The legacy of the oldest continually-run outdoor music festival in North America will converge with fellowship, and of course music, at the 56th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival next week. On the third week of August […]
Toro Y Moi guides listeners on a psychedelic safari through lush landscapes of loops and synths on “Boo Boo,” released Friday, July 7. Chaz Bear, who performs under the moniker of Toro Y Moi, combines […]
Episode 4 is here and it’s the second in the Hittin’ The High Note series at Ventnor Coffee. In this episode, I sit down with Michael Einwechter, the Director of Amazing Ventnor and the Music […]
With a lush landscape painted with beautifully layered guitars, “In Mind,” describes where the heady new Real Estate album puts its listeners. “In Mind” is like a modern “Our House” by Crosby, Stills, Nash and […]
Shaun Smith talks about new music releases from Friday, April 21 and talks to Adam Hernandez about the Ben Folds concert on Friday at Borgata in Atlantic City. You can listen via Libsyn, iTunes […]
Like most people on Friday night in Atlantic City, Ben Folds was feeling lucky. The phenomenal pianist who became first became popular with Ben Folds Five during the MTV era and more recently has composed concertos, is […]
Combining two types of heady music, Jazz is Phsh is playing in support of its debut album Thursday, April 20 at World Café Live in Philadelphia sponsored by Oscar Blues Brewery. As a fan of both […]
On its debut album, Sundara Karma nails 12 indie rock tracks that combine youthful play and smart songwriting.
Singer-songwriter Christopher Kent has two songs, “Songs of the Season,” and “Twas The Day Of Thanksgiving” nominated for the 2017 Just Plain Folks Music Awards.
Julie Byrne captured the natural beauty she uncovered during her journey across the country on her transcendent folk album, “Not Even Happiness.”