Netflix Discovers An Indie-Philly Band To Promote New Series A little bit of luck and the internet enabled a song from a Philadelphia-based indie band to make it on to an promotional trailer for an upcoming Netflix series.
Review: Panic! At The Disco Reloaded And RejuvenatedIt’s impressive when an artist spans generations, collecting fans along the way and adding to their crowd collection.
Positively Philadelphia: Well-Known Dance Company Back In TownAfter more than a decade, the Martha Graham Dance Company is coming back to Philadelphia.
Interview: Cam And The Odds Against Women In Country MusicThe "Burning House" singer is ready to hit the road
Philly’s Favorite Music Venues, According To The Band CheerleaderEveryone has their fave spot to stand, from the sparkling new Fishtown feels of The Fillmore to the scars and stories of Electric Factory.
Sorry Trebek: Nerdcore Strikes Back This Weekend In PhiladelphiaA bright new spotlight has been placed on the talented artists that make the music of nerdcore, including mc chris.
Interview: Back Home With Beach SlangOne of the brightest sparks to emerge from the recent surge of the Philadelphia music scene is the band Beach Slang.
Paisley Park Opens Doors To Prince Fans, BrieflyPaisley Park, the home and recording studio of Prince, opened its doors to the public Thursday for the first time since the musician died in April.
Review: Green Day Rocks A Revival At Tower TheaterAfter three years away, fans snaked down 69th street waiting for will call through bad weather to catch a revitalized Green Day.
Interview: Workaholics Ready To Celebrate At Stratus Rooftop Lounge In PhiladelphiaBlake Anderson and Anders Holm of Comedy Central’s Workaholics will be “DJing” a party overlooking Independence Mall this weekend.
Fans Stream Nelly To Help Him Pay Off $2.4 Million DebtIt's reportedly getting "Hot in Herre" for Nelly, at least financially, and fans want to help.
Interview: Bayside Celebrate Their New Album 'Vacancy' In PhiladelphiaFriday marks the release of Vacancy, the melodic and morose seventh effort from the New York band Bayside.