From Colombia to Philly, Bomba Esteréo played to a full house at Brooklyn Bowl this Tuesday in support of their Grammy-nominated album, “Deja.” Their psychedelic blend of tropical sounds ranging from cumbia, house, reggaetón, indie rock, and beyond has entranced fans throughout Latin America and the world since 2005. Bomba’s recent collaboration with Bad Bunny, […]Read More Relive The Show: Bomba Estéreo at Brooklyn Bowl
Don’t miss Arlo Parks with Del Water Gap at Franklin Music Hall in Philly on September 6th! Tickets, music and more info on mylifeinsound.com now!Read More Philly Show Not To Be Missed: Arlo Parks with Del Water Gap at Franklin Music Hall Sept. 6
In support of her latest album, Face The Wall, Jordana is on the road with Local Natives, who brought their show to The Fillmore in Fishtown this Wednesday night. Jordana released her first album at just 18 years old, and has been making waves in the indie music scene ever since. Jordana‘s lyrics touch on […]Read More Relive The Show! Jordana Opens for Local Natives at The Fillmore
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
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
Magdalena Bay played to a full house this President’s Day in Fishtown, bringing the audience into their Mercurial World. Montreal’s Cecile Believe (formerly known as Mozart’s Sister) opened the show with her dark, dancey, electropop tunes. Her latest EP Plucking a Cherry from the Void was released in November 2020. Cecile Believe is also known […]Read More Relive the Show: Magdalena Bay with Cecile Believe at The Foundry!
Johnny Brenda’s was SOLD OUT on Friday for punk icons The Spits with Dark Thoughts and Night Birds! Kicking off the show was Dark Thoughts, based out of West Philly. Their latest album, Must Be Nice, was released in December 2019. Next on the bill was another local band from just over the bridge in […]Read More Relive The Show: The Spits SOLD OUT at Johnny Brenda’s!
Iconic Punk band, The Spits, are performing a sold-out show this Friday at Johnny Brenda’s with Night Birds! Hailing from Kalamazoo, Michigan, The Spits have been making music for nearly three decades (since 1993). This tour follows the release of their sixth album, titled VI, their first album in nine years released in October 2020. […]Read More Philly Show Not To Be Missed: The Spits at Johnny Brenda’s 2/18!