The giant music festival curated by Jay-Z returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Center City this Labor Day weekend. This year marks ten years since Made in America‘s inception. Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny will headline the festival this year alongside Tyler, The Creator. Bad Bunny‘s first show in Philly was this March at […]Read More Made In America Fest will light up the Parkway Sept 3 & 4
Brooklyn indie band Wet played Underground Arts last Friday in support of their latest album titled Letter Blue. Joining them was Hannah Jadagu, an emerging singer-songwriter making a splash on the scene at just 18 years old. Jadagu’s music is indie pop/rock at its finest, with songs driven by catchy melodies and straightforward guitar and […]Read More Relive the Show: WET and Hannah Jadagu at Underground Arts
Words and Photos by Becca Haydu Just a few hours before releasing his debut album “HIVE,” Sub Urban took the stage to a sold out show at Union Transfer in the heart of Philadelphia’s Spring Garden neighborhood. The anticipation among both the artist and the crowd for the new album was palpable as Sub Urban […]Read More RELIVE THE SHOW: SUB URBAN OPENS FOR AURORA AT UNION TRANSFER
Amber Mark sold out The Foundry this wednesday night in Philadelphia for her Three Dimensions Deep Tour which wraps up in North America this weekend with three shows in Brooklyn, NY. She continues the rest of her tour in the UK and Europe starting in September. Her early interest in dance was evident throughout the […]Read More Relive the Show: Amber Mark at The Foundry
Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis brought his Sad Boi Winter Summer Tour to a packed house at Union Transfer. Dean, charismatic as ever, delivered a beautiful set filled with new songs and big hits. His well-crafted lyrics paired with piano tunes and acoustic guitar makes this show a must-see. Staying true to the tour name, he […]Read More Relive The Show: Dean Lewis at Union Transfer by Jen Green
Grammy Award Winning Jamaican sensation, Koffee played a packed house at The Fillmore this Wednesday. The crowd emulated the positive energy and joy woven throughout the lyrics of many of Koffee’s tracks from her debut album Gifted released in March 2022. Master of her craft, Koffee showed off her range of melodic tones to rapid-fire […]Read More Relive the show: Koffee at the Fillmore
Amber Mark is coming to Philadelphia on Wednesday May 18th to The Foundry! Get your tickets here!! Amber Mark‘s debut album Three Dimensions Deep was dropped in January 2022 and includes 5 singles that were released in 2021 among the 17 tracks on the album. Some of our favorites include “Most Men“, “Healing Hurts“, “Worth […]Read More Philly Show NOT to be missed: Amber Mark Wednesday may 18th at the foundry!!
On March 8th, Half • Alive brought their tour to Philadelphia playing Union Transfer with Daisy the Great and Jen Green was there to capture the magic. Check out their tour dates here to catch them in a city near you! Daisy the Great is an up-and-coming band that is not to be missed. This […]Read More Fully Alive: Daisy the Great and Half • Alive Tour AT Union Transfer
One of the best live bands was back on tour and we couldn’t miss it! Foxy Shazam stopped in Millersville, PA to play Phantom Power and our writers and photographer WAPS and Jen Green were there to capture it for all of us! The night started off with blues guitarist Robert Findley opening; the 68-year-old […]Read More Relive the Show: Foxy Shazam (still) killin’ it at Phantom Power in Millersville!!!
Indie rockers Over Under and The Backseat Lovers (both from Salt Lake City) played Union Transfer this Saturday! Over Under had just released a new track “Time To Waste” the day before. Clocking in at over six minutes, the song starts as a dreamy ballad and builds into a heavier track with an epic guitar […]Read More Relive The Show: The Backseat Lovers with Over Under At Union Transfer