The Who, The Pretenders At The Wachovia Center (2006)

With social distancing putting a hold on live events, I am talking a walk down memory lane to reflect on the 10 most memorable concerts I have seen. This is not a list of the ten best shows, but rather the ones that have left the most indelible memories. The first concert I ever saw... Continue Reading →

The 10 Most Essential Foo Fighters Songs

The Foo Fighters are 25 years old. While that fact makes any Millennial or Gen X-er cringe as the band creeps closer to Classic Rock radio, it also prompts a look back at the band’s storied career. Built out of the ashes of Nirvana, the rockers have dropped more hits than any band of its... Continue Reading →

M. Ward’s Migration Souls, New Album

M. Ward's new album drops a little under two months from now. Migration Stories is the She & Him collaborator’s tenth solo studio record and first since 2018. The first single for the LP dropped in December. “Migration of Souls” reminds of Iggy Pop's timeless classic "The Passenger." Both tracks offer a perpetually relaxing spirit... Continue Reading →

Ten Indie Albums That Defined 2019

2019 wrapped an amazing decade of music from rising stars and established vets. These ten indie albums found ways to creep into my headspace and endure throughout the year: beabadoobee, Space Cadet (EP) – File this name under “Artists to Watch in 2020.” Filipino-British songwriter Beatrice Kristi Laus is magnificent. The garage rocker, aka beadbadoobees,... Continue Reading →

Best Philadelphia Indie Albums Of The 2010s

Philadelphia was fortunate to witness the ascent of a talented independent music scene in the 2010s. The artists who emerged from Fishtown and Delco crafted records that not only packed local venues, but also broke out nationally. Philadelphia indie bands navigated a decade that saw the rise of streaming by putting out albums that spun on vinyl.

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