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The Best Songs from Euphoria's Season One Soundtrack

Fill your back to school playlist with songs from the breakout show of the summer.

by TERESA XIE

An Evening with Summer Salt is an Evening Well Spent

The band's late July performance at the Foundry was calm and collected. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The "Big Day" is Here: Chance the Rapper has Dropped His Debut Album

Quantity battles with quality on Chance the Rapper's twenty-two track long album. 

by JULIA DAVIES

The "Lion King" Soundtrack is a Product of Musical Greats

On what other singular album will you find the works of Beyonce, Donald Glover, Elton John and Pharrell Williams?

by JULIA DAVIES

New York City Center’s “Working: A Musical” Gives Voice to America’s Hidden Heroes

 The limited edition musical profiles a school teacher, a waitress, and a housewife with the care of a New York Times profile. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Lil Nas X's New EP Suggests that Country Trap is Just the Beginning

This isn't Lil Nas X's first rodeo, it's his second. 

by JULIA DAVIES

We Went to Firefly, And You Should Too

A guide to the three–day weekend packed with performances and camping life–hacks. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Movies @ The Mann: A Summer With Music and Movie Magic

Enjoy a live orchestra accompanying your favorite films.

by JESSICA BAO

Lion Babe Roars at the World Cafe Live

The soulful duo breathes new life into bedroom pop on their latest tour.

by JULIA DAVIES

Why We Need The Summer Playlist

How we use a collection of songs to soundtrack our warmest memories. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

P!nk Returns with a New Album and a New Mindset

On 'Hurts 2B Human:' P!nk Delivers a Predictable, but Powerful Album.

by JULIA DAVIES

The Drums Soak in the Experience at The Foundry

Jonny Pierce leads the New York–based group in a gleeful show. 

by NOA JETT

Is the Album Still Valuable?

A look at how the creative process has changed in the face of the digital age. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The Supreme Court's Ruling on Rap as Free Speech

 Violating the First Amendment, the Supreme Court wants to strip rap of its artistic value. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

On IGOR, Tyler the Creator Dissects Love

On IGOR, Tyler, The Creator chases after and runs from love.     

by JULIA DAVIES

Girlpool Celebrates A New Sound at Underground Arts

The iconic DIY duo were joined by two rising indie acts.

by NOA JETT

10 Songs Instrumental to our Experiences

The 10 songs that have shaped Street Music's lives.

by 34TH STREET MUSIC

La Dispute Brings Life and Love to Union Transfer

With boundless energy, jumps from the stage, and a new setlist, the post–hardcore band gives back to its fans.

by MELANNIE JAY

A Grown–Up Carly Rae Jepsen Drops 'Julien,' But Her 'Call Me Maybe' Days Are Far From Over

The single is the opening track on Jepsen's upcoming studio album, 'Dedicated'.

by BEBE HODGES

Loyle Carner's 'Not Waving, But Drowning' Intersects Poetry and Music

The artist's lyrics stand alone as something special on his sophomore album.

by TERESA XIE

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