The Belle Game playing at The Theater of Living Arts on 10/22/18. www.thebellegame.com All photos by Skylar Watkins.
This is Lorelei is the moniker for Nate Amos, a musician based out of New York City with a futuristic tinge to his music. Born in Vermont, he began playing upright bass for his father at blues festivals, as well as piano throughout his elementary school years. Later in high
In kindergarten, I loved Britney Spears. My parents bought me the deluxe edition of Oops!…I Did It Again for Christmas, and it was all I listened to for two months straight, mostly because it was the only CD that was actually mine, and the only other options were two Tears
Johnny Marr playing at The Theater of Living Arts in Philadelphia on October 22nd, 2018. All photos by Skylar Watkins.
Before I get started, let’s make one thing clear: I have spent the last 25 years digging through LPs, internet archives and mounds of other ephemera searching for the most extreme examples of absurdity in the pop format. (I’m painting pop with a pretty wide brush). Formula bores me, and
Arturo Stable’s concert series in South Philadelphia has turned his living room into a melting pot of musicians and music lovers.
MBET sophomore Isaiah Joyner’s debut EP Wild Visions releases tomorrow at midnight.
Truth be told, I don’t know much about beer. However, I do know that beer and music go hand in hand. I’m not writing about the issue at hand from a consumer standpoint. I’m writing about this as a citizen-artist from New Jersey (as many UArts students are or were