As much as it pains me to say, Qrewcial is ceasing publication and closing its doors.
This week we feature new music by The Strokes, Ed Sheeran, Jamila Woods, Avery Wilson, Charly Bliss, Rapsody, and more.
What is queerbaiting and why is it so strongly linked to pop culture, whether in movies, television, and music?
This week we feature new music from artists Rhiannon Giddens, Tool, Mahalia, Sam Cohen, The Weeknd, SZA, Travis Scott and more.
After a six-year absence, the chamber-pop godheads deliver a sprawling, funky, messy, idiosyncratic, and satisfying double album.
Danish star Oh Land chats with us about her new album Family Tree and her music-making process.
This week’s picks feature artists Violent Femmes, Thom Yorke, FKA twigs, Japanese Breakfast, and more.
From Governors Ball to Outside Lands, here are all the biggest and best music festivals this summer.
The indie-punk trailblazer talks Sleater-Kinney, Filthy Friends, R.E.M., and Donald Trump’s impact on the Pacific Northwest.
Schoolboy Q’s fifth studio album proves his staying power in hip-hop by showcasing his singularity and his versatility with both lyricism and sounds.
This week we feature new music from Kanye West, Madonna, Nick Murphy, Bun B, Flying Lotus, and more.
Even a chorus with four repetitious lines of “we love the Earth” can’t convince anyone that we actually do, considering we’re still treating it like shit
Lizzo’s latest album is a musical masterclass on confidence, wonderfully showing us all a thing or two about self-love, embracing emotion, and having fun.
The 90’s gave rise to the biggest R&B acts since Motown’s peak. Qrewcial takes a look at artists like Lizzo, Ari Lennox, and more who are bringing the genre back into the spotlight.
This week we pick new music from Anderson.Paak, Open Mike Eagle & Danny Brown, the Flaming Lips, the Cranberries, and more.