Brooklyn indie band Wet played Underground Arts last Friday in support of their latest album titled Letter Blue. Joining them was Hannah Jadagu, an emerging singer-songwriter making a splash on the scene at just 18 years old. Jadagu’s music is indie pop/rock at its finest, with songs driven by catchy melodies and straightforward guitar and […]Read More Relive the Show: WET and Hannah Jadagu at Underground Arts
Heavy riffs and psychedelic jams shook the Underground Arts as Australian rock act, Wolfmother kicked off their brief run of US dates the other month. Philadelphia was the first of only four east coast stops before the group embarked on a Euro-tour of mostly festival slots running through mid-July, ending back in their native […]Read More Wolfmother Victorious in Philadelphia
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!!!