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Black Dresses Are Relentlessly Hopeful on ‘Forever In Your Heart’

Last year, the band broke up. Now, they’ve just put out the best work of their career.

by WALDEN GREEN

Street's Most Anticipated Releases of March

There are the albums we can't wait to hear over the next month. 

by KYLE WHITING

When Do We Give Up On Delayed Albums?

Lorde, Rihanna, and Chromatics have all been set to release new music ... for a while.

by WALDEN GREEN

Hayley Williams Processes Grief and Resilience on her Devastating New Album

'FLOWERS for VASES / descansos' offers deeper insight into the Paramore lead's personal life.

by EMILY MOON

When K–Pop Meets Nazism

It isn't the first time Nazism has infiltrated K–Pop. 

by KATHRYN XU

Pink Sweat$ takes us to 'Pink Planet' on his new album

The Philadelphia native's new LP is romantic R&B unified with wholesome lyrics.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

On 'EP2!,' JPEGMAFIA Experiments with Ambience

The rapper known for his eclectic and digitalized production opts for a new sound.

by EVAN QIANG

Pearl Charles Encourages Soul Searching on 'Magic Mirror'

Charles' sophomore LP inspires dance parties in the bedroom.

by EVAN QIANG

Going Gaga for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Oreos

It's giving us camp. It's giving us gay. It's giving us Gaga.

by PEYTON TOUPS

The Weather Station Combats 'Ignorance' On New Album

Tamara Lindeman illuminates the existential threat of climate change on her latest effort.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Why is Taylor Swift Re–Recording her Old Albums?

“Love Story” is the first of many. But why is Swift re–recording her music in the first place?

by EMILY MOON

Weezer's Quirks Shine Through On 'OK Human'

Though Weezer may never return to the heights of 'Pinkerton,' their latest record is authentic in its simplicity.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

A Playlist Called "Love"

Lots and lots (and lots) of love.

by PEYTON TOUPS

A Love Letter to my Infinite Playlist

How I curate and collect conceptions of love by ways of a Spotify Playlist

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

For the Love of the Cover

In quarantine, covering songs has become the ultimate act of love.

by MEG GLADIEUX

Love Triangles Take the Wheel in Olivia Rodrigo's "drivers license"

Rodrigo's hit single puts a new spin on a tale as old as time.

by EMILY MOON

Remembering SOPHIE

In the wake of SOPHIE's death, the artist left a chasm of untapped potential the size of the moon.

by PEYTON TOUPS

When A Feminist Anthem Falls Flat

MARINA's 'Man's World' exemplifies what can go wrong with setting out to write a feminist anthem.

by KATHRYN XU

Will Live Music Ever Return?

As the pandemic drags on, live music seems as distant as ever.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Arlo Parks Offers Healing on 'Collapsed in Sunbeams'

Parks' debut album exceeds expectations with beautifully brutal honesty.

by EMILY MOON

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