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Electric Hoe Down       Nat King Tron       Eclectic
My Name Is Tron       Nat King Tron       Eclectic
Tied       Bruce Torres       Acoustic Rock
CityGirl       Bruce Torres       Acoustic Rock
Cancin Que Nace En Mi       Tribal Scream       Latin Rock
Te Podria Pasar A Ti       Tribal Scream       Latin Rock
Obey       T.P.D.       Indie Pop
Something Delicious       Stellarscope       Indie Rock
Cryogenic Sleep       Stellarscope       Indie Rock
Insomnia       Psylichon       Electronic
Broken Open       Psylichon       Acoustic Rock
Medicine       Jimbo       Punk


Philly Music & Nightlife:


 • The 25 'Songs of Summer' 2015
    It's August which means pop prognosticators have been obsessing for months over a crucial question: What is the Song of the Summer of 2015? >> read more or comment


 • Review: Laura Marling plays a rapt Union Transfer
    Although only 25 Laura Marling is a veteran performer. Her first album 2008's Alas I Cannot Swim came out when she was 18 and established her as a leading voice in Britain's nascent new folk movement. Her densely worded songs her forceful acoustic guitar playing and her clear confident alto voice caused her to be labeled an "old soul" from the start. >> read more or comment


 • Jill Scott talks love and her new album
    It's the afternoon of the release of Jill Scott's new album. It's also the 15th anniversary of her debut album Who Is Jill Scott? and the middle of the Jill Scott Summer Tour. Speaking by phone from the road in Cincinnati the Grammy-winning singer says she feels as though she's given birth. >> read more or comment


 • Dan DeLuca's picks: Steve Earle Nina Simone Nicki Minaj and more
    Steve Earle & the Dukes. The roots-rock troubadour brings his vast catalog and Terraplane a new album of Lightnin' Hopkins-inspired Texas blues to town. 8 p.m. Tuesday at World Cafe Live. >> read more or comment


 • New albums: Ghostface Killah/Adrian Younge; Lianne La Havas; Future; Ratings: **** Excellent *** Good ** Fair * Poor
    "No more DeLucas the rise of the new day" Ghostface Killah raps on "Life's a Rebirth" relishing the idea of wiping the earth clean of the fictional 1970s crime family who square off with New York gangster Lester Kane (voiced by Ghost's Wu Tang Clan cohort Raekwon) in this second rap opera overseen by gifted producer Adrian Younge. >> read more or comment


 • 7Days: Regional arts and entertainment by Michael Harrington 7 Days
    SundayCasino classic Conductor Jed Gaylin leads the Bay-Atlantic Symphony in Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor with soloist Terrence Wilson plus Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor at 5 p.m. at the Borgata's Music Box Theater Huron Avenue and Brigantine Boulevard Atlantic City. Tickets are $25. Call 866-900-4849. >> read more or comment


 • Shuggie Otis shines in rare showing at Ardmore Music Hall
    Shuggie Otis 61 is still a mystery. The incendiary guitar-playing son of R&B legend Johnnie Otis was nearly the next Hendrix - only funkier and cuter - until he took a spacey more soulful route. For the most part Shuggie Otis - like his dad - was more interested in the eccentric corners and odd edges of the blues and large-band R&B. >> read more or comment


 • Paul McCartney surprises in hits-filled Lollapalooza set
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 • Lynn Anderson singer of 'Rose Garden' dies in Nashville
    NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP) - Lynn Anderson whose strong husky voice carried her to the top of the charts with "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden" has died. She was 67. >> read more or comment


 • Meek Mill responds to Drake diss with ‘Wanna Know’ loses
    Philly’s own Meek Mill has finally responded to Drake with his own diss track dubbed “Wanna Know” which premiered on Funkmaster Flex’s radio show Thursday night. And it ain’t pretty. >> read more or comment




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 • So Long and Thanks for All the Fish
    So Long and Thanks for All the Fish Just days before Live 8 in late June of 2005 the inimitable John Carroll Phillyist's first editor let the world know that Phillyist was live and online. Now five years six months three days and nearly 13000 posts later it is my official duty to provide one last post for Phillyist. [ more › ]






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 • Thanks for Four Years of Awesome
    Thanks for Four Years of Awesome It was a (presumably) cold November day in 2006 when I made my humble debut on Phillyist with a post called Elevating My Frustration. It was about elevator etiquette. I've come a long way since then. I featured interesting Twitter users and hope some of them will follow us into the future at @keypulp. I wrote not one but two posts on the mysterious Toynbee tiles. The local sleuths who spent years investigating them were the subject of a Sundance-winning documentary called Ressurect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles. [ more › ]






