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Come Sit Down with The Paper Kites, 10/4 in the Sanctuary...

Australian folk rockers The Paper Kites have been good friends of PHILTHY since all the way back in 2013, when they made their first...

Deconstruct Arthur Moon, 9/25 at WCL (CANCELLED)

(Unfortunately, this concert has been cancelled.) Arthur Moon is nearly as complexly ambiguous as their moniker would imply… Arthur Moon is the project of Lora-Faye...

Gavin Haley: “Just go fast and stay positive.” (9/11 at WCL,...

Gavin Haley has quite the interesting story; at only 22, he’s already a former-professional-cyclist-turned-musician (I’m pretty sure he would be the first of that...

Samantha Sidley, on Being “a singer/singer” (Friday at WCL with The...

“I’m an interpreter.  I’m a singer/singer,” Samantha Sidley tells me, giggling.  Sidley is a jazz singer (but not songwriter), who is perhaps best known...

Parker Millsap on a Year of Touring, What He’s Listening to,...

While barely 26, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Parker Millsap has already been touring behind his fourth-full-length for more than a year now… quite the feat in...

Flashing Back to 2016 with Pure Bathing Culture (Free at Noon...

Although we’re really not fans of waking up in the AM, it just might be worth it this Friday when our good friends, Pure...

Eleni Mandell: “It’ll be a very solid, good-sounding, love fest” (Wednesday...

Next Monday, June 24th, Eleni Mandell kicks off her latest tour of the Northeast in Boston.  And that Wednesday, June 26th, will bring her...

Allen Tate on Going Solo, Nearing and Turning 30, and Making...

San Fermin may have just announced their first Philly show in several years, November 23rd at Union Transfer, but lead vocalist Allen Tate will...

Maddie Ross on ‘90s Teen Icons, Touring w/ KT Tunstall, and...

Last Friday still-indie-enough-to-be-super-humble-and-lovely queer icon in the making Maddie Ross (dubbed “The Best DIY Rock Star You’ve Never Heard Of,” by Billboard) released her...

The Wild Reeds Would Like You To Be On Your Feet...

Although we have nothing against The Lone Bellow or Wild Child (we’ve actually covered them quite a bit), and Union Transfer is...

Get to Know BAILEN, This Saturday at World Café Live

Although we at PHILTHY MAG are big fans of family acts (HAIM, The Staves, The Paper Kites, The Hunts, The Last Bison,...

Nina Nesbitt, Bringing the Pop to Voltage Lounge Tonight

Unfortunately, Nina Nesbitt’s last US headlining tour was cut one night short.  The Scottish singer/songstress was all set to close out the...

Post-Valentine’s-Day Party with Elise Davis This Friday at WCL

There aren’t many better ways to spend February 15th than with a great, pro-tequila, Americana singer/songwriter… And, luckily for us in the...

Luluc: “Expect some harmoniousness.” (Opening for J Mascis Tuesday at WCL)

I’m sure our readers are more than grateful that J Mascis regularly brings Dinosaur Jr. through the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection,...

Catching Up with The Paper Kites (Tonight at Underground Arts)

Australian folk-rockers The Paper Kites have been friends of ours for quite some time.  We first met them (or, more specifically, drummer Josh Bentley)...

Flashing Back to 2014 with Caroline Rose (Friday at Underground Arts)

I’m sure readers of the site have seen that we recently flashed back to 2014 with Slothrust, back when we first met the alt...

Another Side of Sister Sparrow

This past Friday, October 12th, Arleigh Kincheloe, better known as Sister Sparrow, bandleader of blues rockers Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, released her...

Belly Talks Doing Alt Rock in the 21st Century (This Friday...

As you all know, a lot of the ‘90s biggest and best bastions of alt rock have been reuniting in recent years… like bordering on...

Another Side of Caroline Rose (Pun Intended)

Caroline Rose has been a dear friend of ours (and mine, personally) for quite a few years now… However, for the majority of our...

Nina Nesbitt Talks Taylor Swift, Touring, and Women Writing Songs

Although Philthy was supposed to spend 4/20 with Scottish singer/songwriter Nina Nesbitt, when she opened for Clean Bandit at the Trocadero, when that tour...

Still Gauging the Success of Billie Eilish (Live at Coda)

Last October electropop chanteuse Billie Eilish played an alarmingly packed show upstairs at World Café Live, selling out the 200-capacity months in advance.  For...