You probably think you don't need another lush, folkie sister act in your life, but give lovely Lily & Madeleine a shot anyway.
Live records are usually high on energy and low on fidelity; here, the trade-off pays off.
Pluto's rather unceremonious demotion from planet to dwarf planet was kind of a bummer, and as with all of life's bummers, somebody's gotta figure out how to explain it to the kids.
John Faye old '90s alt-rock outfit returns to benefit the Philadelphia Children's Alliance.
[Nov. 7] No one in their right mind would send these greasy Atlanta garage rockers to the Middle East as ambassadors of culture and understanding, so they sent themselves.
The only thing in in this giant envelope was a two-page press release...
Every Tuesday in November, the Fire is hosting the Philly Sings Philly series — local artists playing music by other local artists. Click below to hear music by Sean Hoots, Divers and more.
It's Halloween! There's things to do!
[Nov. 6] Three things about the two artists on Wednesday's bill at the Boot & Saddle: They're weird, they're from far-off lands and we've watched them shower.
Who's selling crack at the end of the world?
Don't get lost in the pine barrens while listening to this song.
The Velvet Underground frontman, interviewed by NYTimes/Rolling Stone writer Anthony DeCurtis.
I think tonight's probably the first time I could stomach watching the whole thing.
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I haven't heard new music from Keisha Hutchins in what must be a decade, so I was excited when a new solo record came across my desk.
Draw a picture, win tickets.
We're asking people we like to pick the scariest songs they know.
We're asking people to pick the scariest songs they know.
No, it's not a Dio-era Sabbath cover.
Like more than 20. So here they are in list form.