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Music

Meet Jonah Jurick, the Artist Also Known as Hei$t

Musician Inspiration | Hei$t introduces himself and his creative process through his “Holy Grail” playlist.

by EMILY MOON

Even Virtually, The Philadelphia Orchestra is a Must–See

Philly Orchestra provides a break from reality with a Grammy–winning pianist, the music of an ailing body, and more.

by NORA YOUN

The Immortal Life of ABBA

Exploring the magic behind ABBA's  generational staying power.

by MEG GLADIEUX

Róisín Murphy reclaims the Dance Floor on 'Róisín Machine'

The veteran alt–pop icon reintroduces herself on her first record in five years.

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Playlist for If You are Desperately Missing Philly

The history behind your favorite Philadelphia—themed tunes.

by JILLIAN LOMBARDI

Newsflash: Greta Van Fleet is not Led Zeppelin 2.0

The young rockers’ new single reignites the debate over their originality.

by PHIL STEINKRAUSS

Joji Comes Into his Own on 'Nectar'

On his sophomore LP, the artist formerly known as Filthy Frank and Pink Guy fully develops his latest persona.

by TREASURE BROWN

Jónsi's 'Shiver' Hides Hopeful Warmth in a Blizzard of Freezing Cold

Sigur Rós' frontman Jónsi embarks on his second solo LP with assistance from AG Cook.

by KYLE WHITING

I See "Nowhere Man" Everywhere

40 years after his death, John Lennon's soul and spirit remain strong through his lyrics.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Travis Scott Doesn't Need Concerts to Make Money

Scott leads a masterclass in self–promotion during a concert–less time.

by EMILY MOON

SuperM's 'Super One' is All Flash, Little Substance

The K–pop supergroup's debut album hasn't received the reception its star–studded guest list demanded.

by NORA YOUN

Bopdrop: A New Way to Share Music?

Bopdrop is the newest social media app on the block, designed to let people know what you're jamming to. Does it have longevity?

by TREASURE BROWN

Remembering Eddie Van Halen: a True Guitar God

The tragic death of Eddie Van Halen leaves us to reflect on the legacy of one of rock & roll's greatest guitarists.

by PHIL STEINKRAUSS

The Women of Hip–Hop are Here to Stay

And they don’t care what you think about their lyrics. 

by AIDAH QURESHI

'What Could Possibly Go Wrong' with Dominic Fike's first album?

Fike admits he feels the pressure of his rise to stardom. 

by EMILY MOON

A.G. Cook's 'Apple' is a Dizzying Display of Electronica

The PC Music ringleader's "second debut album" flies in every direction.

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Soundtrack for 2020's Election Anxieties

Street reflects on the songs that reflect our cries for justice.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Remembering the Cocteau Twins' 'Heaven or Las Vegas,' 30 Years Later

This dreamy, psychedelic affair glows as brightly as the Las Vegas strip.

by KYLE WHITING

Hell Is Round The Corner: An Autopsy of Trip-Hop

Let's discuss the record–scratching, tear–jerking, soul–sucking vibes of the '90's greatest export.

by KYLE WHITING

No, Taylor Swift Didn’t Write the Leftist Anthem.

Unpacking "The Last Great American Dynasty's" rise to become a bastion of hope for progressive Democrats.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

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