Kesha’s fifth album kicks off with a throwback.
After a bait-and-switch piano intro, opening track “Tonight” bursts into a gleefully rapped verse reminiscent of her autotuned party anthems like “Crazy Kids” and “Sleazy.” It’s perhaps no coincidence that the second song, brash banger “My Own Dance” has her “hungover as hell like 2012.”
Combing through their records while writing their coming-of-age memoir High School, indie pop duo Tegan and Sara stumbled upon old tapes of some of their earliest musical compositions.
There was lots of great music beyond the main stages at Bluesfest on Wednesday.
Juno-winning band The Strumbellas played a delightful set at Bluesfest Sunday evening.
Pop sensation Shawn Mendes drew the biggest crowd yet at Bluesfest Saturday night.