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Here is the table of contents from winter 2015 issue:
COVER STORY: Philly DJ legend King Britt (above) takes his skills and experiences to The Village of Arts and Humanities in the heart of North Philadelphia, launches Playback Musik and hands down a legacy.
COVER STORY: Jeff Zeigler (right) has produced music for The War on Drugs, Kurt Vile, Purling Hiss, Lantern, Amanda X, Steve Gunn and countless other amazing acts. On the side, he performs with Arc In Round and he recently dropped an album with harpist Mary Lattimore.
COVER STORY: Every year, around Halloween weekend, the modern punk world convenes in Gainesville, Florida for FEST. This year, there were more acts from Philly than from anywhere else in the country. At least 20 bands claiming Philly roots performed at the event.
Music & Politics: Councilman David Oh organized PHL Live, a music fest/competition that wrapped up in December. What’s next?
This Place Rocks: The Lancaster Avenue Autonomous Space houses activist groups and throws shows with a message. If you are looking to dance and witness debauchery, go to Voyeur in the Gayborhood for late night.
Music & Education: The Georgia E. Gregory Interdenominational School of Music began because there was a need for church musicians.
Food That Rocks: La Peg offers brasserie-type fare in a beautiful space – the renovated high pressure pump station along the waterfront, in a building they share with Fringe Arts.
Inside Voice: Philly artist Gudda God gets around. So we asked him to document his world in images and share them with you.
Publisher’s Note: The Grand Tour with my step-father, Bob Tharpe.
The JUMP Off features: Weekender (above), PropertyOfZack, The Underwater Sounds, Suburban Living, Hurry, DJ Sega, The Bul Bey, GASH, TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb, Folk by Default, Project Positive, Marietta, Spirit of The Beehive, the Philadelphia Bike Rescue and What Scene?