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Song of the Day: OCD# Moosh & Twist, “Live It Up”

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Today’s track entitled “Live It Up” features Philadelphia natives; the two man hip-hop wrecking crew, OCD: Moosh & Twist. Enjoy the snow or go do something spontaneous like OCD: Moosh & Twist would.

Moosh & Twist are Haverford High School graduates.  They are the most successful music group to come out of Philadelphia’s suburbs for a long while.  Currently on tour with Boston’s rap step-son Hoodie Allen, their videos total millions of views and have a solid fan base.



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Song of the Day: Valerie June, “You Can’t Be Told”

My latest musical obsession is Valerie June, she embodies everything that is right about the music industry. After honing her craft for years in her native Tennessee and all across Europe she moved to Brooklyn, where she came to the attention of The Black Keys leader Dan Auerbach. He liked her so much that he co-wrote and produced part of this album, while supplying his guitar and backing vocals for half of the tracks on this stellar debut.

Craig Kaplanimages



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Song of the day: Cat Power, Names

This week I will be choosing a different Cat Power song each day in honor of her amazing performance this past Saturday at Underground Arts. She played for close to two hours, delivering over 30 songs and was in rare form. There was much interaction with the audience, she even shared a few cigarettes with some audience members. Here is one of the better songs of the night. “Names”

Craig Kaplan



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Song Of The Day: Murder City Devils, “Midnight Service at the Mütter Museum”

Seattle, WA’s Murder City Devils announced a rare Philadelphia show yesterday, set for Feb. 7 at Union Transfer. This is great news. The band, who released a bunch of really great, organ-heavy, throaty punk in the late ’90s and early 2000s on Sub Pop Records, reunited in 2006 and have been sporadically performing live since.

One of their best and best-known songs is ”Midnight Service at the Mütter Museum,” which is an obvious reference to one of Philly’s best and most well-known museums. The band’s upcoming show here almost makes you wanna buy a plush mega colon to celebrate.

—Bryne Yancey 



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