Arts & Entertainment

You Have To Listen To This: Higher Brothers

China's hottest rap group has found a way to go viral in a country with ultra–censored internet content.

by PAUL LITWIN

Music To Help You Enjoy The Last Few Weeks of Warm Weather

Starbucks pushing pumpkin spice lattes does not mean the warmth of summer has to end.

by PAUL LITWIN

Music For When You're Drunk At 3AM And Staring At A Lava Lamp

You needed this.

by PAUL LITWIN

The Live Album Is So Underrated

Let your life feel like a never–ending concert with the live album

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

Classical Music To Make You Feel Intense AF While Studying

Kygo is overrated anyways.

by PAUL LITWIN

"Speech/Acts" Wants You to Listen

Public Engagement for ICA Autumn Show Calls for Penn Students

by GINA ALM

The Band You've Been Missing Your Entire Life: The War On Drugs

The music world waited patiently for A Deeper Understanding for three years. Me on the other hand, not so much.

by TALIA STERMAN

Hanging Out with Jennifer Egan

The Pulitzer Prize–winning author comes back to campus.

by DANI BLUM

Why We Deserved Sex and the City 3

A (Mr.) Big Loss

by BROOKIE MCILVAINE

Reading Into the Palm

The future's in your hands (literally).

by SHERRY TSENG

A Fall Break with Art in Venice

When you are registering for courses, look for those that take you abroad for free over break.

by LINDA LIN

Friday the 13th Playlist

Get spooky

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

(Not So) "Younger Now": A Review of Miley Cyrus's Latest Album

Miley’s long–awaited album, “Younger Now” is officially out.

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Fake But Great: The Best and Wildest Musical Marketing Strategies

From mail to missing posters and fake weddings, here are some of the most inventive ways artists have promoted their music.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

(Review) First Landing by Moon Boots

Pete Dougherty’s debut album serves as a ten–track monument to jaunty disco and breezy electronic rhythms.

by PAUL LITWIN

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