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Of Monsters and Men: Little Talks and Huge Crowd at TLA

Icelandic folk-rockers “Of Monsters and Men” have been insanely popular in Philadelphia since Radio 104.5 first debuted their single “Little Talks” last summer. The scope of their fan-base was on full display Wednesday night at the Theater of the Living Arts as they played their second sold-out show to a room filled wall-to-wall with people […]

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Wildcats Clip Eagles Wings, Villanova Victorious over American

In their final out-of-conference game before they begin Big East conference play next week,  the Villanova Wildcats downed the American University Eagles 73-52 at the Pavilion on Thursday night. Maalik Wayns, who did not start because he was battling a virus, came off of the bench to spark the Wildcats to a convincing win. Wayns, […]

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Interview with Jamie Shields of The New Deal

After twelve-plus years of pioneering the sounds of “Livetronica” (along with bands like The Disco Biscuits and Lake Trout) and touring all over the world, The New Deal is treating fans to one last string of shows before going their separate ways in January 2012. Their final four U.S. shows will be played in Philadelphia, […]

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Electric Factory Treated to Chromeo on Halloween

If you were tricked into being anywhere but the Electric Factory last night for Halloween, then you missed out on one hell of a treat. Forget the candy; the sweet, sweet sounds of Chromeo were all fans needed last night to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve. Dressed in an array of creative costumes, Chromeo fans began […]

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Midnight Conspiracy: Theory For a Great Night at The Barbary

It was Saturday night at the Barbary and the place was crawling with people. Well, not literally crawling. Despite the fact that it was the monthly party known as “Hands and Knees”, most of the people we encountered were walking around on two legs. If you want to get technical about it, no one was […]

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