Monthly Archives: March 2014

Recommended Track: “To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)” by Ryan Adams

One thing about Ryan Adams’ music: it’s always perfect for the rain. Like a lot of musicians, his whole career has arguably been about recapturing the soul of his first album. Heartbreaker might be the best singer-songwriter album of the last two decades, … Continue reading

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Poem: “Plot Twists”

Plot Twists I might stop watching TV because I don’t want anyone else to die. Killing your darlings is all the rage these days—no one’s prepped for art imitating life with a rib to the gut when the ratings go down. … Continue reading

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Review: The Hotelier – Home, Like Noplace Is There

The Hotelier’s new album puts a beautifully fractured voice to feeling broken. It seems like everyone I know has been dying recently. I know that’s not the best way to open up a music review, but it’s a thought that’s … Continue reading

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Recommended Mix: Ta-ku – Drive Slow, Homie Pt. III

My friend/co-worker Max Pete sends me lots of great mixes during work. Here’s one by the awesome Australian producer Ta-ku, released in conjunction with music blog HYPETRAK. I especially love the Khadisma tracks, Falcxne, and the Justin Beiber remix at the … Continue reading

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Rittenhouse Trio

jammed with some new friends in Rittenhouse Square this weekend and a local photographer named Jacob Rosen snagged this shot. check his work out at

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