The noise pop heroes graced Philly with their unique brand of loud.
Nick Cave doesn't do interviews, generally, so it was funny to watch him sigh, eye-roll and eat a croissant during a "live video press conference" with members of the alt-weekly community last week.
A snow creature crawled around the stage and onto the gigantic mountain.
All four original members of R.E.M. (in the same room).
Kurt Vile's pretty daze just keeps on rolling.
Singing about love and its flipside, deceit.
Three Bandcampers on rotation.
[11/8] Who would've thought that, nearly a decade after their atom bomb 2004 debut, Circle Takes the Square could pick up where they left off?
[11/7] What's the deal with all these "emo revival" articles lasering around the Internet recently?
Southern rock, as intoxicating as ever.
John Faye old '90s alt-rock outfit returns to benefit the Philadelphia Children's Alliance.
The Minneapolis rock band played Philly in support of their latest album, Shulamith.
Every Tuesday in November, the Fire is hosting the Philly Sings Philly series — local artists playing music by other local artists. Click below to hear music by Sean Hoots, Divers and more.
Who's selling crack at the end of the world?
Don't get lost in the pine barrens while listening to this song.
The Velvet Underground frontman, interviewed by NYTimes/Rolling Stone writer Anthony DeCurtis.
Dolby's work, however reliant upon technology, has always had a human element to it.
I think tonight's probably the first time I could stomach watching the whole thing.
The Oakland world/electronic/belly dance/experimental fusion group came to town.