The band of psych-garage punks from Dunwoody, Ga., have a new album that asks the musical question: Satan's Graffiti or God's Art? It was produced by Sean Lennon and features backup vocals by Yoko Ono and Saul Adamczewski of Fat White Family. Wednesday at Union Transfer.
The Philly band will bring rock to the R&B and gospel venue in Strawberry Mansion for the ex-Eagle's Make the World Better Foundation.
Jonathan Demme's great Talking Heads movie, a tribute to Nina Simone, and an animated film noir. Plus, 'Paterson' and new music from Chuck Berry.
The expert Chicago archive label Numero Group specializes in unearthing little-heard obscurities, with an emphasis on could-have-been classic soul. Its traveling truck sets up a shop full of LPs, CDs, 45s, and other merch outside Jerry's on Front in Fishtown on at 3 p.m. Thursday.
The British electronic duo on South Street, Atlanta rapper at the Electric Factory and California guitarist in West Philly. Plus, Juliana Hatfield and new music from Waxahatchee.
The show at the Pearlstein Gallery showcases rock photography great Bob Gruen's work, from John Lennon to Tina Turner to Led Zeppelin.
The veteran Los Angeles singer-songwriter is coming to Glenside in support of her excellent new album.
A Lee Morgan documentary, a country double bill at Boot & Saddle, and a Spotify playlist from a Japanese novelist music fan. Plus, Dave Davies and Kinky Friedman.
Julien Baker is a pin-drop performer, a singer who holds listeners at rapt attention with only the sound of her voice and electric guitar.
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Husband-and-wife dueling banjo tandem whose 2014 self-titled debut album as a team won a best folk album Grammy. Sunday at the World Cafe Live at the Queen in Wilmington and Thursday at the Richardson Auditorium at Princeton University.
The no-longer-bearded songwriter born Josh Tillman, who caused a brouhaha in Camden last summer, isn't shy about making a big statement on his bleak and beautiful third album.
The Compton rapper returns, Viceland duo make their mark on late night, and African guitar scion comes to West Philly.
A free pop-up Philadelphia Jazz Project afternoon concert to honor Francis Johnson, the Martiniqie- born composer who died in Philadelphia in 1844, with the nine-member ensemble Polished Brass. 12:45 p.m. Friday at Reading Terminal Market.
AUSTIN, Texas -- There’s a time-honored adage regarding the patience required for aspiring artists who move to Nashville. There’s even a...
Big Little Lies Music From the HBO limited series. Every week, the Jean Marc-Vallée-directed show starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and...
Before the Super Bowl even happened, it was already going to be a big year for Chicano Batman.
The Los Angeles band, which headlines Saturday at the...
Slow-building, ultimately pleasing first single and title track from Canadian singer-songwriter Leslie Feist's first album since 2011's "Metals," due on April 28.
Garth Brooks wears you down.
With assistance from his wife, Trisha Yearwood, the country star played a 2 ½-hour, over-the-top from the get-go...
When Chuck Berry died Saturday at 90, the musical pioneer was justly honored as the Founding Father of rock and roll and celebrated as the architect...
The Regrettes. Aren’t they too young to have regrets? Lydia Night, the lead singer of this L.A. garage-punk feminist foursome is only 16. But what...
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."