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Apr 3, 2019

Nothing or no one stands in Suzann Christine’s way. The Philly singer-songwriter, who recently relocated to Brooklyn, is unstoppable. She’s shared stages with Musiq Soulchild and Wale and performed on Sirius/XM’s Shade45 channel. “Falling Tears” is the name of Suzann’s latest single and it sounds like a...


Mar 22, 2019

The songs of Gabriel Kahane are so rich in their detail and character studies that it’s quite evident he’s a composer and pianist with the eye of a novelist. And that would be enough. But add a voice full of emotion and melodies that never evaporate from your consciousness and you instantly realize that Gabriel is...


Mar 15, 2019

In Houston Rap Tapes, Lance Scott Walker’s oral history of Bayou City hip-hop, he didn't merely produce a perfunctory history of the musical scene. Lance has infused the book with the rich life stories of the participants including Scarface, Willie D and Paul Wall plus many of the best-kept secrets of the six...


Mar 9, 2019

It would hardly matter that hip-hop artist Darko the Super has released more than 70 albums- by his estimate-if the quality didn't measure up to the quantity. Based in Philly, Darko’s style is a playful mix of off-kilter rapping, non-sequitur wordplay and samples you've never heard of or ones utilized innovative...


Mar 6, 2019

No one will ever accuse writer Robin Green of not speaking her mind after they read her memoir, The Only Girl. The book explores the early 70s period when she was the only woman on the masthead of Rolling Stone magazine. The book is also a revealing deep-dive into who Robin was before landing the pioneering gig and her...