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Perfume Genius Realizes His Full, Complex Self on New Record

On his fifth record, 'Set My Heart On Fire Immediately,' Perfume Genius' Mike Hadreas explores queer love with a newfound poignancy

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Conversation with Marie Dahlstrøm: Making Music Without Labels

Street sat down with Danish singer/songwriter Marie Dahlstrøm to discuss her newest album, 'Like Sand.'

by KYLE WHITING

'SAWAYAMA' is a Must Listen

Rina Sawayama's debut album is genre–bending exploration of identity. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Conversation with Overcoats: Fighting for What's Right

Overcoats' Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell are ready for battle on their new album, 'The Fight'

by KYLE WHITING

The Album with the Perfect Score

Fiona Apple's 'Fetch the Bolt Cutters' is proof you don't need a fancy recording studio to shine. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

New Releases or Radio Silent?

What your favorite artists have been up to during quarantine. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

Dua Lipa Serves Us Throwback Bangers on 'Future Nostalgia'

Motown, Brill Building, and Disco, oh my!

by KYLE WHITING

Why I Created QUARANTINE: A Collaborative Playlist

Songs that resonated with me about being alone. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Conversation with Allie X: Finding Beauty in Tragedy on 'Cape God'

Street sat down with the fledging pop star to discuss how she turns darkness into danceable pop.

by KYLE WHITING

How I joined BTS's Army

The global brand still manages to maintain their joy and authenticity. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

Gupi's 'None' Is an Exhilarating Ride Through Experimental Club Music

Dog Show Records signee gupi offers a promising debut album chock full of electronic maximalism.

by KYLE WHITING

'Changes' is Bieber's Anti–Climactic Comeback

There was more diversity and nuance in his elementary albums. 

by EVA INGBER

Björk's Complicated and Continuously Evolving Legacy

Björk is one of the most influential pop artists of all time. Here's why.

by KYLE WHITING

I Went to the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and Got Very Emo About It

The orchestra's "À la Française" was a tribute to French composers and my teenaged self.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Why Are All the Bands Getting Back Together?

How the Jonas Brothers and MCR kicked off 2020's weirdest musical trend.

by MELANNIE JAY

Moses Sumney's 'grae: Part 1' is a Breathtaking Sophomore Album

Moses Sumney's first entry in the 'grae' double LP is a gorgeous examination of the in–between.

by KYLE WHITING

Orla Gartland's 'Freckle Season' Leaves Fans Wanting More

Gartland's fourth EP is masterfully made, but doesn't quite feel finished.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Why Billie Eilish Isn't the New Lorde

Not all teen music powerhouses are made the same.

by MELANNIE JAY

Grimes Celebrates the Apocalypse on 'Miss Anthropocene'

On her latest album, Grimes reflects on the destruction of mankind.

by KYLE WHITING

Marina's 'The Family Jewels' and the Decade That Followed

After ten years, the artist's debut album holds more weight than ever.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

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