Fifty years ago today, on July 12th 1969, Led Zeppelin headlined the Summer Pop Festival at The Spectrum in Philadelphia. To celebrate, The Mann is hosting Classic Albums Live tonight, performing both Led Zeppelin I and Led Zeppelin II in full!!! The show starts at 8PM and you can still get tickets now here. A review of this […]Read More Get the Led out tonight at The Mann! Classic Albums Live performing Led Zeppelin I and II TONIGHT!!!
On August 10th, Seattle-based band of babes Thunderpussy head to Philly to play Milkboy with support from our girls Full Bush as well as Hollis Brown!!! You don’t want to miss this epic upcoming show. We can’t get enough of Thunderpussy’s self-titled debut album out now via Stardog/Republic Records. One of my favorite jams from […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: Thunderpussy at Milkboy 8/10!!!!
Kicking off the month of June on the Philly concert scene, glam rockers Starcrawler open for hardcore punkers The Distillers at Union Transfer. Philadelphia last saw the young quartet headline a show at Johnny Brenda’s in February last year. The band has kept busy with a good amount of activity since then, dropping a one-off single (with […]Read More Starcrawler Set to Rock Union Transfer
Our boy Pablo went out on the road with Idles during their sold-out US tour with Fontaines D.C., and got some seriously great shots of both bands, check out some of our favorites below! Both bands will be continuing their sold-out US tour in D.C. tonight at Rock & Roll Hotel, before heading to Cleveland, Kansas City, Dallas, […]Read More IDLES AN AMERICAN TOUR PHOTO DIARY: ROCK AND ROLL HOTEL NIGHT 2
SASAMI, rock goddess, came through Philadelphia to play an intimate show at PhilaMOCA. An artist to put on your “if i’m not listening to them I should be” list, SASAMI is wrapping up her first headlining tour promoting her self-titled debut album. SASAMI’s album release also happened to coincide with the start of our beloved […]Read More SASAMI on our Minds: Philly can’t stop thinking about SASAMI!!!
Donned in a bright orange patterned dress, finished with fringe-riddled arm’s length gloves, Toronto producer-vocalist Lydia Ainsworth took the Underground Arts stage last Saturday resembling something of a pop icon of a fever dream. Her tender, somber, melancholy-laden vocals reverberating through the little basement venue like the surreal, nocturnal pop of a Lynchian lounge singer. […]Read More Lydia Ainsworth at Underground Arts