#ThrowbackThursday album review: Songs About Worms, Trap Rabbit

“In Songs About Worms, a thorough combination of the novel and the vintage creates an endlessly compelling sonic palette that is at once unique and familiar.”

Album Review: “Moves” by Tweed

Tweed has always been a live performance-focused group, and their patience in waiting to release an LP has allowed them to take the time necessary to differentiate themselves from their peers, to develop their unique voice, and to learn how best to translate that voice to an effective record. This patience has paid dividends, and all that work is evident on Moves.

Solar Circuit blasts off on their first cross-country tour

Solar Circuit’s jamtronica fusion entrances audiences in an all-out dance party. If you like getting down to dirty, intergalactic untz, then do not miss this act. There are roughly 20 chances to see them while on this four-month bend. 

Funk n’ Bowl’s season kickoff with Eli Winderman and Jonathan Colman

Mixing Philadelphia talent with internationally touring musicians who happen to be passing through, Funk n’ Bowl closes out music-filled weekends in the city with an off-the-cuff showcase and lineup in constant rotation. No two shows will ever be alike, because no mix of musicians will ever be the same.

Bodega Unwraps their Sixth Annual Holiday Show with Tom Hamilton

So the tradition of Bodega’s Christmas-eve-eve is so special because it’s not only the one night of the year that the people who grew up surrounding the band get to see them play together, but it’s also one of the few days of the year members of Bodega are reunited with one another as well. And that, paired with that cliche wisp of Christmas wonder hanging in the air, is a recipe for on-stage magic.