Methyl Ethel played Philly and left us wanting more! Methyl Ethel put on an absolutely dazzling show at Boot & Saddle promoting the bands third album, Triage. Triage follows the bands 2017 album Everything Is Forgotten which, at the time, felt as though it received unrivaled reviews. Applauding the groups lyrics and stimulating […]Read More Methyl Ethel slays Boot & Saddle & we already want to see them again
Hand Habits storytelling set with lovely guitar work and new music encapsulated the packed Philadelphia crowd. “Thank you for being better than Pittsburgh,” leader singer Meg amusingly joked. “F**K Pittsburgh,” a fan shouted back! The fun and jest vibe continued throughout the whole night. Fans arrived early to catch the set actively listened to […]Read More Hand Habits Mesmerize Fans at Sold Out Union Transfer show with Whitney!!!
It’s been just over a year since I saw my first Soraia show; they were headlining that night. Another band I had been dying to see live was opening for them on a Thursday night about two hours away. EW. A WEEKNIGHT. I had to get up early for work the next day and had […]Read More Soraia Stays Evergreen at Milkboy Record Release!!
Shannen Moser’s Record Release in Philly was everything a girl could dream of. Philly folk queen Shannen Moser released a new album titled I’ll Sing and it has me ready for fall. The album also has me in tears. The sophomore album to Oh, My Heart, I’ll Sing was released in early September by Lame-O-Records. […]Read More Philly transcended at Shannen Moser’s Record Release show
Story by Nicole Cier and Photography by Jen Green Still riding the high of their August album release, Negro Swan, Blood Orange put on a hypnotic performance to a full crowd at the Fillmore on September 27 in Philadelphia. The set was complete with soulful vocals and lighting coordinated to each song, […]Read More Blood Orange Captivates Fans with an Immersive Show in Philly
Astronauts, Etc, the solo project of Anthony Ferraro, put us in a mood at our fave philly venue Johnny Brenda’s the other week. Astronauts, Etc. gave concert goers a stripped-down performance where the lights were almost non-existent with the exception of a red haze setting the tone for the evening. Perhaps it was the […]Read More On Tour: Astronauts, Etc. at Johnny Brenda’s recap!
After five years Nightmares on Wax gifted us with new music in a big way with his gorgeous new album Shape The Future. As it’s one of my absolute favorite albums released this year, I couldn’t wait to see him bring his live band to Philadelphia at Underground Arts. Anyone there could tell you, this […]Read More Nightmares On Wax Philly show recap // Live from Maida Vale Studios on BBCR1 tonight!!!
Gang of Youths are an Australia-based band of megababes (soon moving to London) that we just can’t get enough of right now. Our writer/photographer Sarah went to their World Cafe Live show last Friday for the first stop of the band’s American Tour. After the successful release of the band’s debut album The Positions Gang of Youths head out on […]Read More Show Recap: Gang Of Youths at World Cafe Live!
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
So you’re starting a rock band. You have your guitar, check. Bass, check. Drums, check. Microkorg, check. Wait, what? A bit unconventional maybe, but Memphis rockers Nots made it work as they delivered heavy garage punk textured by wavy synth patches to a PBR-drinking crowd at Everybody Hits on a beautiful Wednesday Fall night. Some of […]Read More Show Review: NOTS knocked it out of the park in Philly at Everybody Hits