Dan Bejar’s beautifully macabre, ornate orchestra of a band drops a tasty and cross-cultural treat, and Clarkson's sixth is a Christmas gift to the Yuletide pop standards canon.
The Barcelona DJ and producer’s newest since blowing minds with Fin doesn’t disappoint—sprawling, blissed-out house compositions for the night.
The veteran angry hip-hop superstar’s back with a vengeance and a handful of fiery polemics, a few too many gay slurs and a great staff of producers.
LJ focuses on what they know; Allison Crutchfield and Kyle Gilbride are a brilliant pair with a great band, and Ferreira's debut is an awesomely mixed bag of honest girlpop.
On yesterday’s first “snow day” of the season, Philadelphia Weekly’s intrepid photographer J.R. Blackwell ventured out to photograph her West Philadelphia neighborhood, from the snow-covered streets to the brave sledders in Clark Park. Enjoy!