The High Note releases for Friday, April 22 are retro, in a way. Singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright puts his spin on Shakespeare on his latest release, “Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets.” Post-punk rock band […]
This week we look at a couple of long-awaited albums by The Lumineers and Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals released Friday, April 8. Also released today are albums by Deftones, Frightened Rabbit, Tim Hecker […]
Parker Millsap – “The Very Last Day” Singer-songwriter Parker Millsap seems like someone who qualifies as an old soul. At the very least he has an old sound. The 23-year-old from Purcell, Oklahoma has conjured up […]
Steve Poltz “Folksinger” The satirical singer-songwriter Steve Poltz dropped a new album this week, “Folksinger,” on Thursday, Feb. 25. During a standout set at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in 2014, Poltz performed a number of the tracks […]
Animal Collective “Painting With” Listening to “Painting With,” the 10th album by Animal Collective, is like stepping into a melodic funhouse with harmonies reflecting off of one another. The band recorded this album where The Beach […]
Kanye West – “The Life Of Pablo” Kanye’s behavior has been pretty off the charts lately and that includes the release of his latest album, “The Life Of Pablo.” He even made the name of the album […]
The soulful summer sounds of Atley Moon and the Say Something Sound Machine will bring Motown to Margate with an acoustic set 6-10 p.m. Saturday, May 31 at Maynards’s Cafe, 9306 Amherst Ave.
The band has a strong following in both South Jersey and Philadelphia and are summertime mainstays at Yesterday’s in Marmora and The Whitebriar in Avalon. Philadelphians have shown the band a lot of love after years of great gigs and a stellar performance at World Cafe Live.