The trio's set to rock “The Art of Turntables” at The Blockley Friday night, playing music that will make you put down your drink, run to the floor and, most importantly, sweat.
Abroad, he's one of music's biggest stars. At home, he's relatively anonymous. Why can't a Philly turntable legend get some love?
Pop culture lives by the law of reuse and recycle-everything old is eventually new again. Baltimore house is no exception. Booty music that first came into its own in the early '90s, with guys like R...
>>HIP-HOP Soul School Thurs., July 14, 10pm-2am. Free before 11pm, $5 after. Monthly. Fluid, 613 S. Fourth St. 215.629.0565. www.fluidnightclub.com Ivan Henderson calls his Soul School party a "hat...
When I was a teenager, I absolutely LOVED “Possum Kingdom.” Does it not rule? It feels kind of like a golden age of rock ‘n roll in hindsight: I was really into Live and Weezer and Green Day, too. It’s on the album Rubberneck from 1994 – yup, 20 years ago. To celebrate and honor [...]