September 14th, 2011
In Print: Why?, Girls, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Action Bronson, Sky Brady Band, Wu Lyf, Game, and real talk with Andrew Dice Clay
The new print issue of Philadelphia Weekly hit the streets today. Here’s what you’ll find in the music section.
Concert Calendar, Sept. 14-20: PW’s finest draw a map of this week’s best shows, and then tell you how to get from one to the other, from Two Gallants to Why? to the Clark Park Equinox Festival to Girls to Black Moth Super Rainbow to…
Critic’s Pick: Elliott Sharp spreads the word about the dopest concert of the week, as NYC MC Action Bronson brings his foodie wisdom and mad microphone skills to the Troc Thursday night. Prepare to chef.
The Return of the Sky Brady Band: The Kenzo band responsible for neighborhood hit “Kensington Girls” is playing this Sunday to celebrate the release of their new compilation CD, and Tara Murtha talks to Mr. Sky Brady about the reunion.
On The Record: In less time than it takes to microwave one of those microwaveable Indian meals, Bill Chenevert reviews new records by Lenny “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” Kravitz, Wu Lyf, Game, and more.
Andrew Dice Clay Is Back: Brian McManus gets deep with the legendary shit talking comedian about overcoming adversity, how much Philly rules, Entourage, and why he’s the undisputed heavyweight comedy king. Watch the throne at the TLA this Thursday. (That’s tomorrow.)