QOTSA will never make a terrible record as long as Josh Homme’s around; the unholy marriage between dance music and rock grooves has never sounded better on the Aussie duo’s debut, and Quadron's sophomore wins with avant R&B and folk funk.
The fifth from the legendary Glasgow collective is another maudlin mix; Friedberger's sophomore solo LP is another dazzling collection, and Terence Blanchard is back on Blue Note for an inspired set.
The Parisian DJs/electronic dance duo’s first in eight years is brilliant Euro-disco pop; the jazz funk pioneers’ 10th is a fantastic tribute to disco and retro funk grooves, and Tricky's latest rivals the brilliance of his ‘95 debut.
The Philly native’s fourth LP its way more bangin’ than anyone’s gonna expect; Pinata Protest's latest is fresher than tableside guac, and the Brit producer pauses for dreamy and pillowy pastiche.
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 [...]