Plus two nights with Mt. Kimbie, and a successful songwriter gone solo.
The (mostly) public radio conference will feature over two dozen bands playing at the World Cafe Live.
The 25th anniversary of the songwriter's landmark indie album comes at a time when its influence is apparent.
Plus Margaret Glaspy and Julian Lage and Robert Gordon's "Memphis Rent Party."
The singer and actress' third album is personal and political.
Plus, a Sheer Mag and Power Trip powerful double bill.
Sophie Fiennes' "Grace Jones: Bloodlight & Bami" is a cinema verite music doc about the supermodel and disco queen.
Kanye West has two new albums coming out in June. Will he have alienated his entire audience by then?
Former "Sexiest Man Alive" Adam Levine brings his seven-man band to the Boardwalk in July.
A "Nothing Compares 2 U" comparison, along with a trio of shows and a Love reissue.
Now that he's out of jail, Meek Mill will be bigger than ever.
Elton John, Paul Simon, and Joan Baez are among the acts who have announced their retirements.
The band's new album 'Critical Equation' comes out April 27.
Plus, Matt & Kim's return, and Durand Jones' retro-soul.
The Atlantic City casino hotel opening at the site of the old Trump Taj Mahal promises 300 acts a year on a country music heavy schedule.
The rapper's award for "DAMN." is the first ever given to a non-classical or jazz musician.
David Bromberg Quintet, Chris Smither, Shovels & Rope and Mary Gauthier also are on the bill of the 57th annual fest, coming to the Old Pool Farm in August.
Dan DeLuca is an Inquirer pop music critic. But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture."