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Baby Huey: The Soul Legend You've Never Heard of

Looking back at one of the great, but slept on, soul albums.

by CHRIS TROOP

Street's Springtime Playlist

Look ahead to warmer days with Street’s breezy spring playlist.

by PAUL LITWIN

Under the Covers 2: James Taylor and The Kinks

When it comes to remaking old classics, Street's got you covered.

by CHRIS TROOP

Up–and–coming Feminist Singer Ella Vos on Motherhood and Music

The singer–songwriter spoke to Street about performing, her creative process, and #MeToo.

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

Album Review: Triathalon's 'Online' Does Vaporwave Right

Hate the genre, love the artist.

by CHRIS TROOP

The Influence of Anime References in Mainstream Rap

The unlikely marriage of Dragon Ball Z and some of your favorite artists.

by CHRIS TROOP

Promotional Techniques Get Weird for Smaller Artists

Artists gain traction with MILF contests and sex tapes.

by NATALIA JOSEPH

Against All Logic: In Defense of House

How one album taught me to love a genre that I have buried in prejudice. 

by HOLDEN CAPLAN

DJ Khaled: Deserving His Success

The record producer is quietly one of the smartest figures in the music industry.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

The Best Festival Lineups in 2018 for Your Money

From Governer's Ball to Shaky Beats.

by TAMARA GELBAND

Why Artists are Making the Strawberry Part of Their Brand

The shift of the strawberry from song titles to t–shirts.

by NATALIA JOSEPH

This Week in Music News

This week's roundup includes a Rihanna clap–back, a Chance cameo, and a Rick and Morty music video (what?).

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Where is Frank Ocean's Third Studio Album?

The enigmatic R&B singer is making us wait again.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Up–and–Comer Caleb Giles Deconstructs His Musical Process

The saxophonist turned rapper's latest album received a 7.0 from Pitchfork.

by HOLDEN CAPLAN

A Fresh Look at Groundbreaking Producer Nujabes' Soundtrack for Anime 'Samurai Champloo'

A convenient excuse to watch an anime for the music.

by CHRIS TROOP

'Nation of Two' by Vance Joy Doesn't Hold Up

Introducing an album of mediocre ballads for folk fangirls.

by NATALIA JOSEPH

Five Ivy League Bands That Aren't Vampire Weekend

A heated battle of the bands that started in dorm rooms.

by ALIX STEERMAN

“44 More” by Logic: The Return of Young Sinatra

The rapper brings back some old flows on his new release.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

A Closer Look at Shrek's Killer Soundtrack

Here's why we loved the movie about as much as we love "All Star."

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

What to Expect from Jack White's Coming Album

Everything you need to know about Boarding House Reach.

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

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