What if a few of the slew performing at The Roots Picnic Saturday were actually their guests at a real picnic? What kind of party would that be? Would it involve cheesesteaks? Answer: We'd go, fun, and hopefully not.
Want fake gangsterism in your hip-hop? Sorry, Charlie. This emcee duo keeps it real honest.
The artful psych/pop group is great at writing haunting yet still-sunny pop songs that hide the occasionally apocalyptic viewpoint beneath their sprawl.
The much-anticipated sophomore from Diplo’s dancehall project is a little flat, the sixth from the Portland power-punk lite trio doesn’t have the same anger, and Ghostface is in top form, with sick production.
Did you recently graduate college only to have your dreams quickly crushed by the harsh realities of our current enconomic state? No crap. But don’t be giving up all hope just yet. Going down tomorrow from 12-3 p.m. at UPenn’s Houston Hall (3417 Spruce St.), Campus Philly’s 5th Annual Opportunity Fair will feature 50 regional employers [...]