Ardmore’s First Spring Fest Was An Undeniable Success
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by Kilian O’Neil
2w ago
Photographed And Written By Liv Foltiny   On April 20th, Ardmore, PA had its very first Spring Fest, an all-day outdoor event everyone could attend free of charge. Hosted by Mirror Image Events and JFS4 Enterprises, Ardmore Spring Fest sought to bring the community together through music (with live performances throughout the day) as well as the products and services from local businesses and artists. Even though I was only there for the second half of the event, one thing was utterly clear: the festival not only met its goal of fostering togetherness and communal support but also ended ..read more
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Spirits Were High in Atlantic City for Cypress Hill’s Bongwalk Empire show on 4/20
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by Kilian O’Neil
2w ago
  Written and Photographed by : Eric Sperrazza           It was 1991 when Cypress Hill debuted, with their single “Hand on the Pump.” Members, Senen ‘Sen Dog’ Reyes, Louis ‘B-Real’ Freese, and Lawrence ‘DJ Muggs’ Muggerud were on their way to super-stardom. Touring on the stage that made the definitive soundtrack of the ’90s, Lollapalooza, Cypress Hill discovered mass appeal from  all walks of life; fans of Grunge, Heavy Metal, Punk, and Pop joined Hip-Hop aficionados in embracing the band’s blended tales of west coast criminality mixed with a healthy l ..read more
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Thus Love Seduces Philly
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by Kilian O’Neil
1M ago
Photos and Written by : Alexandrea Da Veiga  As I ascended from the bustling first floor filled with the typically boring Center City Saturday crowd, the transition to the upstairs venue felt like stepping into an alternate universe. The loud, punk, hot, and queer space exuded an energy that was much closer to what I like, which is what my pre-show research lead me to expect from this band. Thus Love, a queer post-punk band hailing from the woods of Brattleboro, Vermont, and one of the few good things to emerge from the Pandemic (the band was “forced” to their debut album, Memorial, duri ..read more
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A Look At The Sunny Side: iDKHOW Brought Philadelphians A Little Closer Together
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by Kilian O’Neil
1M ago
  Written and photographed by : Liv Foltiny   As a music journalist and/or photographer, you don’t always know how your day is going to unfold. You may have a note somewhere or a space blocked out on your calendar, reminding you there’s a chance you’ll be covering a show on a certain day. While there are plenty of times, you’ll receive your credential confirmations and information well in advance, there are instances where you may not know until the day, or even the night, of the event. This happened to be the case this past Tuesday — when I was given the final approval to cove ..read more
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ZZ Ward Rocks the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood
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by TJ McGlinchey
6M ago
By Julie Ann Shaw I had been waiting years to see ZZ Ward live, and it absolutely was worth the wait. People were lining up to get into the venue hours before the doors even opened, so I knew I was in good company. The opener for the night was a beautiful young lady with a gorgeous raspy voice and a friend on the guitar, Lanie Gardner. When Gardner first started playing, the audience continued their conversations at full volume, almost drawing out Gardner’s soulful set. However, by the time she got to her cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dream” from their timeless 1977 album, Rumours, the audie ..read more
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Ryan Tennis Releases New EP ‘Dando Papaya’
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by TJ McGlinchey
6M ago
By Barbara Gettes with Album art by Angelica Choles and Photo by Will Drinker Let’s go back to Starbucks circa 2003.  The intoxicating smell of the coffee, the amazing music that filled the air. Those days left a forever imprint on so many of us and left us with a gateway for open minds and hearts towards world music..  As much as I still love to listen to my Putumayo collections, it is also a sometimes valuable experience to listen to music with an Afro-Cuban vibe with an opportunity to understand what the song is about.   I mention this because what you are about to read highl ..read more
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All The Haters Can F**k Off – GAYLE And Her Bandmates Gave It Their All At The Foundry
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by TJ McGlinchey
6M ago
Written And Photographed By Liv Foltiny Have you ever had one of those days where you don’t want to go anywhere? You know, the kind where you want to stay home in your sweat clothes? Well, that was how this past Wednesday initially started for me; my only definitive plan for the day was to do a little bit of graphic design work for my boss. However, after receiving a press credential confirmation email in the afternoon, I accepted that I’d have to go out that night, and, in the end, would be glad that I did. Only knowing one of GAYLE’s songs (“abcdefu”), I didn’t exactly know what to expect ..read more
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Fearless Flying Frog Brigade Freaks Out The Fillmore
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by TJ McGlinchey
7M ago
By: Rob Newman / Photographed by: Rev. TJ McGlinchey,  MFA, MAE I remember the first time I saw Les Claypools Fearless Flying Frog Brigade. It was their first tour. Roseland Ballroom. I believe it was the Autumn of 2000. Straight up party band with some very interesting and high-energy jamming. This is an entirely different band. Sean Lennon has taken over on guitar, and Harry Waters on keyboards. Mike Dillon remains on percussion, and Skerick is still shredding away on sax.  This band has more of a traditional psychedelic sound than the original lineup. Less funk, more trance… and ..read more
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Philly Folk Favorites Hezekiah Jones Release New EP
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by TJ McGlinchey
7M ago
Cover Art – Photo of a Patent Submitted by Charles F. Brush in 1878   By Barbara Gettes / Photos by Lisa Schaeffer One of my favorite things is finding an artist who does not scream to get your attention. If you are familiar with Philadelphia native Hezekiah Jones, you also know the power of a whisper. With a long-awaited release of some new music in the after-time post-pandemic present apocalypse;  I am positive that I am not the only one breathing a sigh of relief to get some new songs from Hezekiah Jones.  The low-fi approach to his recording has become seminal in understandi ..read more
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The Darkness Give Franklin Music Hall a Proper Rocking
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by TJ McGlinchey
7M ago
Written and Photographed by Rev. TJ McGlinchey, MFA, MAE It was a gloomy Thursday night in Philadelphia when I parked my car on North 7th Street to attend a concert by British rockers The Darkness at Franklin Music Hall. The show was to start right at 9:00 PM. I missed the opening duo Paris Monster, but I was there in time to hear their last few chords ringing out. A friend had tagged along, and they went to the bar back and forth while I geeked out nearly the entire show. For the opening three numbers, I was in the photo pit to witness the band in full glory.  The ban ..read more
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