34th Street Magazine is part of a student-run nonprofit.

Please support us by disabling your ad blocker on our site.

Music

Selena Gomez Has Finally Found Her ‘Revelación’

The Spanish EP follows Gomez’s journey through heartbreak, acceptance, and confidence.

by EVAN QIANG

Post–Rock & Post–Punk in a Post–‘Spiderland’ World

Examining the lingering paranoia of the Slint album that carved out rock music, thirty years ago. 

by WALDEN GREEN

The Paper Kites Wax Poetic on New Album 'Roses'

The band's latest studio effort is an exercise in low–key dreamy indie–folk.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Stay–at–Home on the Range

Why country music about travel is the perfect balm for a time when we are stuck in place.

by WALDEN GREEN

Billie Eilish is Raw and Relatable in 'The World's A Little Blurry' Documentary

Eilish is redefining what it means to be a popstar, but she's still just a kid. 

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Smerz’s ‘Believer’ is an Elegant Puzzle Box of Classical and Club

On their first full–length release, the duo expands their sonic palette while remaining their playful selves.

by WALDEN GREEN

Pop Star Sia Misses the Mark with Horribly Ableist 'Music'

The film is not only tone–deaf, but offensive to the very people it claims to support.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Are You Ready for the Grammys?

Sunday is the biggest night in the music industry: Who will come out on top?

by EVAN QIANG

Katy Kirby Gains Her Balance on ‘Cool Dry Place’

The singer–songwriter tells her life story through emotional anecdotes.

by EVAN QIANG

Julien Baker Searches for Meaning in 'Little Oblivions'

Baker's third studio album grapples with its identity through a series of indie–rock existential crises.

by EMILY MOON

A Closer Look Into Big Streams in Quarantine

An ode to two artists who made it big on their own in the age of social media and streaming services

by PHUONG NGO

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

PennConnects

Most Read