowds or the good music away from Grant Park.
WATCH: Mysterious Pop Prospect Ryn Weaver Drops “OctaHate” Video
Earlier this year in deepest summer, a particularly infectious pop jam emerged, seemingly out of the clear azure. Titled “OctaHate,” it was attributed to someone called Ryn…