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Kyle Whiting


ARTICLES

Hadji Gaviota Wants You To Be Honest With Yourself

The Penn alum talks dismantling pre–professionalism and discovering his identity ahead of his latest album.

Jónsi's 'Shiver' Hides Hopeful Warmth in a Blizzard of Freezing Cold

Sigur Rós' frontman Jónsi embarks on his second solo LP with assistance from AG Cook.

Remembering the Cocteau Twins' 'Heaven or Las Vegas,' 30 Years Later

This dreamy, psychedelic affair glows as brightly as the Las Vegas strip.

Hell Is Round The Corner: An Autopsy of Trip-Hop

Let's discuss the record–scratching, tear–jerking, soul–sucking vibes of the '90's greatest export.

Mike Polizze's 'Long Lost Solace Find' is utterly unremarkable

Polizze's laid-back musical tone undermines the lyrics' potential for raw confessionalism.

Naeem Balances Club-Ready Bangers and Sensitive Love Songs On 'Startisha'

Naeem (formerly: Spank Rock) transforms into his new persona on this sonically dense, experimental new album

A Conversation with Marie Dahlstrøm: Making Music Without Labels

Street sat down with Danish singer/songwriter Marie Dahlstrøm to discuss her newest album, 'Like Sand.'

A Conversation with Overcoats: Fighting for What's Right

Overcoats' Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell are ready for battle on their new album, 'The Fight'

Dua Lipa Serves Us Throwback Bangers on 'Future Nostalgia'

Motown, Brill Building, and Disco, oh my!

A Conversation with Allie X: Finding Beauty in Tragedy on 'Cape God'

Street sat down with the fledging pop star to discuss how she turns darkness into danceable pop.

Gupi's 'None' Is an Exhilarating Ride Through Experimental Club Music

Dog Show Records signee gupi offers a promising debut album chock full of electronic maximalism.

Björk's Complicated and Continuously Evolving Legacy

Björk is one of the most influential pop artists of all time. Here's why.

Moses Sumney's 'grae: Part 1' is a Breathtaking Sophomore Album

Moses Sumney's first entry in the 'grae' double LP is a gorgeous examination of the in–between.

Grimes Celebrates the Apocalypse on 'Miss Anthropocene'

On her latest album, Grimes reflects on the destruction of mankind.
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