Thursday, December 18, 2014

Music/Nightlife

Just how many "Do You Hear What I Hears" do you want to hear? One more, at least.
Nicki Minaj, "The Pinkprint" (Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records)
Leading ladies Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert are among the top 10 albums of 2014, according to Dan DeLuca of the Inquirer.
This 2014 songs-of-the-year compendium is not alphabetized or ranked, but rather organized as a playlist meant to be heard from start to finish.
Every year, it gets a little harder to make a best-of-Philadelphia local music list.
Beyoncé is facing legal action from a Hungarian folk singer over allegations her vocals were illegally sampled on the "Drunk In Love" hit.
No stranger to their live sets, Dr. Dog unveiled a video comprised of live footage set to their cover of Architecture in Helsinki’s “Heart it Races.”
The pianist and his triomates - bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jeff Ballard - have inspired just that sort of hushed reverence for the decade they've been together.
Hip-hop’s newest powerhouse, Iggy Azalea makes “The Great Escape” this spring for an arena tour.
The taping took place before Dylan’s Philadelphia performance on Sunday, Nov. 23, his final of a three-night stand, at the Academy of Music.
Gov't Mule, "Dark Side of the Mule" (Evil Teen Records)