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  • Album review: Mayer Hawthorne's 'How Do You Do'

     
    Let’s pretend that Cee-Lo Green and the poor lady on the receiving end of the more profane version of “… You” decided to patch things up and go back to bed. What record do they put on? Mayer Hawthorne’s “How Do You Do&#...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Farm Show Friday.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Sometime today, we'll be making our annual trek to the Pennsylvania Farm Show in search of exotic forms of jerky, the best in local barbecue and the requisite chocolate-vanilla milkshake. In addition to our usual......
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Week

     
    The Top 5 Concerts for the week: 1. SHARON LITTLE Philadelphia native soul/R&B singer Sharon Little was the opening act for Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’s 2008 tour for their album “Raising Sand,” bringing attention not only to her blues...
  • Your morning adorable: Enthusiastic bird Marnie celebrates his birthday with toys and waffles

     
    We'd like to take this opportunity to wish one of our very favorite birds a happy belated birthday. Marnie, a blue Indian ringneck bird with a deep and abiding love of stuffed animals, celebrated his fifth birthday on March 5.......
  • SXSW 2011: Charles Bradley channels James Brown in a festival highlight

     
    See Charles Bradley. Do yourself a favor, do me a favor, do him a favor. Pay this man money for his talent. He has earned it. Read his bio: it sounds like Dickens by way of Donny Goines. Murder, poverty,......
  • 'The X Factor' recap: Back to the judges' homes

     
    A recap of the X Factor, judges' houses round, part two, in which Chris Rene and Melanie Amaro perform....
  • Library of Congress adds 25 new recordings to its collection, including classics from Captain Beefheart, Steely Dan and George Crumb

     
    Whether it's hip-hop or humpback whales, the Library of Congress certainly knows how to spread the love around when it comes to America’s aural preservation. On Wednesday, the government agency named 25 new additions to the ninth annual National...
  • Album review: Low's 'C'mon'

     
    Indie-rock scenesters have made a big deal of the fact that this long-running Minnesota trio recorded its latest album with Matt Beckley, an L.A.-based studio pro who’s worked on records by Paris Hilton and Clay Aiken. But Low has pursued......
  • Live review: Prince at the Forum, April 14

     
    Chastity belts -- even metaphorical ones -- hinder rocking. No performer has built a more ecstatic three-decade career by channeling carnal desires than the artist formerly known as the Artist Formerly Known as Prince. Watching one of the sexiest men........
  • Coachella 2011: Daedelus reflects on his performance

     
    By the time it was his turn to step up to the Gobi stage Saturday, Daedelus had publicly confessed, and apologized, for his all-but-lost voice. That's what happens when you spend all day Friday screaming while your favorite bands perform.......
  • 'Game of Thrones' recap: Joffrey, prince of smackability

     
    A recap of HBO's "Game of Thrones," in which Joffrey Baratheon doesn't get slapped nearly enough...
  • Tom Tom Club are far more than Talking Heads at Sellersville Theater

     
    “Say something once, why say it again?” Talking Heads sang in their song “Psycho Killer.” But in the case of new wave music from the early 1980s, there’s reason to saying it again. Because its bears repeating, and it’...