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Articles by Philip Cosores
Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba rounds out a new lineup that’s all about the music.
The father/son duo wrestled with a rowdy crowd, but landed a moving set on Saturday night.
It’s full-steam ahead for this talented songwriter and performer.
Fans packed the venue for one last intimate set before J. Cole hits arenas.
Philip Cosores enjoys a Los Angeles afternoon with the Canadian songwriter.
Caribou is at the top of its game, and there’s no point in looking back.
Melissa Sweat delivers the best album of her career so far.
The best action in Pasadena this weekend was on the slopes, not the stages.
Here’s what we’re most psyched for in 2015.
We all should be game to see what happens next.
One of the few intimate shows left for this rising songwriter.