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Music

EDEN's 'no future' Surpasses Sky High Expectations

The Irish experimental musician deftly avoids a sophomore slump.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Thrice's 'Vheissu' Anniversary Tour Defines Post–Hardcore

Every band in the lineup put their own spin on an ill–defined, fantastic genre.

by MELANNIE JAY

A Definitive Ranking of the 2020 Oscars Musical Performances

Some made you "Stand Up," others made you "Lose Yourself."

by KEELY DOUGLAS

The Grammys' 'Best Musical Theater Album' Reflects Voter Apathy

Giving the award to the Tonys' Best Musical takes away what makes cast albums special.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

French–Language Love Songs for a Highbrow Valentine's Day

This February, add the language of love to your Spotify playlist.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Outdoor Concert Venues are Vital to a City's Scene

Memories made at summer and skyline stages are more important than the potential for rain.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

Poppy Declares Independence on 'I Disagree'

The YouTube-turned-pop star has made the full transition into metal.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Diving into Middle School Nostalgia at the Deadmau5 Concert

The seminal DJ turned The Met into a time machine.

by DANIEL BULPITT

Mac Miller's 'Circles' Provides a Touching Conclusion to the Artist's Work

The rapper's posthumous album is a mature mediation on life and death.

by MELANNIE JAY

Bonny Light Horseman's Debut Album Will Convert Even Folk Skeptics

Three established musicians prove the value of collaboration with their new supergroup.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

The Six Best Singles Out This Week

Paramore's Hayley Williams releases her first solo track, and Mitski breaks her radio silence.

by SAM KESLER

Selena Gomez's New Album Struggles to Tell Us Why She is So 'Rare'

Gomez's third album is danceable, but not deep. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

'Good Luck Everybody' is AJJ at Their Most Cautiously Optimistic

Veteran folk punks find hope amidst bleakness on their new album.

by MELANNIE JAY

Street's Favorite Albums of the Decade

15 albums that defined the 2010s

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Madeon Finds His Own Voice with 'Good Faith'

The new album pairs the electronic artist's classic synth production with a more mature outlook.

by QUINN ROBINSON

A Spotlight on The Penn Glee Club Band

The Penn Glee Club: talented instrumentalists, committed community members, and the winners of Street's Battle of the Bands

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Coldplay's 'Everyday Life' Is Their Most Experimental Album To Date

This isn't the Coldplay you grew up on. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Celine Dion's 'Courage' Is Disappointing and Forgettable

The icon's first English–language album in six years doesn't live up to its emotional promises.

by KEELY DOUGLAS

A Conversation with Corey Flood, Penn's Favorite Basement Rockers

How the Philly trio went from a Ween cover band to playing Union Transfer.

by SAM KESLER

Gus Dapperton Brings Youthful Energy to Union Transfer

Growing up is hard; Gus Dapperton is singing through it.

by JULIA DAVIES

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