Summer 2015: Young Bols & Old Heads
COVER STORY: DJ SYLO is young but he’s become a staple of the local party scene, largely because he’s throwing some of the best parties in town.
COVER STORY: Joie Kathos thought she would have a career as a dancer. An injury forced her to change gears and her career as a rapper is now blossoming.
COVER STORY: Jazmine Sullivan fills her music – and her stage shows – with her vibrant personality.
COVER STORY: In less than a year since moving here from New York, Mannequin Pussy has found a home and a community.
COVER STORY: After all these years, The Dead Milkmen continue to be loud, angry, subversive and super fun.
Music & Politics: Jim Kenney is poised to become the next mayor of Philadelphia and he recognizes the importance of the arts.
Music & Education: Drexel University’s Music Industry Program students mixed new music from old Philly Groove recordings.
This Place Rocks: By offering beer, food and music, Rybrew has become a destination in Brewerytown. PhilaMOCA showcases art and music in the former home of Mad Decent.
Food That Rocks: Before all the pop-up beer gardens arrived in Philly, there was Morgan’s Pier. For the fourth summer, they are offering music and food outdoors, along the Delaware River.
Inside Voices: Philly rock legends Kenn Kweder and Richard Bush discuss the art of showmanship and the state of music in the city.
Publisher’s Note: How do we decide who to put on the covers of the magazine?