White Reaper kicks off their Spring Tour this week in Omaha, Nebraska after opening a run of shows with Motion City Soundtrack. They are also currently sitting atop the Alternative Radio chart with their number one smash, Might Be Right from their latest effort, “You Deserve Love” (Elektra Records). Easily my favourite record 2019, it is rifftastic, anthemic powerpop […]Read More White Reaper To Play Asbury Park on Spring Tour
Alt rock supergroup, Mini Mansions hit The Black Box at Underground Arts the other week for an evening of mesmerizing music with James Supercave opening things up. After wrapping a successful UK tour spanning the month of May, Mini Mansions kicked off their current tour of US and Canadian dates. Perhaps even more impressive; they’re […]Read More Guy Walks Into a Basement: Mini Mansions Slay Philly’s The Black Box 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
Donned in a bright orange patterned dress, finished with fringe-riddled arm’s length gloves, Toronto producer-vocalist Lydia Ainsworth took the Underground Arts stage last Saturday resembling something of a pop icon of a fever dream. Her tender, somber, melancholy-laden vocals reverberating through the little basement venue like the surreal, nocturnal pop of a Lynchian lounge singer. […]Read More Lydia Ainsworth at Underground Arts
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!!!
Electronic music ICON Nightmares on Wax is coming to play Underground Arts in Philly tonight!!! After five years, Nightmares on Wax released his gorgeous new album Shape The Future and will be touring the album with a full live band!! I can’t wait to hear these songs live and get my dance workout in tonight […]Read More Philly Show NOT to be missed: Nightmares on Wax TONIGHT at Underground Arts!!!!!
Everyone’s favorite UK psych-pop dream team Temples just released a new music video for their single “Strange Or Be Forgotten” from their highly anticipated second album, Volcano, which is due out March 3rd on Heavenly Recordings! Click here to pre-order your copy of the album. The ever-hardworking band announced a string of tour dates in the […]Read More #NewMusicFriday: Temples “Strange Or Be Forgotten” new music video + Philly show at Underground Arts!!!
Not just a great band name, Death By Unga Bunga are heading to Underground Arts TONIGHT to rock Philadelphia into next Thursday. The epic Norwegian rock band are currently on their US tour in support of their full-length release Pineapple Pizza and their EP Fight! both of which you should buy right now or later tonight at […]Read More Philly show NOT to be missed: Death By Unga Bunga at Underground Arts TONIGHT!!!!!
Mikky Ekko has been busy the past couple of years, and this year is no different. After writing 250 songs and narrowing it down to a cool 14, Mikky Ekko released his debut record Time. Each song on the record is raw, real, unapologetic and true only to the unique sound of Mikky Ekko. The […]Read More An interview with Mikky Ekko // Catch him tonight at Underground Arts!!!!
Could it be more perfect that Banks’ next single (and debut album) is called “Goddess”? As she clearly is one herself. Her new track is a dark, seductive R&B track warning you to treat your lady right. Produced by the genius Lil Silva, this title track makes me only anticipate her debut album, Goddess due […]Read More late night listen xx: Banks “Goddess”