A similarly structured street that is now home to Philly’s newest and most exciting record stores, Cratediggaz Records has now established itself as a hotbed for the city’s hip-hop scene.
Toughen Up, Leroy From The North’s full-length debut, is a soundtrack for road trips with the radio cranked high, the FM dial caught somewhere between the country and classic rock
Eric Bibb’s Ridin’ continues the themes of social justice and African American history with equal fervor as its predecessor.
The fact that “The American Songster” Dom Flemons, Grammy Award winner, multi-instrumentalist, and musicologist records on Smithsonian Folkways is a statement in itself about his ability to unearth historical cultural
Muse and Evanescence, although different in both sound and scope, brought their big game arena sounds to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA on 3/19/2023.
Since the popularity of Jason Isbell’s Southeastern and subsequent releases, there’s been no shortage of songwriters really leaning into that sad-boy country sound, but it’s hard to complain if you’re
Melbourne’s Sunfruits delivers a power pop anthem of a generation with their new track “End of the World.” Tapping into an all too familiar sentiment many people felt in early
Pitchfork Music Festival returns to Chicago’s Union Park this summer, Friday, July 21 through Sunday, July 23. Today, the Pitchfork Music Festival announces its full 2023 lineup, including headliners The Smile, Big Thief, and Bon Iver. The Festival commences
For more than forty years, The 8×10 has been at the forefront of Baltimore’s rich & eclectic live-music scene
Libby Rodenbough is from Greensboro, North Carolina, and has played with the four-piece folk band Mipso for more than a decade. The cover of Between the Blades, her second full-length