Your new favorite band from Philly, Larlene have released their new single ‘Chamomile’ for download for free on Bandcamp! The single originally debuted on the Philly Loves You compilation. All proceeds from the Bandcamp sales go to support of one of the best independent venues in Philly, Ortlieb’s. You can listen to and download ‘Chamomile’ […]Read More Currently Spinning: Larlene ‘Chamomile’
Deap Vally have released a new music video for their single “Look Away” feat. jennylee off their new EP Digital Dream out now! You won’t want to “Look Away” from this visually stunning and dreamy music video directed by Tristan Scott Behrends which features jennylee and dancer/choreographer Kezie McClure. Check it out now: Deap Vally […]Read More Deap Vally release new music video for “Look Away” feat. jennylee!!!!
Philly Loves You: Original Love Songs from Philly’s Sweethearts is the hottest gift you can give this Valentine’s Day. Featuring a collection of love songs from Philly artists including Ang Bocca, Anthony Green, Honey Tiger, Levee Drivers, and many more, all proceeds from the sale of this album go to one of my favorite Philly […]Read More Philly Loves You, Ortlieb’s! Must-have new album from Philly artists you love out now!!
Philly Riffmeister Dr. Ohms returns on this new music Friday with his sophomore single release, “Am I Damned?” and mylifeinsound has the lyric video premiering Monday!! “Am I Damned?” details running from daily challenges and personal demons by instead running at them, head-on. BADASS!! From the song’s Alice In Chains-sounding chorus to it’s ominously riff-heavy […]Read More EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE!!! Dr. Ohms – Am I Damned?
Our buddies The Unlikely Candidates are once again on the road (SERIOUSLY!! These guys hustle SO hard and are ALWAYS touring!!). The aptly titled Novovaine Tour kicked off in their native Texas and is canvasing the entire continental US (as well as Hawaii and a few stops in Canada), ending back in Texas in late May before the […]Read More Novocaine Coming to a City Near YOU!!!
UK-based producer, singer-songwriter Andy Gannon’s latest project is alt-pop band Bad Love and their debut single, “More Than Friends“ is here just in time for Valentine’s Day 2020; fitting for lovelorn losers and all the lovers. Bad Love goes through all the motions in this banger of a debut; a lonely lover pining for their ex after a breakup, […]Read More No Valentine? Be More Than Friends with Bad Love
We are so excited to premiere the first episode of Eraserhood Sessions, a new series by Philly-based studio Eraserhood Sound. These live performances are cut to tape and filmed at Eraserhood Sound! This is the first episode of Eraserhood Sessions which will showcase and celebrate Philly artists with more episodes due this Spring! The first episode […]Read More PREMIERE: Watch the first episode of Philly’s Eraserhood Sessions now celebrating Philly artists!!!
Radiohead have done something I’ve been asking for in my dreams for years. They’ve decided to go ahead and upload everything they’ve ever done (“more or less”) to their website, with new uploads each day this week curated by different members of the band. This will include artwork, videos, websites, merchandise, assorted limited time content, […]Read More Radiohead Public Library now open!!
The Foundry has quite the bill tonight. Jay Som headlines promoting her third full length album Anak Ko released on Polyvinyl. Jay Som, is known for her dreamy pop songs and cultivating her own unique space in the ever evolving indie-rock world. The nine track album is filled with instrumental collaborations including Boy Scouts’ Taylor […]Read More Philly show not to be missed: Jay Som and Boy Scouts both have new music and play at The Foundry tonight!
In all honesty, I’m a Vans girl. Always have been. I visited my local store so much as a teen that they asked me if I wanted to work there. I did… and spent all my money there too, but I digress. I’ve already known and loved Vans and their support of music and local […]Read More House of Vans took over Philly this past weekend and we wish they wouldn’t leave