Strand of Oaks Electrifies Philly’s Union Transfer

Anyone who squeezed into Union Transfer last Friday was rewarded with a full-throttle show from Strand of Oaks. Supported by Wild Pink, the concert was the last on their joint North American tour leg. The bands packed passion, energy, and a lot of guitar into the homecoming gig for Philly's Strand of Oaks.

Essential The War On Drugs Songs

Few discographies are as special as The War On Drugs. The essential collection of The War On Drugs songs reveals everything you need to know about the band's music. The Philadelphia group has packed stellar musicianship, emotional lyrics, and incredible energy into four must-hear albums that date back to 2008.

Meghan From Philly Fitness Blog Work It Like A Mother

The Flat Circle is renewing its interview series with Philadelphia bloggers. To kick things off, we chatted with Meghan from Work It Like A Mother. One half of the duo that writes the fitness blog for moms, Meghan discusses why she began blogging, the importance of focus to optimize fitness, and outdoor workout spots in the Philly area.

Philadelphia Bands, Songwriters Who are Leaving Their Mark On 2019

Philadelphia has a robust music scene. The city has become a hotbed for young artists and many local Philadelphia bands have grown national profiles. There has not been a “Philly sound,” either. Artists and songwriters have a diverse musicality that creates an exciting environment for fans. Here are some of the Philly artists who are making amazing music in 2019:

Phil Martelli Taught Me How To Be A Hawk

Phil Martelli was let go as the men’s basketball coach at Saint Joseph’s University today, a move that has induced a lot of feelings that I would normally post on social media. His departure is a difficult thing to limit to 240 characters.

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