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Music

Toro y Moi Searches for Inner Peace with his Latest Album, 'Outer Peace'

The eclectic artist grapples with identity and self–acceptance in this standout 2019 album.

by PAUL LITWIN

Ariana Grande’s 'thank u, next' Poises Her for Pop Domination

 It’s Ariana Grande’s world. We’re all just living in it.  

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Only Sex Playlist You'll Ever Need

It's time to spice things up.

by TERESA XIE

A Valentine's Day Playlist for Rekindling Your Love

Songs that will make you believe in true love this Valentine’s Day

by JULIA DAVIES

Five Songs to Make Your Significant Other Fall in Love with You Again

Picking the bops that make us feel the butterflies once more.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Why Omarion’s 'Ice Box' Is The Greatest Breakup Song of the Past 15 Years

Taking a look back at the track that exemplifies the best of mid–2000s R&B

by PAUL LITWIN

How to Make the Perfect Valentine's Day Mixtape

It only takes 12 tracks to fall in love. 

by JOHNNY VITALE

Omar Apollo Performs on Campus

The lo–fi star brought high energy to the Rotunda on Wednesday.

by JULIA DAVIES

Best Valentine's Day Concerts Coming Up in Philly

Sway along to some tunes with that special someone—or even by yourself.

by SAM KESLER

Street's Ranking of Taylor Swift’s Greatest Love Songs

See if your guilty–pleasure jam makes the list. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Cherry Glazerr's 'Stuffed & Ready' Is Haunting In Its Honesty

Their new album is rich with visceral lyrics and guitar riffs.

by SAM KESLER

Meet the Band Behind Mask and Wig's Performances

Getting to know Mask and Wig’s musicians as they work their magic.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Set It Off's 'Midnight' Is A Worthy Addition to the Pop Punk Catalog

Punchy riffs and catchy vocals may bring the band to pop punk fame.

by MELANNIE JAY

Celebrating Michel Legrand and Reflecting on the Nature of Film Music

Looking back at how movie scores have evolved over the past century. 

by TERESA XIE

Yes, Gen–Z Really is Killing the Music Festival

 Sorry Billy Joel, we actually did start the Fyre. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

A Preliminary Guide to Summer 2019's Music Festivals

Get over your winter blues by planning which music festival you'll be at this summer.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

The Mountain Goats Announce a Dungeons & Dragons–Inspired Album 'In League with Dragons'

Learn more about the genre the indie–rock band is calling 'dragon noir'.

by MELANNIE JAY

Hoodie Allen and Penn: A Timeline

Peering into the notable alum’s relationship with the University.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Lizzo is your Self–Confidence Guru for 2019

This feel–good artist releases bop after bop about body positivity and self–love.

by SAM KESLER

The Five Essential Record Stores for Building Your Vinyl Collection

 Take your music taste for a spin with these classic stops. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

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