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
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
Judah Kim is one of our favorite alt-rock musicians from Philly- he’s a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer – and this year he is delivering new songs to us every 5-6 weeks, including this absolute jam “Backdoor”. The song is nostalgic, uplifting, and I can’t get enough of Judah Kim‘s signature vocals and guitars. Listen […]Read More Currently Spinning: Judah Kim ‘Backdoor’
This Valentine’s Day, one of our favorite bands, Foxy Shazam released their new album, The Heart Behead You and released a new music video for ‘Dancing with my Demons’ from the album, watch below! Foxy Shazam are currently on a short tour of the East Coast with the iconic Robert Finley, playing Le Poisson Rouge […]Read More Don’t Miss: Foxy Shazam Hidden Treasure Tour with Robert Finley
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!
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!
The club was going up on a Thursday with Yung Gravy and Dillon Francis at Franklin Music Hall last week! “When I say gravy, you say train!” “Gravy!” “Train!” Fans brought handmade signs and flags to express their adoration for Yung Gravy as they chanted this mantra. Yung Gravy‘s set was full of antics like […]Read More Relive the show: Dillon Francis and Yung Gravy at Franklin Music Hall!
Franklin Music Hall was the place to be on Friday as Wallice and Still Woozy rocked a sold out show! Wallice opened the show in support of her debut EP Off The Rails. Her set included fresh tunes from the EP along with her 2020 viral hits like “Punching Bag.” Wallice‘s set also featured an […]Read More Wallice and Still Woozy at Franklin Music Hall
We’re ready to dance next Thursday, February 10th with Dillon Francis and Yung Gravy at Franklin Music Hall on the Sugar, Spice, and Everything Ice Tour! Get tickets here! In the past decade since Dillon Francis exploded onto the EDM scene, he has collaborated with the likes of Diplo, DJ Snake, Skrillex, and more. In […]Read More Philly show not to be missed: Dillon Francis and Yung Gravy at Franklin Music Hall 2/10!
One of our absolute favorite bands to see live, The Wombats, are back in Philly this Saturday at The Fillmore touring in support of their new album, Fix Yourself, Not The World (get your copy here)!! After kicking off their North American tour with two dates in DC, The Wombats are heading to Philly this Saturday to […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: The Wombats at The Fillmore this Saturday!!!