This week’s Key Studio Session is all about collaboration. We teamed up with local music community outreach program RECPhilly, who brought in Kuf Knotz. We paired the rapper up with local pop musician Patrick Donovan, and both brought some friends along. Continue reading →
The annual Molestice Festival is right around the corner and with it comes food, entertainment, art, and above all, family fun. With a 20 year tradition growing at the 100 block of North Mole Street each year, new and fresh faces take the stage to showcase some of the best music the region has to offer in a party that is prided for its artistic outlook. Continue reading →
Collaboration is the name of the game in this week’s Key Studio Session. For starters, it was our first collaboration with RECPhilly, the music community outreach arm of the emergent Recollective Records and the evolution of local promoters Broad Street Music Group. They were in the middle of their 30 for 30 free concert series during the month of April, and approached us about hosting a studio concert.
Last night Philly rapper Kuf Knotz celebrated the release of his sophomore LP, A Positive Light, at Frankey Bradleys in Philly. Today he’s up in Sellersville, opening the show for Zach Deputy. Get tickets and information on the show here, and listen to “Movement Red” below. Continue reading →
This Tuesday, Philly rapper Kuf Knotz releases his long-awaited sophomore LP, A Positive Light, via local label Ropeadope Records. To celebrate, he’s got two shows in the area this weekend: a release party at Frankie Bradley’s on Saturday, March 28th, and a slot opening for Zach Deputy at the Sellersville Theater on Sunday, March 29th.
Today, Kuf stopped by WXPN studios to chat on the air with midday host Helen Leicht about the album and growing up in the area, the making of A Positive Light, and played two songs from the album. Listen to the interview in its entirety below, and get information on this weekend’s shows at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
Philly rapper Kuf Knotz is returning with a new album, A Positive Light on March 24th. It’s the rapper’s first new studio album in five years, and while he’s been sporadically performing in town, after his move to New York in 2012, he’s released only a couple new songs since 2010′s Boombox Logic. Continue reading →
Support for My Morning Download, from Flying Fish Brewing Company
Created to explore the music, past and present, and the storied legacy of the City of Brotherly Love, the 4th Annual Philly Sings Philly event returns to The Fire during the month of November. Across four Tuesdays, local musicians will pay homage to their idols, adding a personal touch to their favorite songs by Philly-born artists. Each week is curated by a different local music organization. Continue reading →
Kuf Knotz has released a new song, “Eddie Green.” His first new music in almost three years, it’s the first taste of a new album, A Positive Light, that Kuf has been working on. “Eddie Green,” named for Kuf’s father, had a significant inspiration on Kuf’s life. In honor and memory of the anniversary of Green’s death, the song is an emotionally filled tribute to Kuf’s father featuring Joe Miller on acoustic guitar and vocals and Ginger Coyle on keyboards. Download the song below, for a “name your price.” Kuf will be opening for Robert Randolph & The Family Band on Thursday, November 21st at the Ardmore Music Hall.
The Do Good Festival will be held August 16th at the Hard Rock Cafe. Ranging from rock to indie folk to hip hop, the all–ges festival will be hosting six artists including Chill Moody, Kuf Knotz, and Market East. With advanced tickets at $10 and $15 tickets at the door, all proceeds from the festival will be donated to Philabundance to aid the organization in its emergency hunger relief services. Can’t make it to the show, but still want to help? More information on donating to the cause can be found at festival organizers DCS’s (Davis Concert Staging) website here. Find more information and tickets for the 7 p.m. festival here. Get ready for the show with Market East’s album Summer of Children and Chill Moody’s video for “Chains” below.