New music from Morrissey and Jhene Aiko, plus throwbacks to Janelle Monaé and some Iggy that we should all know.
By 34th Street
Sometimes the best ingredients don't make the best product, and Norah Jones' forgettable debut album as part of indie girl group Puss n Boots is no exception.
By Carolyn Grace
Fling artist Magic Man proves they're more than just some band SPEC thought would be cheap to book, and more new music in this week's playlist.
Jack Antonoff is on a quest to bring back the soul of pop music, but he hits a few speed bumps along the way.
By Cassandra Kyriazis
In which Adele takes over the known universe.
Meet the Penn DJs curating the music you embarrassingly dance to every weekend.
This year in music had it all: the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between.
Donald Trump and Major Lazer featured in the same article. What a time to be alive.
You’re on your phone all day anyways. Make that eat, sleep, music, repeat.
We got high class (Odesza, Banks) and low class (the Biebs): you pick.
From community development in South Africa to spinning tracks with Le Youth, this Health & Societies major has got you covered.
Get in loser, we're going to some concerts.
The British electronic duo brings their sequel to Settle to the U.S.
And Some cool djs to check out.
There's a lot of things you need to know about MS MR, if you don't know about them already. First off, Lizzy Plapinger (MS) brings an almost soulful tone as a vocalist, unlike the often nasal-dominated world of female-led pop.
Meet the two men behind your favorite late-night set.
Five cool music films to aid your midterm procrastination. You're welcome.
Music's got you covered: what to say, what to do...we're practically thinking for you, too.
Pick your poison, and then get listening–it’s time to be productive because ~midterms~
Got gossip? Overheards? Submit anonymously here and you just might see them in print.
Every Thursday, the best of Street delivered to your inbox.