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Phillip Phillips returns to Philadelphia on the Magnetic Tour, in support of “Collateral”

“I haven’t been to Philly in a while” Phillips announces only a handful of songs into the show. He proceeds to announce he’ll have a cheesesteak after the show, to which the audience, unprompted, screams suggestions of where he can find the best one in town. This exchange symbolizes a great part of the evening – a humble, talented artist and an enthusiastic audience eager to make that moment as special as possible. Continue Reading

Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lahey visits Philadelphia’s World Café Live in support of her debut album “I Love You Like a Brother”

“Last time we were here, we played for about 12 people. So this is a vast improvement” Alex Lahey said, thanking the crowd for coming to her show. “There was this professor guy who came on before us and was giving a lecture about crystals, and he certainly had a bigger crowd than us.” Continue Reading

Hazel English brings grace and charisma to Philadelphia’s Boot and Saddle (with Suburban Living)

This past Tuesday was Hazel English’s first time in Philadelphia. The California native is currently touring North America in support of her EP Just Give In/Never Going Home and made a stop at Boot and Saddle, a quirky and small venue in South Philly on the final leg of tour. Continue Reading

Legendary French producer and composer Jean-Michel Jarre lights up Philadelphia’s Tower Theater

Long-time French producer, composer, and all around performer, Jean-Michel Jarre lit up the room, literally, combining a translucent light-show overtop his ambient electronic instrumentals hypnotizing the Tower Theater with intrigue and delight. Continue Reading

Vince Staples and Kilo Kish prove age is not a factor at sold-out show at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer

Long Beach rapper Vince Staples packed the building on his stop through Philadelphia on March 24th at Union Transfer. Currently on his Wes Anderson-inspired “Life Aquatic Tour” with collaborator Kilo Kish, the 23-year old emcee took the sold out crowd on a voyage through his world in true hip hop form, with nothing on stage but a microphone and enough room to move. Continue Reading

The Strokes’ Nick Valensi brings his new band, CRX, to Philadelphia for an electric show

Nick Valensi, lead guitarist of the Strokes, brought his band CRX through Philly this weekend in support of their album New Skin, which was released at the end of October. CRX plays rock music layered with guitar and bass, punctuated by hard-hitting drum fills and electrified by Valensi’s meticulous riffing, always teasing the Strokes. Continue Reading

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