End of Winter Music Must List

End of Winter Music Must List

As we begin to usher in the spring, here are some of the best new tunes from the past couple months to get you through the rainy days and mentally prepare you for next quarter!

Albums and EPs

Black Panther The Album From And Inspired By — Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, SZA

Fusing allusion to Marvel's newest super-hero film with vital social commentary, this is a can't miss collection. Lamar delivers powerful lyrics and production, particularly in "All the Stars"  and "X." Listen here.

Nation of Two — Vance Joy

Four years after his debut studio album Dream Your Life Away, Vance Joy returns with a resounding second album. Radiating with the Aussie's bright acoustic, folk sound, "Nation of Two" be around to stay. Listen here.

Morning View — Towkio

Chicago native Towkio offers something for everyone. From rhythmic ballads with SZA to hard bars, Towkio's Chicago style echos that of Chance the Rapper's Coloring Book. Listen here.

Greatest Tits — Thunderpussy

Alt-rock at its best, electric guitar and moody lyrics make this a great go to. On the softer side of the EP, "Torpedo Love" brings an alt ballad to the collection. Listen here.

Scary Hours — Drake

"God's Plan" has been widely circulated by now, but the EP's second track "Diplomatic Immunity" is a storytelling track in Drake's signature style. Listen here.

Quick Hit Singles

"Hold Me Down" — Family of the Year; Listen here.

"Havana" — Pentatonix; Listen here.

"Coolin' Out" — Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats; Listen here.

"Sick Boy... You Owe Me" — The Chainsmokers; Listen here.

Spring Street Style Trends to Take Note Of

Spring Street Style Trends to Take Note Of

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