No stranger to Philadelphia's live music scene for the better part of the last decade or so, Kuf Knotz has created quite a name for himself accompanying nationally renowned tours with the likes of artists ranging from Common to The New York Dolls. Kuf even battered down historical barriers by becoming the first ever hip hop act to open up for the legendary "Boss" -- Mr.
Philadelphia-based musician Andrew Lipke releases his debut album The Way Home… on February 20, 2007 through Drexel University’s student-run record label, MAD Dragon Records (Ryko/Warner Distribution).
Moon Women are a rock band from Philadelphia who started in the early part 2010. Opening for such bands as Strange Boys, Buzzcocks, Jacuzzi Boys and Wavves, Moon Women made a dent in the local scene very quickly and will continue to turn heads in the future.
Black Landlord is an exceptional new and unique sound in Hip-Hop today. It combines all the elements of an old Motown review with classic old-school Hip-Hop. Straight outta Philly, Black Landlord is set on collectin’ the rent. The motto -- “Rent is due on the 1st not the 5th, bitches.”