Hip hop

Union Transfer Gets Aesop Rocked

On his second go-round of Philly for the Skelethon tour, Aesop Rock maintained his love for audience bowl cuts, vegetable and pork-inspired sing-a-longs, and tag team microphone manipulation with Rob Sonic on a snow shellacked Friday night (February 8th) at Union Transfer. Opening the night was longtime LA provocateur Busdriver, another indie rap lifer who […]

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Union Transfer Comes Alive for Zeds Dead

On Friday night Union Transfer played host to a huge crowd that packed the house to see the dubstep/electro/progressive duo known as Zeds Dead. After completing their massive 65 date “Graveyard Tour” across North America last fall, Zeds Dead is now in the midst of “The Living Dead Tour” with support from Omar LinX and […]

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Idle Warship Kills It at World Cafe Live

Collaborations are all the rage these days, but few offer music fans the aesthetic bliss that is produced by Idle Warship. Hip-hop superstar Talib Kweli, and Philly’s own soulful songstress Res, first started making music together several years ago. However, it wasn’t until recently that the duo released their first official collaboration “Habits of the […]

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Interview with T. Mills

He has a record deal with Columbia Records, over 225,000 Facebook fans, and a spot on Vans Warped Tour…and California native T. Mills is just getting started. This tattooed talent is sure  to make some big waves this year. He took some time out of his schedule to talk to us about his rise to […]

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The 411 on the 618 Festival

If you’re between the ages of 16-22, live in the Philadelphia area, and own a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses (or the knockoff equivalent), then there’s a high likelihood that you spent Saturday afternoon at the 618 Festival. Located next to the Seaport Museum, the Great Plaza on Penn’s Landing was the setting for this […]

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