The Music Issue 2012

By PW Staff
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Welcome to PW’s 2012 Music Issue! We’re taking you on a whirlwind tour of Philly’s sonic citizens—in the clubs, on the road, off the map and over the top.

  • Applaud the long-awaited return of soul singer Lady Alma!

  • Say goodnight to the long-running Nocturne series—what will the goths do next?

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