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 • Photoist
    Photoist Snowventure along the Wissahickon Photographed by: Julia Rowe Wissahickon Creek [ more › ]






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 • Blogged Around Philly: Farewell Edition
    Blogged Around Philly: Farewell Edition Who needs an RSS feed when you have us? The best from this week in the 215 blogosphere... [ more › ]






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 • Good Advice From a Bad Person
    In which our Bad Person *tear* says goodbye. [ more › ]






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 • A Little Friendly Advice For Our South Philly Neighbors
    A Little Friendly Advice For Our South Philly Neighbors As we make our way to work in the aftermath of yet another winter storm with no running buses many of us will be digging out cars and braving the treacherous streets of Philadelphia. Later upon returning home from work far too many people will be faced with the reality that some a-hole stole their perfectly sculpted parking space during the day forcing them to park presumably near the Sports Complex. [ more › ]






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 • ArtIST: Mami Kato
    ArtIST: Mami Kato As this is Phillyist's last ArtIST post we're pleased to be ending the series with artist Mami Kato. A Japanese citizen Kato was born and raised in Japan before coming to Philadelphia to attend the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts) on a transfer program. After moving back to Japan for a spell she relocated to Philadelphia permanently eighteen years ago. For more insight into the career of this artIST keep reading. [ more › ]






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 • This Week In Philadelphia Theatre
    This Week In Philadelphia Theatre Love Lessons From Abu Ghraid a one woman show that opens at Interact this week looks pretty compelling. [ more › ]






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 • Photoist
    Photoist Capogiro Photographed by: cheshire smile eats (and drinks) Center City [ more › ]






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 • The 2011 State of the Union
    The 2011 State of the Union Under normal circumstances we here at Phillyist post a video each day that in some way pertains to Philadelphia or its surrounding area. Since all that's really going on today is snow snow freezing rain and more snow we're going to go national instead and share last night's State of the Union address in its entirety in case you missed it or wish to argue with your computer monitor a little more. Whether you're Democrat Republican Independent or a Teabagger take a look. Even if you don't agree with what's being said it's important for you to have an understanding of the political atmosphere in this country right now if only so that you can go complain to Twitter about it later. [ more › ]






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 • Introducing ... KeyPulp!
    Introducing ... KeyPulp! As we teased on Twitter yesterday and revealed to Technically Philly this morning January 31 is not the last you'll be seeing of the Phillyist editors and staff. True Phillyist won't be updated after 5:00 p.m. next Monday but as that song we got stuck in your heads last week goes: "every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end." [ more › ]






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 • Phillyist Reads... Eleanor Brown at Chester County Book & Music Company
    Phillyist Reads... Eleanor Brown at Chester County Book & Music Company Shakespeare fiends this one's for you! [ more › ]






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 • En Garde!
    En Garde! This past Saturday Penn hosted the Philadelphia Invitational a season-opening men's and women's fencing event that saw fencing squads from schools such as Duke and UNC don their plastrons and knickers and do sabered battle in University City. Penn's men's team ranked seventh nationally was totally dominant. They went a perfect 6–0 on the day only coming close to defeat against Duke. Here's a quick video recap with an interview with Penn junior Vidur Kapur. Errol Flynn ain't got shit on these bucklers of swash. [ more › ]






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 • Yo Philly In the News
    Yo Philly In the News Local student gets to sit next to Michelle Obama local community group wins a grant from the Dept. of Education and more in this morning's news! [ more › ]






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 • Phillyist Playlist: Evan Dando and Juliana Hatfield at World Cafe Live
    Phillyist Playlist: Evan Dando and Juliana Hatfield at World Cafe Live What better cure for the Monday blues than a little alt-rock fantasy soap opera of sorts at the World Cafe Live? Tonight we have Evan Dando [MySpace] and Juliana Hatfield [MySpace] two former poster children of the grunge movement with a lot of history together. Both from Boston Hatfield and Dando have gone through various iterations of living together rumored knocking boots (Hatfield says she belongs to "a distinguished though probably small group of girls who can claim the distinction of having said no to going all the way with Evan Dando ... I lost my virginity to Spike Jonze") breaking hearts and making music over the last twenty-five years. They recently reunited for two shows in New York City which then inspired a small fall tour through the East Coast that continues into University City tonight. [ more › ]






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 • Photoist
    Photoist Icing Photographed by: Jana Shea Philadelphia [ more › ]






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 • Philly Loves Beer: Last Call
    Philly Loves Beer: Last Call As the saying goes all good things must come to an end and this is unfortunately one of those times. While Phillyist has another week this will be the last Philly Loves Beer as I will be in the land of Abita and too much High Life when that happens. So this will be goodbye and as I am horrible at these kind of things I will leave you with other places you can turn to when you need beer info brewing drinking or otherwise. [ more › ]






