Music

Your Week In Music (10.01)

Music's got you covered: what to say, what to do...we're practically thinking for you, too.

by TALIA STERMAN

Street's Study Jams

Pick your poison, and then get listening–it’s time to be productive because ~midterms~

by TALIA STERMAN

If You Like That, Listen To This

Six hot new recommendations based on your current music tastes.

by JOHANNA MATT-NAVARRO

Your Week In Music (09.24)

Block out your Thursday and Friday and Wednesday nights. You don't want to miss this.

by RACHEL ERANI

Music's Practical Guide To Being A Hipster

When you’re asked point blank what you’re listening to, take a second to craft the perfectly hipster response. You're welcome.

by TALIA STERMAN

Your Week In Music (09.17)

Get down to A$AP Rocky or be classy at the Philly Chamber Orchestra. Or better yet, do both.

by JOHANNA MATT-NAVARRO

Beats on the Street: 09.17.15

Street stopped students on Locust to hear what they were listening to. From Arctic Monkeys to Ed Sheeren, here's a taste of who has better music tastes than you do.

by BRANDON SLOTKIN

Your Week in Music (09.10)

Bands that will make for the perfect #tbt and some new cool DJs to hit up.

by JOHANNA MATT-NAVARRO

12 Albums to Stream this September

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by TALIA STERMAN

Top 15 For Fall 2015

Music has got you covered on the only relevant syllabus you need to read up on for the entire semester, from now to Halloween to *groan* finals.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Your Week in Music (09.03.15)

Get ready to discuss the VMAs in class and try to sneak some Bankers into Made in America

by TALIA STERMAN

Creepoid’s Pat Troxell Refelcts on the Philly DIY Scene

From destroying guitars at Penn’s Pilam house to getting kicked out of clubs on South Street, Creepoid and their psychedelic grunge rock have made their mark in our city. Check them out at Underground Arts this Thursday as they kick off their U.S. tour.

by AMANDA SILBERLING

No Fling? No Problem!

Not everyone wants to rock head–to–toe glitter this weekend. If you're not seeing Kesha and Kygo at Franklin Field, we've got some alternatives for you.

by AMANDA SILBERLING

Your Week In Music (04.16.15)

The first Brand New song in six years, middle school nostalgia, Coachella envy – it's a pretty busy week.

by RAQUEL BANKS

A Wail and a Whimper: Title Fight Meets La Dispute

Pushing through the crowds, a good front seat appears like an impossible option at the crowded Union Transfer concert.

by RAQUEL BANKS

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