The Latest From Mole Street Artists


Gorillaz: The Now Now Album Review

Since their inception in 2007, the Gorillaz have stirred up the music scene with off-kilter songs that make listeners ponder the meaning of life while nodding along to boisterous beats.


Chelsea Reed & The Fair Weather Five

Chelsea Reed & the Fairweather Five is one of the most magnetic jazz bands you can find in Philadelphia. Chris Oatts’ saxophone, Jake Kelberman’s guitar, Joe Plowman’s bass, Austin Wagner’s drum, and Silas Irvine’s keyboard synthesize to create a sound so gleeful that audiences can’t stay in their seats once the Fair Weather Five begin
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Artist Spotlight: The Minsky Sisters

The Minsky Sisters are an immersive 20s Hollywood glamour tap act that expertly exhibits the authentic burlesque experience. The Minskys wear beautifully detailed (often matching) costumes that feature embellished fascinators, rhinestone corsets, garter belts, knee-high stockings, feathers, and T-strap tap shoes.


Artist Spotlight: Tom Moon’s Jazz Casual

Tom Moon is a music journalist, award-winning author, a regular contributor for National Public Radio and above all, a jazz saxophonist. Moon’s jazz sax is the beacon for all of his work, from his journalistic writing to his incredible ear for what makes a song exceptional.


Artist Spotlight: Latin Dance Band, De Tierra Caliente

De Tierra Caliente paints a musical mural of the Caribbean, bringing the sound of summer with them everywhere they perform. Listeners are treated to a huge variety of instruments, including the guitar, the bass, the flute, shakers, the jam block, the tambourine, the congas, a cowbell pedal, and the cajón.


Artist Spotlight: Acoustic Latin Band, The Herreras

The Herreras’ sound is a powerful force of musical energy emanating from a magnetic five-piece formation. The liveliness they bring to each performance is so infectious that it inevitably spreads to the audience.