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 • Frugal Fun Alert: Jan. 24 – 27 2011
    Frugal Fun Alert: Jan. 24 – 27 2011 Fun around town for $10 or less: [ more › ]






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Current Exhibitions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art:


 • Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting
    June 24 2015 - September 13 2015: This extraordinary gathering of paintings reveals the story of Monet Renoir Degas Manet Pissarro and their visionary art dealer and champion Paul Durand-Ruel. The artists now known as the Impressionists once struggled to introduce their new style of painting to critics and the public. With Durand-Ruel they forged an identity and moved from the margins to international fame. Recaptured in this exhibition are the often forgotten setbacks and breakthrough triumphs of Impressionism. Monet’s visions of graceful poplar trees Renoir’s joyous dance paintings and Pissarro’s luminous cityscapes showcase the talent recognized by Durand-Ruel.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/813.html >> read more or comment


 • Adventures in Photography: Gifts from Harvey S. Shipley Miller
    May 9 2015 - August 2 2015: This exhibition celebrates a recent gift by one of the leading American photography collectors of the 1970s and 1980s Harvey S. Shipley Miller. The diverse works on view include rare early pictures major examples of the Pictorialist art movement by figures such as Peter Henry Emerson and George Seeley and a broad range of twentieth-century art and vernacular photographs.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/826.html >> read more or comment


 • Dance: Movement Rhythm Spectacle
    May 9 2015 - August 2 2015: Dance has long fascinated artists interested in capturing the human body in motion and the spectacle of performance. Beginning in the late 1800s new forms of dance coincided with the development of modern visual art leading to a dynamic exchange between the two forms of creative expression. This exhibition presents prints drawings and photographs that celebrate the world of dance including lively imagery of famous performers bustling scenes of nightlife and abstract explorations of motion rhythm and atmosphere. It also features video excerpts of engaging performances of dances by Loie Fuller Isadora Duncan and Martha Graham as well an act by Bill “Bojangles” Robinson and a recent production of the Ballet Russes’ Le Dieu Bleu (The Blue God).http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/824.html >> read more or comment


 • Take One: Contemporary Photographs
    April 25 2015 - August 9 2015: This is the first in a two-part series of exhibitions to feature photographs made since roughly 1975. Together these presentations offer two views of a period in which photography emerged as a key medium of contemporary art. By the last decades of the twentieth century photography had established traditions of genre and craftsmanship which an increasing number of artists chose to engage revise or reject.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/822.html >> read more or comment


 • Shelley Spector: Keep the Home Fires Burning
    March 7 2015 - September 28 2015: Shelley Spector has been actively engaged in Philadelphia’s arts community for years as a respected artist innovative gallery owner and champion of emerging talent. Her inventive use of pattern and salvaged materials intrigued senior curator Dilys Blum who invited Spector to explore the Museum’s collection of textiles and create an installation of new artwork. Spector’s moving response is Keep the Home Fires Burning a walk-through presentation of wood and textile-based sculpture that reflects on the universal quest for hope home and connectedness.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/819.html >> read more or comment


 • Northern Lights: Scandinavian Design
    May 23 2015 - October 4 2015: This exhibition surveys Scandinavian design from its triumphant showing at the 1900 World’s Fair in Paris to the present day placing a special emphasis on objects made in the mid-twentieth century when an interest and appreciation for Scandinavian design reached new heights. A geographically diverse region Scandinavia comprises five countries—Denmark Finland Norway Sweden and Iceland—each with its own distinct cultural identity and traditions. Yet their shared socioeconomic and political history has played a significant role in the creation of a unique and largely unified approach to design.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/820.html >> read more or comment


 • Into Dust: Traces of the Fragile in Contemporary Art
    June 6 2015 - October 25 2015: This exhibition features recent acquisitions and other contemporary works from the Museum’s collection that confront the fragile nature of the human condition including compelling examples by Gabriel Orozco Alina Szapocznikow and Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Probing the distinctions between the corporeal and transcendental emergence and decay belonging and displacement life and death the works in this exhibition both reveal and question the political spiritual and psychological forces that shape who we are.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/827.html >> read more or comment


 • Cy Twombly: Sculptures
    September 24 2013 - February 2016: Taking cues from the Dada movement and from the work of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti Cy Twombly (American 1928– 2011) created poetic objects whose serene white surfaces and allusive forms seem to recall remote worlds of myth and the ancient past. After reaching an indisputable maturity in his early sculpture created from 1946 to 1959 Twombly returned to working in three dimensions in the mid-1970s and continued to cast new works up until his passing in 2011.http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/797.html >> read more or comment




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