Sweet Spirit you are rock and roll. XPN Festival alum, Sweet Spirit graced Philadelphia with their presence again at World Café Live this past Thursday. If you happened to catch the band at XPN Fest in July, you already know this group can put on a show. Packed with energy that is infectious and accompanied by the […]Read More Sweet Spirit You Are Rock And Roll
Get out your planners Philly, because the only thing scary about the music scene in Philly this October is how many epic shows you need to fit into your schedule… and that is our favorite kind of horror show. Only if you have the 100000 concert tickets I need this month to not have FOMO. […]Read More Your October Philly Concert Calendar ft. Girlpool, Deerhoof, Nap Eyes, Sweet Spirit, Japanese Breakfast, Cults and Kesha!!!
Meghan Bucci is our featured writer of the week and she has been busy covering some of our favorite artists stopping through Philadelphia including Jay Som, Soccer Mommy and Stef Chura at First Unitarian Church! I’ve been looking forward to this concert for some time. Jay Som (a.k.a. Melina Duterte) headlined at the First Unitarian Church […]Read More Let’s Review: Jay Som, Soccer Mommy and Stef Chura slay First Unitarian Church in Philly!
Our writer and photographer Sarah went to see Laura Marling and may or may not have cried. Okay, spoiler alert she did cry, and that’s because Laura Marling is a goddess and one of the best songwriters and performers of our time. Touring in support of her breathtaking new album Semper Femina, Marling stopped in […]Read More Laura Marling stuns fans at The TLA// Tour Heading to Australia
One of our favorite duos Diet Cig are in town celebrating the release of their debut album Swear I’m Good At This tomorrow, April 7th! The powerful pop-punk instrumentals mixed with the heart-wrenching story-telling lyrics this band pours into every song will have your heart beating, blood-pumping and body moving. Be ready to get your dance […]Read More Philly Show Not To Be Missed: SOLD-OUT Diet Cig show at Boot & Saddle TONIGHT!!!!
Norwegian Band Death By Unga Bunga came to Philly to play Underground Arts on a Thursday night and truly rocked us into next year. It was love at first listen when I first heard Death By Unga Bunga, so I expected the show to be good… but this was next level. The band blasted through […]Read More Your New Favorite Band: Death By Unga Bunga
South East London’s Jamie Isaac is taking bedroom music to a whole new level worthy of changing ‘Netflix and Chill’ to ‘[Listening to] Jamie Isaac and Chill’. His lush new sound of hauntingly mesmerizing and romantic electronic ballads, tinged with jazz and hip hop throughout makes this brilliant debut, Couch Baby, one of our absolute favorites. Jamie Isaac will be doing his first tour of the […]Read More Philly Show NOT to be missed: Jamie Isaac at Boot & Saddle TOMORROW NIGHT!!!!
Philly favorite Vincent John will be playing double duty tonight at Union Transfer and you do not want to miss this show! First, Vincent John will be opening the show as a solo artist and then playing guitar for the legendary soul artist Lee Fields & The Expressions. Vincent John is a multifaceted artist, songwriter and producer […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: Vincent John + Lee Fields & The Expressions at Union Transfer TONIGHT!!!!
I am obsessed with this new slow jam from Parisian multi-instrumentalist FKJ, “Skyline”. The track is from his upcoming album aptly named French Kiwi Juice due out March 3rd on Roche Musique. You can stream/buy the track now here, and pre-order your copy of the new album here! FKJ will be heading out on a US tour beginning […]Read More late night listen: FKJ “Skyline”
Oooh girl! The singer-songwriter and looping artist, Tash Sultana, just made the most baby-making cover of MGMT’s classic “Electric Feel” for Triple J’s Like A Version. The mind-blowing cover is clearly just a snippet of what her live show is like. Thankfully, she is heading out on a US tour next week so we can see for ourselves! Tash […]Read More OOOH GIRL!!! Tash Sultana gives us all an “Electric Feel”