As joy, despair and resistance coexist in our hearts, there was no better place to be on Valentine’s Day than
Bat For Lashes completed the U.S. portion of its North American tour at Town Hall in NYC. Multi-instrumentalist Natasha Khan,
Gathered In Song And Satire: Damien Jurado And Nick Thune’s Travelling Salvation Show Hits Philadelphia
Damien Jurado will release his third album in less than two years on May 1. What's New, Tomboy? (Mama Bird)
Even the resolute Freddie Mercury, were he alive today, would surely concede that there are times when the show mustn’t
Touring in support of last year's Metronomy Forever (Because Music), the Joseph Mount-led British quintet brought the dance party to
At Boot & Saddle, Bonny Light Horseman blurred the lines between centuries with contemporary arrangements of traditional songs that have
The 33rd Tibet House US Benefit Concert brought Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Laurie Anderson, Bettye LaVette, Sandra Oh, the National's
From “The President Sang ‘Amazing Grace’” to “1952 Vincent Black Lightning” to “Elegy (Crystal Glass)” to “Life Is Too Short
Amanda X This DIY space in MAGNET's hometown will certainly be missed, and the final show did not disappoint. With
In one of her many addresses to the audience, the country legend proclaimed that she’s touring as Tanya Tucker "the
EOB—the moniker that Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien uses for his solo work—will kick off its first full-scale North American tour
Nominated for four awards at this year's Grammys (including best new artist), Yola is continuing to support her dazzling debut
Yola’s dynamic stage presence, lithe voice and the way she seemed to confide in listeners with every song introduction put
Courtney Barnett rocked Wilmington, Del.'s The Queen in solo form, diving through her catalog one transcendent chord at a time.
Limbs whipping, hair flipping, Pip Blom sped through a dozen twisty, slippery and chunky indie-rock tunes at Philly's Kung Fu
OK, millennials, that's not Joaquin Phoenix or Heath Ledger. That's Keith "Monkey" Warren, frontman of British punk band the Adicts.
Twin Peaks played Philly's Union Transfer supporting excellent fourth album Lookout Low (Grand Jury), produced by the esteemed Ethan Johns.
With her warm, husky voice and intense presence, Margo Timmins has a paradoxical way of inhabitIng songs with languor and